Kitchen Manager - Entertainment - HIRING THIS WEEKEND

This unique business group that is a pioneer of in-theater dining. This is a great career opportunity and with a company that believes in promoting senior positions from within.

The Kitchen Manager must have strong culinary knowledge as well as technical and customer service skills. The Kitchen Manager is responsible for budget management, controlling food and labor costs to meet budget, managing and maintaining restaurant and banquet menus and maintaining safety and sanitation standards.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND Responsibilities:
Primary duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following.

Adheres to and embraces company Food & Beverage mandated menu and purchasing programs.

Maintains budgeted revenue, cost of sales, labor, supplies and operating cash flow relating to food operations. Reviews monthly profit and loss statements and acts on all variances.

When applicable:
Plans, supervises and executes all banquet functions in conjunction with the operations and sales staff including supervision of the preparation and service of food and refreshments, as well as clean-up.

Estimates food consumption and makes purchases as appropriate from the company-specified food program.

Recruits, hires and retains best in class work force with the assistance of the management team. Addresses and resolves disciplinary issues as appropriate.

Foster a team work environment and build a team in Food & Beverage.

Supervises cooks and oversees the preparation, portioning, garnishing and storage of food.

Maintains kitchen and storage facilities in sanitary condition.

Facilitates and manages all kitchen equipment maintenance as well as local Department of Health (DOH) regulations by implementing and conducting Sanitation Audits and Cleaning Schedules. Reports critical issues to General Manager.

Develops monthly action items to address any issues (including spoilage, margin, quality of product, etc).

Proactively ensures that a clean, safe environment is maintained at all times.

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