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Mercy Ships

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Job description

The Food Services Manager has oversight of the Food Services department, including the Dining Room, Galley, and Bakery. This is mostly a “hands-off” job; supervise and maintain the department, ensuring that each sub-department has everything that it needs to run smoothly.

• Supervision of personnel and operations in the food services department, especially in maintaining accountability to standards, procedures, and policies

• Orientating and training all new Food Services crew to all equipment and safety procedures

• Excellent organizational skills, needed for daily ordering of supplies, scheduling rotations, updating standard operating procedures as necessary, and managing teams

• To fill in as the Senior Chef when needed

• Lead departmental devotions

Requirements

• Relevant management and supervisory experience

• Strong leadership skills, ability to supervise and guide a team

• Ability to communicate proficiently in English in both written and verbal forms

• Cross-cultural experience is preferred

• Relevant Catering qualification such as, diploma in Hotel Management, Catering & Institutional Operations

• Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, & Outlook)

Details

Job type
Full-time
Location
Lindale, TX, United States
Department
Management, F&B kitchen
Languages
English, French (optional)
Starting in
April 2021
Latest start date
May 2021
Duration of the contract
More than 1 year
Positions available
3
Other benefits
Meals, uniforms, professional training & development, transportation, vacation, internet, WiFi, personal growth

Mercy Ships

Mercy Ships is an international faith-based
organization bringing hope and healing to the
world’s forgotten poor. As many as 5 billion
people lack access to safe, affordable surgical
and anesthesia services worldwide, and less than
6% of all operations are delivered to the world’s
poorest countries. Marginalized populations
continue to suffer due to a lack of trained
healthcare providers, inadequate infrastructure,
and disproportionate out-of-pocket healthcare
costs. Mercy Ships programs offer holistic
support to developing countries, striving to make
healthcare accessible for all. Since 1978, Mercy
Ships has delivered services to more than 2.84
million beneficiaries. The countries served by
Mercy Ships are ranked as the poorest in the
world by the United Nations Human
Development Index.

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