Food Service Manager

The Salvation Army of the Syracuse Area Brooklyn, NY

About the Job

Responsibilities + Involvement in the total camp program with willingness to help in all areas as needed, including dining room, outdoor/indoor activities, children with problems, daily assembly, etc. + Promote observance of moral emphasis of the program affecting campers and staff. + Responsible to complete Orientation Sessions and attend all parent meetings. + Attend and contribute to Program Leadership & General Staff Meetings. + Responsible for sharing with the Camp Directors and/or Corps Officers, all matters of mutual concern relating to the total welfare of the Camp Program. + Supervision of all Summer Camp Food Service Staff. + Ensure that all foods are at the required temperatures, in accordance with NYC DOMH Regulations. + Ensure that all Food Safety Practices are in place, at all times. + Ensure that all meals begin at there designated times and contact the Program Directors immediately, if a problem arises that will delay the meal. + Train staff and campers in management of food service, as it pertains to them. + Responsible to assist in all aspects of food service that pertain to Brownsville Creative Arts Campers. + Supervise set up and clean up of dining area. + Inspect dining area and supervise during meals. Address any roughhousing, inappropriate behavior or behavior that is unacceptable, with the staff members present. + Be mindful of the daily attendance numbers for each group and inform the cooks so adequate food is prepared. + Keep and verify accurate meal counts, in accordance withthe USDA Summer Food Service Programregulations. + Responsible for keeping daily inventories of stock, including milk, dry food and non-food supplies. + Make sure the dining hall is clean and ready for each meal. + Assign Food Service Staff to specific jobs and/or areas. + Be committed to the development of campers spiritually, physically, educationally, emotionally and socially. + Have a willingness to work with all staff members regardless of their positions. + Voice criticisms to the Program Director first and respond positively to the direction of the Director. + Be in accord with the camp aims and policies, being loyal to camp at all times. + Assist where needed for the benefit of the campers and the smooth operation of camp. + Accurately complete and securely store all necessary reports for State and/or Federal Government inspection. + Complete a Camp Debrief at the end of the season to include areas of concern for following camp season. Qualifications + Associates Degree in Business Administration preferred, but not required + Minimum of one year Food Service managerial experience preferred + Experience in a camp setting or an institutional food service setting + Ability to supervise campers and staff + Ability to work well with others + Availability for the entire duration of the Summer Camp Season Job ID2017-3272 CategoryFood Services CompensationSalary $13.00/HR TypeRegular Full-Time