- Job Code: 100900
- Job Family: Dietary Services
- Bargaining Unit: Non-Union
- FLSA Status: Exempt
- Reports to: Manager
- Created/Revised: 2/1/2020
Under the direction of Food Service Managers, the Food Services Supervisor provides direct supervision of specific work groups and has accountability for front-line staff of the Food Service team. Ensures adherence to high quality standards and sanitation procedures. Models exemplary behaviors for the members of the staff.
The essential functions listed are typical examples of work performed by positions in this job classification, and are not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, tasks, and responsibilities. Specific duties and responsibilities may vary depending on department or program needs without changing the general nature and scope of the job or level of responsibility. Employees may also perform other duties as assigned.
- Food Handling/Sanitation Compliance: Ensures high standards of quality and sanitation by utilizing established tools and quality monitors. Ensures compliance with laws, regulations and standards regarding food service activities and sanitation and safety standards. Ensures compliance with departmental sanitation procedures, initiating corrective action for sanitation discrepancies. Monitors the safe storage and handling of food items. Maintains safety standards that conform with Federal and State regulations.
- Food Service Operations: Participates with management in planning and preparing menus; checks daily menus for possible changes to recipes; makes recipe changes and informs staff; informs staff of new recipe adjustments makes sure all menu items are ready for distribution at prearranged times; updates and evaluates recipes; ensures that the staff serves food at proper temperatures; observes food to be sure it is visually appealing and served in adequate portions; plans and directs the preparation of new food items or new service activities for increased customer satisfaction; obtains feedback from customers concerning the quality of the food served and the service provided; maintains the general operation and efficiency of the commercial kitchen equipment; accommodates special diet needs of customers who have specific religious or medical; recommends to management improved methods of food preparation, service, and personnel practices. Notifies management of any food shortages, menu changes, equipment breakdowns; takes corrective action as needed to determine appropriate utilization, storage or disposal of food items. Prepare and maintain unit for daily operations including merchandising, setting up cash drawers, point of sales terminals, reconciling cash, pricing items, monitor and re-stock supplies.
- Personnel Management: Supervises and participates in a variety of activities of a food service unit to include food preparation, distribution, service, and record maintenance in an acute care setting. Maintain and submit accurate information for payroll reporting (timecards, tardiness, and absenteeism). Maintain accurate reports of daily and monthly financial and production records. Plans, assigns, and reviews work of assigned staff; adjusts work assignments and schedules to maintain adequate staffing levels and respond to fluctuating workloads; evaluates employee performance and prepares performance appraisals; assesses training needs of staff and arranges for or provides appropriate instruction; provides initial orientation to new employees; reviews applicant's credentials, participates in the interview process, and hires or effectively recommends hiring of staff; resolves personnel problems, complaints, and formal grievances at the first level; disciplines and rewards employees; counsels employees in work-related activities, personal growth, and career development.
- Demonstrates proper operation and maintenance of kitchen equipment, cash handling methods, food handling and storage, workplace safety, infection prevention, and sanitary procedures.
- Budget and Inventory: Typical tasks: determines food items to order based upon the food on hand; some employees in this class may obtain cost quotes or bids from vendors or food suppliers.
- Initiates requisition purchase orders for produce, baked goods, meat, dairy products, cooking and serving equipment and supplies from procurement.
- Ensures procedures are followed by the staff for receiving, storing, and issuing food and supplies; inventories food supplies needed before each order by counting food items, recording totals, and reporting findings to superior; recommends purchases of commercial kitchen equipment to superior.
- Contributes to cost containment by managing time and supplies so that commitment to cost containment through management of labor, supplies, and waste reduction efforts are completed as scheduled and resources are not wasted. Evaluates the needs of the unit in terms of staff, supplies, and equipment; provides information to management concerning long-range planning, goal setting, and policy and procedure development; contributes new ideas and creative ways of preparing and distributing foods; assists staff by performing some of the food service activities such as preparing, serving, and distributing food. Models exemplary behaviors for the members of the staff.
Functions may vary based on defined specialties:
Employees must abide by all the Joint Commission requirements including, but not limited to, sensitivity to cultural diversity, patient care, patients' rights and ethical treatment, safety and security of physical environments, emergency management, teamwork, respect for others, participation in ongoing education and training, communication and adherence to safety and quality programs, sustaining compliance with National Patient Safety Goals, and licensure and health screenings.
Employees must perform all duties and responsibilities in accordance with the C-I-CARE Standards of the Hospital. C-I-CARE is the foundation of Stanford's patient-experience and represents a framework for patient-centered interactions.
Executes world class practices of service and patient care in support of C-I-CARE standards. Uses C-I-CARE templates and the following components for all communication with patients and staff:
- CONNECT with people by calling them their proper name, or the name they prefer (Mr., Ms., Dr.)
- INTRODUCE yourself and your role
- COMMUNICATE what you are going to do, how long it will take, and how it will impact the patient
- ASK permission before entering a room, examining a patient or undertaking an activity
- RESPOND to patient's questions or requests promptly; anticipate patient needs
- EXIT courteously with an explanation of what will come next.
Stanford Health Care's Commitment to Providing an Exceptional Patient and Family Experience
Stanford Health Care sets a high standard for delivering value and an exceptional experience for our patients and families. Candidates for employment and existing employees must adopt and execute C-I-CARE standards for all of patients, families and towards each other. C-I-CARE is the foundation of Stanford's patient-experience and represents a framework for patient-centered interactions. Simply put, we do what it takes to enable and empower patients and families to focus on health, healing and recovery.
You will do this by executing against our three experience pillars, from the patient and family's perspective:
- Know Me: Anticipate my needs and status to deliver effective care
- Show Me the Way: Guide and prompt my actions to arrive at better outcomes and better health
- Coordinate for Me: Own the complexity of my care through coordination
Equal Opportunity Employer Stanford Health Care (SHC) strongly values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity and non-discrimination in all of its policies and practices, including the area of employment. Accordingly, SHC does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity and/or expression, religion, age, national or ethnic origin, political beliefs, marital status, medical condition, genetic information, veteran status, or disability, or the perception of any of the above. People of all genders, members of all racial and ethnic groups, people with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Qualified applicants with criminal convictions will be considered after an individualized assessment of the conviction and the job requirements.
Minimum: High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
Minimum: Five (5) years of progressively responsible and directly related work experience.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
These are the observable and measurable attributes and skills required to perform successfully the essential functions of the job and are generally demonstrated through qualifying experience, education, or licensure/certification.
- Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
- Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with widely diverse groups, including individuals at all levels both within and outside the organization and gain their cooperation
- Ability to plan, organize, prioritize, work independently and meet deadlines Knowledge of commercial kitchen equipment, food service policies and procedures Knowledge of food values and nutrition
- Knowledge of health, safety, and sanitation regulations and procedures as they pertain to operations of a volume dining or food service facility
- Knowledge of menu planning
- Knowledge of methods, materials, and equipment used in a volume dining or food service facility Knowledge of principles and practices of volume food management
- Excellent customer service skills.
Physical Requirements/Working Conditions
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS
- RISK OF EXPOSURE TO BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS
- Category/Description: Category III - Tasks that involve NO exposure to blood, body fluids or tissues, and Category I tasks that are not a condition of employment