Food Service Director - Gulf Academy - Hastings, FL

Plan, direct and coordinate the activities associated with running a single site, stand-alone food service operation in a facility with only one kitchen
Supervise, train, and instruct team members in general food service practices
Coordinate the work flow and assign work to team members who in-turn instruct and train inmate trustees on work techniques and procedures in safe, sanitary, and efficient operations of food preparation and service
Directs team members to ensure job-related rules, policies, procedures, and security guidelines are enforced
Maintain product service quality standards by conducting ongoing evaluations and investigating complaints
Monitors kitchen for cleanliness, sanitation, safety and order
Maintain contract compliance and cost control
Ability to lead a team in a high volume food production environment
Ability to motivate and supervise team members to attain quality and quantity of food production in a correctional work environment
Contract-management service experience is preferred
Strong training skills, cost controls experience and the ability to effectively lead a kitchen management team is strongly desired
Strong oral and written communication skills
Ability to exercise good judgment and tact
Proficiency in all Microsoft Office applications is required
Ability to understand profit and loss statements is preferred
Must qualify for and maintain correctional facility security clearance
Bachelor's Degree preferred; High School diploma/GED plus equivalent experience required
ServSafe Certified
At least five (5) years' of food service experience, preferably in a correctional setting
Must have experience with purchasing, inventory, ordering, receiving and cost control
Proficiency in all Microsoft Office applications is required
About Us:
Trinity Services Group is one of the leading providers of correctional food service in the nation. With our more than 40 years in the industry, our combined operations serve over 300,000 inmates daily in over 40 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S.Virgin Islands.

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