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The Food Service Supervisor is responsible for the supervision of inmate labor as well as team members assisting with the food service operation in a correctional facility. This position will also accurately and efficiently prepare and serve a variety of food items in accordance with assigned work instructions and menus as well as utilize a variety of food preparation utensils and machines in preparing food.
Our ideal Food Service Supervisor excels at the following:
Passionate about food and service
Has a solid understanding of food handling regulations
Desire to always learn more
Ability to work as a team member, as well as independently
Ability to multi-task and adapt to changes quickly
Dependable and flexible
Essential Functions/Core Responsibilities
Supervise inmate labor and/or team members in the kitchen during food prep and food service shifts in the kitchen.
Prepare, assist, or instructs inmate labor and/or team members in the preparation of quality foods according to the planned menu, recipes, and work instructions in a timely manner.
Ensure that all food is stored properly and in sanitary manner.
Serve food during planned meal schedules and according to department policies and procedures.
Utilize kitchen utensils/equipment to cook, prepare and serve food according to recipes. Use proper utensils to serve menued portions and as appropriate to meet clients’ nutritional needs.
Follow all food safety regulations pertaining to sanitation, food handling and storage.
Train other food service workers.
Maintain a clean work area/environment that includes cleaning of refrigerators and/or freezers, cooking equipment and serving equipment.
Follow facility uniform policy.
Keep up with garbage collection and keep kitchen floors clean from excess food/trash.
Ensure kitchen is kept clean and that the environment is ready for food prep/serving including sweeping, mopping and dishwashing.
Proper portions and utensils are being reviewed for service.
Promote a healthy and safe work environment for other employees/inmates.
This role includes physical demands such as lifting, bending, pushing, kneeling, walking, and standing for extended periods of time.
Be able to stand and be on your feet for much of the scheduled shift.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
o High School Diploma or Equivalent, and you must be at least 18 years of age.
o Ability to pass pre-employment (post offer) Company or Facility background check and drug screening and any other screenings required by the Facility.
o Prior institutional food service or restaurant experience is preferred.
Trinity Services Group (TSG) offers comprehensive benefits to all regular-full-time employees:
Medical and Prescription coverage
Short Term and Long-Term Disability
Benefit Credit program provides money to help offset the cost of the benefits you select, $750 for employees with less than 1 year of service and $1,000 with 1 or more years of service
More benefits can be selected to create the right package for you
TSG also understands the importance of work life balance and planning for the future. To help with both, employees are eligible for:
Paid Time Off
Company Match for the 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan