Kitchen manager

Company Name:
Whiskey Island Marina
Description: Kitchen Manager Requirements/Qualifications: The Kitchen Manager is responsible for ensuring excellence in food quality and timely delivery of orders in a fast paced high volume environment. Must be willing to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends to support the daily operation of Our Seasonal Business. Must be able to pass a Background Check as well as Drug Test. Be responsible for excellent customer service. Main Responsibilities: Qualified candidates must have a minimum of 3-5 years kitchen management experience in a high volume/high energy environment.- Hands on and lead by example management style.- Must have a strong attention to detail as well as excellent leadership skills.- Ensures that product quality, freshness and presentation always meet company standards and uphold outstanding timely service.- Monitor and improve food and labor cost systems.- Place food and supply orders- Complete line-checks to ensure all stations are stocked with necessary equipment.- Ensure that high standards of sanitation, cleanliness and safety are maintained throughout the kitchen area.- Maintain a clean and organized back of the house operation.- Maintain the correct par level of dry goods for the bar.- Manage scheduling for back of house staff.- Motivate, supervise and
kitchen staff members.- Ensure superior quality of recipes and portions control.- Analyze P and L statements.- Professional presentation and demeanor.- Strives to make a positive environment and provide outstanding dining experience. The ability to think quick on your feet and multi-task is a must- Estimates food consumption and makes purchases as appropriate.- Supervises cooks and oversees the preparation, portioning, garnishing and storage of food.- Assists in cooking and preparing food as necessary.- Schedules staff efficiently to accommodate varying business volumes. Please do not apply if you do not have Restaurant Management experience MYK62683JR

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