At Sodexo we believe that Quality of Daily Life contributes to the progress of individuals and the performance of organizations. Sodexo designs, manages and delivers comprehensive service solutions through On-site Service Solutions and Motivation Solutions to create an outstanding experience for the people we serve. We have an exceptional career opportunity for a Food Operations Manager 1to join our team at North Canyon Medical Center in Gooding, Idaho.
Reporting to our General Manager, you will lead the food service team members in managing our retail café operations and patient dining program in this 25 bed critical access hospital. As our Food Operations Manager you will be responsible for maintaining high customer satisfaction and driving retail food sales. Responsibilities include:
- Oversight of the retail café and patient dining program
- Cash management and accurate reporting of retail sales activity
- Managing the daily food production including production planning and controls
- Ensuring Sodexo Culinary Standards including recipe compliance and food quality
- Consistently focus on achieving high patient satisfaction scores
- Labor and food cost controls and compliance
- Inventory management
Qualifications for the Food Operations Manager include current/prior FOH and BOH management experience in a healthcare environment, food production planning management and food cost management experience, computer literacy, full HACCP knowledge and ServSafe certification. Sound like the opportunity you've been waiting for. Apply today! We look forward to hearing from you. Connect with this recruiter on LinkedIn or Twitter. Please visit the Sodexo Network with Us page and consider signing up for our Career Connections eNewsletter.
Assumes General Manager's (GM) responsibilities and authority in his/her absence in complex multi-functional accounts. Maintains cash control and payroll records. Responsible for financial/Human Resources (HR) functions. Maintains customer satisfaction and good public relations. Manages through managers.