Job Posting 100186

Food Services Coordinator
YMCA-YWCA of Vancouver Island
Vancouver Island & Coastal areas
Sooke, BC
closes in 10 days (Tue, 30 Apr)
full time - temporary / contract  •  $24.50 – $33.50 per hour

Location: YMCA-YWCA of Vancouver Island Outdoor Centre/Camp Thunderbird (Sooke, BC)
Vacancies: 1
Classification: Casual
Placement: April – October 2024

Salary: $24.50 – $33.50 per hour

 

Nature and Scope:
The Food Services Coordinator provides excellence in leadership and support required for the operation in one of BC’s busiest YMCA-YWCA residential camps. Reporting to the General Manager, the Food Services Coordinator will lead the menu planning, ordering, food preparation and staff supervision for our Food Services department during the Summer Camp and Outdoor Education seasons. This position will provide excellent customer service to all clients and families, school-based programs, and rental groups. This position will include food service for up to 170 people, supervising and supporting 5-8 staff members and ensuring a clean food preparation area.
YMCA-YWCA Camp Thunderbird is located in the Sooke area (approximately 8 km before Sooke from the direction of Langford/Victoria). Due to the seasonal peaks in our operation, the work schedule will flex to accommodate the needs of our clients (early morning, evening, and/or weekend shifts will be required). This is classified as a Casual position; the successful applicant will predominantly work a full-time schedule.
This casual/seasonal position is entitled to an individual YMCA-YWCA membership and 4% vacation pay.

Responsibilities:
• Assist the General Manager in recruiting, training and supporting staff in all aspects of food preparation according to FoodSafe standards, and to the quality standards of YMCA Canada’s Camping Quality Recommended Practices
• Ensure the timely preparation of high-quality meals for guests and staff.
• Adhere to all Health and Safety policies and procedures, including ensuring that all safety and supervision standards are implemented and maintained
• Accommodate a variety of dietary needs and allergies
• Execute inventory, supplies ordering and menu planning processes
• Monitor food inventory and minimize waste
• Work effectively and as an active member of the staff team, assisting with other duties and responsibilities as required

Qualifications:
• Food preparation training at a post-secondary facility or recognized technical/training
centre is an asset. Appropriate professional experience may substitute for post-secondary training.
• FoodSafe Level 1
• Basic computer skills. Email, word processing, spreadsheets.
• Minimum of two years’ relevant work experience
• Supervisory experience
• Experience in children’s recreational programs is preferred
• Clean Criminal Reference Check with Vulnerable Sector Clearance is required
• Current Standard First Aid and CPR C required


Competencies:
• Commitment to Organization Vision and Values
• Customer Service Skills
• Communication
• Teamwork
• Service Orientation
• Self-Management
• Diversity
• Problem Solving
• Planning and Organization
• Product Knowledge

 

 

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