Dining Services Coordinator

Full Time
Dining Services CoordinatorFull-Time
Brookdale Central 131 Vickery Dr Central, SC 29630
Job #:BSL481060
As our Food Services/Dining Coordinator you'll plan menus, setstaff schedules and ensure residents eat nutritious meals. The dining servicescoordinator plays a key role in our kitchen by keeping inventory of all food,training new employees, controlling food cost and preparing meals.
Thisposition provides the opportunity to make relationships with our DiningServices team, opening doors to advancement possibilities. You'll also get toknow residents, bond with staff and make a difference in a community thatprides itself on compassion and excellent service.
Your responsibilities would include:
Plan, direct and coordinate all activities of the dining services department
Oversee food production to ensure all meals are prepared according to nutritional requirements and company standards
Determine quality and quantity of food required, which includes planning menus
Prepare cleaning and staff schedules, and production worksheets
Develop and direct cost control systems, including preparing and submitting department budget to community management
Brookdale. Bringing new life to senior living.
Required skills and qualifications:
High school diploma or GED equivalent
Current ServSafe certification preferred
Two years commercial kitchen and/or restaurant management experience
Any required local or state food handling/sanitation licenses and/or certifications
Flexible schedule, including availability to work evenings, weekends and holidays as needed
If you're a Brookdale associate, please consider referring someone through the Good People Program!
Brookdale is an EOE-(Equal Opportunity Employer) and drug-free workplace.
Brookdale offers a number of benefits to full-time associates including, but not limited to: medical, dental, vision, disability, life, paid time off, educational reimbursement. All associates, age 21 and older, are eligible to participate in the 401(k) retirement savings plan.



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