Stanford Hotels Corporation is a mid-size, owner-operated company that specializes in the development and management of high quality, full service hotels using a variety of franchise brands. The corporate office is located in San Francisco; however, Stanford Hotels has 13 properties throughout the U.S. comprising three top global brands including Marriott, Starwood and Hilton.
Our goal is to be the "Best of the Brand." Since 1985, Stanford Hotels Corporation believes that high-quality properties, exceptional customer satisfaction, and engaged employees set Stanford Hotels apart from the rest.
Know all menu items and enforce the proper preparation and presentation on all items daily.
Know all procedures and menus for all meal periods, breakfast, lunch and dinner. Know all breakfast buffet procedures and occasionally work with the banquet cook
Place the proper orders for supplies as directed by the Sous Chef. Maintain the proper pars of all items.
Maintain all food safety procedures as required by Fairfax County and by Hilton standards.
Keep proper usage, cooling and reheating records.
Take ownership of the cleanliness of the kitchen and the condition of the walk-ins.
Must take the Servsafe course and pass the test to be certified.
Assist the Chef in the control of food and labor costs. Control the amount of prep done.
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