Food Service Supervisor- South Mountain

Commonwealth of PA Bureau of State Employment - South Mountain, PA2.3

30+ days agoFull-time
THE POSITION
This is your opportunity to utilize your skill and experience in the food service industry while having a positive impact on the lives of residents at South Mountain Restoration Center. If you have knowledge of and experience in the modern methods, materials, practices and procedures used in food preparation, production, and service, inventory control, storing, and sanitation operations, this may be the job for you! This is supervisory food service work over either food production, food production/service, or multiple food service functions.

Located in the beautiful mountains near Michaux State Forest, South Mountain Restoration Center, is a Long Term Care Skilled Nursing Home Facility operated by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

This is an entry level position.

IMPORTANT: YOU MUST APPLY TO THIS VACANCY POSTING, MEET ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS, COMPLETE THE SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONS AND RECEIVE A SCORE. YOUR SCORE IS ONLY VALID FOR THIS SPECIFIC VACANCY. ONCE THIS POSITION IS FILLED, YOUR SCORE IS NO LONGER VALID.

Full-time employment
This vacancy is a swing shift between 11:00 am - 7:00pm and 6:30 am - 2:30 pm with rotating days off.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK
Working time percentages are approximate and can change from day to day based on operational needs.

75% of working time is spent on these tasks:
  • Under the direction of the Food Service Manager, the employee in this class is responsible for the work performed in food preparation, service, production, inventory control and sanitation employees may supervise different combinations of functions such as a centralized food production area, or a production and service area, or multiple decentralized food serving areas on an assigned shift. Work involves the supervision and training of food service workers, cooks, involved in preparation, production, food serving, food storage, sanitation, and safety. Work includes assigning, inspecting, and evaluating work; requisitioning, receiving and inspecting food supplies and equipment; and preparing and maintaining records and reports. Employees work from menus, work schedules and inventory and census records. General supervision is received from a higher level food service manager or administrator. Work is performed with a high degree of independence and is reviewed for the overall effectiveness.
  • Supervises, coordinates, inspects, and evaluates food service work performed in either a centralized food preparation and production service, inventory control and sanitation. Supervises food service personnel, such as Cooks and Food Service Workers in the performance of routine food production and service.
10% of working time is spent on these tasks:
  • Reviews daily/weekly staffing needs for the food production and/or food service operation, determines work priorities, reviews schedules and leave time, and reviews work performance of subordinate staff. Prepares and maintains personnel records such as time schedules, attendance, and performance evaluations. Consults the daily menu, census, special function, and attendance records in order to schedule work and allocate staff appropriately to meet time requirements.
  • Provides Departmental in-service and on-the-job training to subordinates in the performance of routine food production and service tasks in methods and procedures in the proper care and use of associated utensils and equipment.
10% of working time is spent on these tasks:
  • Maintains adequate inventory levels by requisitioning food, supplies and equipment and prepares work orders for maintenance and repairs. Ensures that food is prepared and served according to recipe, in required quantities, on schedule for distribution, in an attractive manner, and at proper temperatures. Supervises the receipt, inspection, storage, inventory control, and disbursement of food and supplies.
5% of working time is spent on these tasks:
  • Monitors working conditions, administers collective bargaining agreements, evaluates and reconciles employees' complaints, counsels employees when necessary and makes recommendations on formal grievances. Attends supervisory staff meetings to discuss work and personnel problems.
REQUIRED EXPERIENCE, TRAINING & ELIGIBILITY

Qualifications:
Must meet PA residency requirement
Minimum Experience and Training Requirements: Two years as a Food Service Worker and/or production experience, and an Associate degree with
major course work in food production and food service; OR three years of paid experience in food production and/or service and successful completion of a Certified Dietary Manager course; OR any equivalent combination of experience and training which consists of experience in an institutional setting preparing
specialized therapeutic diets, or course work in food production, food service or a related field.
Must be able to perform essential job functions
  • Based upon the nature of the duties in the position description, the individual selected for this position may be required to annually disclose specific personal and business financial information in accordance with Management Directive 205.10 regarding Financial Disclosures Required by the Public Official and Employee Ethics Act.
Veterans: Pennsylvania law (51 Pa. C.S. §7103) provides employment preference for qualified veterans for appointment to many state and local government jobs. To learn more about employment preferences for veterans, visit the Commission's website, Job Seekers page, for Veterans; visit one of our offices; or contact us at ra-cs-vetpreference@pa.gov.
EXAMINATION INFORMATION
Score valid for this specific posting only
Score based on information reported on application and supplemental questions

Provide complete and accurate information or:
score may be lower than deserved
application processing may be delayed
disqualification may result
May only test once under this announcement
Email notice of test results provided
Equal Opportunity Employer/Program - Auxiliary Aids and Services are available upon request.

Further information on testing, assistance for persons with disabilities, veterans' preference, and other items can be obtained from:

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