Food Service Manager

Organization

Walker Creek Ranch

Job status

Job Category

Job Type

Job Duration

Job Compensation Type

Remote

No

Contact Name

Rowan Arcaris

Contact Email

rarcaris@marinschools.org

Contact Phone

4154916600

Deadline to Apply

Location

1700 Petaluma Marshall Rd
Petaluma, CA
United States

The manager plans, organizes, coordinates, directs, prepares, and implements the Food Service Program at the Marin County Office of Education’s Walker Creek Ranch Outdoor Education Facility. The manager is responsible for the healthy nutrition of students, staff, and other users at the facility.

Summary

The Marin County Office of Education operates a comprehensive residential Outdoor Education and Conference Center Program at Walker Creek Ranch, 1700 Marshall Petaluma Road, Marshall, California- which provides educational programs and conference facilities to student and adult groups of 50 to 300 (+), seven days a week through most of the year.

This position is located at Walker Creek Ranch, a Residential Outdoor Science School and Conference Center located at 1700 Marshall Petaluma Road, in West Marin County, near the small town of Marshall, California. It is about a 30-minute drive west of Novato and Petaluma. The property is owned and operated by the Marin County Office of Education, and programs are offered to public and private schools, and a wide variety of conference groups. 

THE POSITION: The manager plans, organizes, coordinates, directs, prepares, and implements the Food Service Program at the Marin County Office of Education’s Walker Creek Ranch Outdoor Education Facility. The manager is responsible for the healthy nutrition of students, staff, and other users at the facility. Position Housing provided.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS: 

Knowledge of: Procedures and equipment used in large quantity food preparation, serving, and sanitation; food values, proper food combinations and economical substitutions; government regulations concerning food service; nutritional values in food preparation; cost, inventory, and budget control; principles of accounting as related to food service, financial record-keeping and reporting; business mathematics; principles of supervision and training; safety principles of working in rustic conditions; principles of cooperation with other workers. Familiarity with the National School Lunch Program preferred. 

Ability to: Prepare food in large quantities, plan menus and meals and develop and test recipes; interact with students and adults in a cooperative and positive atmosphere; direct the Ranch food service operation, including purchasing, accounting, food preparation, food storage and inventory, equipment use, good service, food usage, and menu planning; prepare written reports, specifications, schedules, and correspondence; read and understand legal codes, technical materials and administrative policies, reports, and directives; formulate and administer a budget; develop and monitor work schedules; supervise and evaluate the work of others; understand and carry out written and verbal directions; operate vehicle in hilly terrain.

 TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination of training and experience which demonstrates possession of the knowledge and abilities stated above. A typical qualifying background is prior experience in a food service program involving program planning, supervision, and budge administration. Must possess and maintain a valid California Driver’s License. 

To Apply Submit online at www.edjoin.org

Compensation Information

SALARY: Starting After 6 months Annually thereafter $6135/Month $6196/Month $6258/$6321/$6384/Month 

BENEFITS: Comprehensive benefit package which includes participation in one of six health plans in addition to paid dental, vision, life insurance, paid sick leave, vacation, and holidays. Membership in Social Security and the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) is required. Housing is provided