Assure satisfaction through proper preparation and production of meals for guests to the Riverboats at the Gateway Arch and Paddlewheel Café. Supervise, manage, schedule, hire and train all employees. Oversee all activities (ordering, storage, food costing and proper preparation of food and beverages) to the main galley, boat galleys, boat concession areas and the Paddlewheel Café. Develop menus and train staff for successful riverboat and Paddlewheel Café operations. Monitor compliance with FDA standards and City of St. Louis health inspections.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Ability to work inconsistent schedules. Ability to overcome staffing challenges (i.e. tardiness and absenteeism). Ability to produce food products according to high standards of excellence and sanitation. Knowledge of restaurant kitchen appliances. Ability to calculate weights and measurements accurately. Knowledge of food/menu planning and costing. Interpersonal communication skills for interacting effectively with guests, employees, and vendors. Physical expectations include working in a standing position for 5 continuous hours and up to 8 hours a day, as well as reaching, bending, stooping and frequently lifting up to 50 pounds and occasionally carrying 10-20 pounds. Must also be able to sit for 2 continuous hours and up to 5 hours each day.
High School Diploma or G.E.D and Food Service Management Certificate required. Culinary Degree preferred.
Minimum of ten (10) years required.
Culinary, Restaurant Management, or related field.
Executive Chef, Chef Supervisor, or equivalent level.
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