Community: The Avenues of Fort Bend
Address: 3505 FM 1092 Rd, Missouri City, TX 77459

 

Add some Passion to your career.

There’s a reason you chose serving others as your life’s work. At Civitas Senior Living, we are proud to empower passionate people to provide exemplary service. If you excel at leading, working tirelessly to improve the lives of others, then you’ll want to join our team as a Chef Manager!

Chef Manager Job Profile

  • Responsible for supervising and directing the work of all food and beverage employees.
  • Ensure equipment is maintained and work areas are clean, safe and orderly.
  • Strictly adhere to policies and procedures
  • Maintain food costs within budgetary constraints. Maintain strict inventory control.
  • Interview, make hiring recommendations and orient new staff.
  • Schedule and reschedule staff using independent judgment and exercising discretion when creating the schedule.
  • Responsible for tracking attendance and effectively carrying out disciplinary action where appropriate.
  • Communicate and enforce policies and procedures.
  • Plan Community and individual resident menus as ordered by the primary care provider.
  • Plan meals for special events as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.


Chef Manager Job Requirements

  • Relevant work experience (2+ years)
  • At least one-year supervisory experience, 2+ preferred.
  • Knowledge of DHSR Dietary regulations.
  • Complete state required Food Service Orientation Manual.
  • Must have compassion for and desire to work with the elderly.

The health and wellness of our residents and employees is a top priority for us. A COVID-19 vaccination is required for this position, in accordance with applicable state and federal guidelines.

Benefits of working at a Civitas Senior Living community:

  • Full Health, Dental, Vision, Life, AD&D, Retirement Plan, Paid Time Off, & More!
  • Career Advancement & Development Opportunities
  • Employee Referral Incentives
  • Consistent Schedule with Flexible Time-Off Options

Did you know?

Civitas Senior Living is a Certified™ Great Place to Work! 90% of our employees say that their work has special meaning and that it is not “just a job”.

Our Mission Statement:

Passionate Service. Passionate Cleanliness. Passionate Care.

 

*As a condition of employment at a Civitas Senior Living community, all new hires will be asked to complete a screening process as required by state regulations. All offers of employment are contingent upon the successful completion of this process. Residency within the State that this Community/Location operates in is a condition of employment.

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