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kitchen supervisor

  • Assure that areas are up to current health and safety standards.
  • Maintain high food and team member safety protocol.
  • Place orders for food, equipment, and materials. 
  • Train new hires based on supplemental materials 
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kitchen supervisor

  • Monitor sanitation practices to ensure that employees follow standards and regulations.
  • Supervise or coordinate activities of cooks or workers engaged in food preparation.
  • Determine how food should be presented and create decorative food displays.
  • Record production or operational data on specified forms.
  • Plan, direct, or supervise the food preparation or cooking activities of multiple venues.
  • Determine production schedules and staff requirements necessary to ensure timely delivery of services.
  • Assist in hiring, job dialogs, and counselings set by team leader
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kitchen supervisor

  • Holding huddles to inform team on up coming promos, sales, customer comments and concerns
  • Daily ever-clean check list to ensure team is practicing food safety
  • Demonstrate new cooking techniques or equipment to staff. 
  • Composed daily production list to ensure venues are well stocked
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kitchen supervisor

  • Have knowledge in planning  menus and may set prices.
  • Knows how to supervising cooks and kitchen helpers, and making sure all employees adhere to health and safety standards.
  • Knows on how to purchase food and kitchen supplies, and may file requisitions with the purchasing department for large equipment.
  • Knows how to resolve any customer complaints about food quality or service.
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kitchen supervisor

  • Managing the kitchen porters
  • Making sure the kitchen is a safe and hygienic place to work
  • Organizing the inventory, storage, and distribution of foodstuffs and supplies
  • Helping to plan menus, apportion ingredients and use food surpluses
  • Control portion costs by working out the number of portions per food batch