Hanover Hill Health Care Center is interviewing for an Evening Kitchen Supervisor/Assistant Director of Dining Services to manage the operation of the Dining Services Department and its programs and activities in our upscale, 124-bed long-term care facility.
This department is responsible for providing the highest quality dining experience to meet the dietary needs of our residents located on a beautiful campus in Manchester, New Hampshire.
|Full time, salaried, from $50,000 per year.
|11 a.m. - 8 p.m. Tuesday – Friday and every other Saturday/Sunday
|Culinary Arts degree or be a Certified Dietary Manager or Certified Food Service Manager. Must have at least one year experience in a supervisory capacity in a restaurant or nursing facility.
|Health, Dental, Vision Insurances, Paid Time Off, 401(k) and 401(k) matching
Must be a minimum of twenty-three (23) years of age. Must be knowledgeable of dietary practices and procedures; possess leadership ability and willingness to work harmoniously with and supervise professional and non-professional staff; have patience, tact, cheerful disposition, and enthusiasm, as well as be willing to handle residents based on whatever maturity level, they are currently functioning; be able to relate to and work well with ill, disabled, elderly, emotionally upset, and at times hostile people within the facility. May be required to lift, push, pull, and move equipment, supplies, etc., in excess of fifty (50) pounds throughout the work day.
Assist to plan, organize, develop, implement, and interpret the programs, goals objectives, policies, procedures of the Dining Services Department. Assume administrative authority, responsibility, and accountability of directing the Dining Services Department in the absence of the Dining Service Director. Coordinate Dining Services and activities with other related departments (ie. Nursing, Housekeeping, Social Services, etc.) Performs administrative duties such as completing necessary forms, repots, evaluation studies, etc. to assure control of equipment and supplies. Maintain the care and use of supplies, equipment, etc., and maintain the appearance of Dining Service areas. Perform regular inspections of Dining Services areas for sanitation, order, safety, and proper performance of assigned duties. Inspect food storage rooms, utility/janitorial closets, etc. for upkeep and supply control. Interview residents, or family members as necessary to obtain diet history. Participate in maintaining records of the residents’ food likes and dislikes. Assist in developing methods for determining quality and quantity of food served. Visit residents periodically to evaluate the excellence of meals served, likes and dislikes, etc. Involve the resident/family in planning objectives and goals for the resident. Review the dietary requirements of each resident admitted to the facility, as may be required, and assist the nurse as requested in planning for the resident’s prescribed diet plan. Assist the Director in planning menus and work schedules, as required. Assist Dining Services Director in determining Departmental staffing requirements necessary. Counsel/discipline Dietary personnel as requested or as necessary and as approved by the Dining Services Director.
"To me, Hanover Hill is more than a company. It's a family that cares about you, supports you and help you achieve your full potential.."
- - Aileen Fabilla, Assistant Director or Nursing