The Assistant Dining Manager assists in the management of a university dining unit. The unit may have multiple styles of service including; traditional cafeteria, grab and go service, retail, or c-store. The operation serves approximately 2,500 students, staff and guests each day; supervises as many as 10-15 full-time regular employees and up to 300 part-time student employees; supervises the production and service of food to students, staff, guests, and special groups and in addition manages the procurement and inventory of food and related goods; supervises service and customer relations; responsible for meals being served in accordance with prescribed standards; responsible for overall performance management and supervision of employees; supervises the quality and quantity of food items produced; orders food and paper goods; takes inventories; supervises inspection of incoming food and supplies; orients, trains and coaches all employees in all aspects of facility operations; supervises all staff according to prescribed customer service standards ensuring prompt, effective and courteous customer service for all guests; manages the student managers and the student personnel program; works weekends, various hours, special events, and holidays as business need dictates. This is a Seasonal status position and will work during the academic year, with time off in the summer. The 2019-2020 seasonal period will end May 1, 2020. Will be eligible for benefits during the academic year, while in active employee status.
Bachelor's degree in restaurant management or an equivalent combination of education and experience; 3 to 5 years of experience in food service management and food production; 1 to 3 years of direct supervisory experience; knowledge of ServSafe Sanitation or similar food handler program certification; ability to regularly lift and/or move up to 20 pounds and frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds; excellent customer service skills, 3-5 years direct customer service experience.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills; experience working with HACCP principles; experience managing Classified Civil Service, bargaining union member employees, and student staff; knowledge of computerized ordering systems; ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of the organization.
Target Salary: $16.35 - $18.27 Hourly
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
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