• Full Time
  • Windsor

Rykka Care Centres LP

Food Service Supervisor Reporting To: The Executive Director Position Overview Manage and supervise food preparation and service operations by directing and coordinating the activities of workers operating kitchen equipment and preparing, portioning, and serving food. In all, will perform a combination of the position summaries above. QualificationsActive member of the Canadian Society of Nutrition & Management (CSNM)Comprehensive knowledge of long-term care concepts and philosophiesExcellent interpersonal and communication skillsPrevious managerial experience in a long-term care setting an assetPolicy and program developmentGood judgment & decision making, solving problems & resolving conflicts skillsPreferably minimum of 2 years’ experienceKnowledgeable of the Ministry of Health and Public Health’s rules, regulations, policies, and procedures.Knowledgeable about Hazard Analysis Critical Control Procedures ( HACCP) Essential Duties Food Service Supervisors work under the direction of Food and Nutrition Managers:direct and co-ordinate the activities of workers operating kitchen equipment and preparing, portioning, and serving foodforecast menu requirements based on a master menu and prepare production sheets or orders for food preparation workersestimate requirements and order food, equipment, and suppliessupervise and direct the assembly of special diet and regular trays, and the delivery of food cartsensure that food safety regulations are followedmaintain food and equipment inventoriesdevelop equipment maintenance schedules, arrange for repairs as needed and evaluate new productssupervise cafeteria services and catered eventsconduct audits regarding patient or client satisfaction, food wastage, sanitation, and safetyset up work schedules and train food service workers.maintains records of income and expenditures, food, supplies personnel, and equipment.Other duties as assigned and or as indicated in the Job Task Inventory supervisors also assist in:the development of departmental objectives, budgets, policies, procedures, and strategiesthe selection and supervision of food service staff.In continuing care centres and long term care facilities, food service supervisors may visit incoming residents to determine their nutritional needs and preferences. Work Environment We are committed to maintaining a safe and healthy work environment, in accordance with industry standards and in compliance with legislative requirements, which includes taking steps to prevent/minimize occupational injury and illness. We are also committed to meeting the accessibility standards set out in the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, including making accessibility an integral part of recruiting, hiring, and supporting employees with disabilities. Physical Demands A physical demands analysis is required by an employer to determine whether an employee has the medical ability, critical strength, and mobility to safely work in a specific job. It provides the information to compare the abilities of an employee with what is required to safely perform the tasks of the position. Please refer to the Health and Safety Manual for position-specific physical demands analysis. Shifts are 10am-6pm and include every other saturday, and some flexibility needed for occasional other shifts ex: 8am-4pm or 12pm-8pm (to support the dietary team). Must have a clear vulnerable sector screen, no older than 6 months, TB test results less than 6 months old, must be able to provide three supervisory references. Berkshire Care Centre recognizes the importance of immunization to protect our residents, staff and others from COVID-19. As such, subject to any accommodation required by applicable human rights legislation, it will be a condition of employment that all new hires are fully vaccinated having received both doses of a COVID-19 vaccine approved by Health Canada, 14 days before start date.

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