University of Buffalo - Campus, Dining Campus Dining and Shops Assistant Manager of Food Service - $2,500 Sign on Bonus! in Buffalo, New York
Who We Are
Campus Dining and Shops is a multi-unit company that serves the UB community not only through its award-winning dining services, but through the UB Card Office, Campus Catering, Retail and Convenience Stores, Concessions, and Vending. Our primary purpose it to offer a variety of high quality, high value, and innovation dining options designed to fit the varied lifestyles and nutritional needs of the university community. If you are driven and enjoy the thrill of a fast paced environment where no two days will be the same - share our mission and grow with us.
Provides support and assistance to the unit manager in the areas of scheduling, time and attendance tracking, along with the supervision, coaching, and training of the unit employees, which consist of students, unions, and student managers.
Expected House of Work
This is a full time position whose schedule is based on the customers’ needs and needs of the business. The position primarily works a set schedule during the school year, includes 1 weekend day and can include weekends, evenings, and late night hours. The position requires a minimum of 40 hours per week in summer, minimum of 47.5 hours a week during the school year, and additional hours during peak periods of business and special events. Scheduled shifts can vary in length. Weekends and evenings are required. This position is considered a non-exempt position, which means that you will be eligible for overtime time pay for hours worked in excess of 40 in a given workweek.
· Participates in subordinate coaching, counseling, disciplinary procedures, and cross training of
· Participates in interviews, hiring, training, scheduling and providing daily supervision to student, union, student manager, temporary and casual employees.
· Participates in subordinate performance evaluations and completion of all new hire orientations and training manuals.
· Participates or conducts in student, student manager and union meetings on a scheduled bases.
· Oversees or participates in supervision of student managers and the student manager training program.
· Conducts or delegates daily pre-service.
· Communicates all cleaning projects to staff.
· Conducts line checks and manual station inspections.
· Conducts line checks and manual station inspections.
· Actively solicits customer input by participating in table visits and meeting the managers.
· Interacts with customers, adheres to and executes all customer service programs, and handles and
provides resolution to customer complaints.
· Maintains schedules in payroll/time and attendance system, creates/maintains schedules in terms of request for days off, substitutions, dropping/filling shifts.
· Oversees student manager program – keeping track of attendance issues for student employees in terms of progressive disciplinary actions.
· Maintains and updates unit checklists for all stations and employees.
· Maintains micros system or operating system for the unit.
· Awareness and basic knowledge of profit and loss summary.
· Follows budgetary guidelines for food and labor costs.
· Preparation of accounts payable, sales and guest count tally sheets, cash reports, payroll and other financial and operational statement as assigned.
· Adherence to food production and purchasing programs.
· Conducts inventory on a weekly basis and impacts plans to reduce waste.
· Identify between three and eight primary duties and responsibilities for the position.
· List the primary duties and responsibilities in order of importance.
· Begin each statement with an action verb.
· Use the present tense of verbs.
· Use gender neutral language such as s/he.
· Use generic language such a photocopy instead of Xerox.
· Where appropriate use qualifiers to clarify the task – where, when, why or how often – for example instead of “greet visitor to the office” use “greet visitors to the office in a professional and friendly manner”.
· Avoid words that are open to interpretation – for example instead of “handle incoming mail” use “sort and distribute incoming mail”.
Education and Training
· Associate’s degree or higher in food service or related field.
· Equivalent education/experience will substitute for minimum qualifications.
· 2 years progressively responsible experience managing a similar food service operation.
· Experience in a high volume food service establishment preferred.
· The work environment can be loud and busy. There is exposure to kitchen hazards such as hot surfaces and liquids, sharp knives, and slippery falls.
· The position operates in a kitchen environment where the employee is frequently exposed to heat, steam, fire, and noise.
· Long, irregular working hours.
· Exposure to extreme temperatures in coolers and freezers.
Physical and Mental Demands
· The position is very active and the employee must be able to stand and walk for a minimum of 8 hours.
· The employee is occasionally required to sit; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
· While performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear.
· The position requires manual dexterity; auditory and visual skills; and the ability to follow written and oral instructions and procedures.
· The employee must have the ability to use hands to finger, manipulate fingers; and reach with hands and arms, to stir, measure, pour, cut, chop, dice, and decorate, etc…
· The position requires working taste buds, ability to smell, feel with fingers and visually inspect, include close and distance vision.
· The employee must frequently lift and or move up to 25 lbs. and occasionally lift and or move up to 50 lbs.
· Valid driver’s license and clean driving record required.
· Ability to demonstrate safe driving practices.
· The selected candidate will be required to complete and pass a background check including criminal history and motor vehicle verification.
Travel between UB campuses may be required. May need to attend conferences and/or special events.
At Campus Dining and Shops, we offer benefits that cover your health, well-being, and future.
Set schedules to support a work like balance
Comprehensive training program
Paid time off
Opportunity for Advancement
Health Benefits including: Quality affordable health care, HRA for eligible medical expenses, and Vision Coverage
403 (b) retirement program with company match
Daily Meal Allowance
Campus Dining and Shops is committed to ensuring equal employment opportunities without regard to an individual's race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, gender, pregnancy, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, predisposing genetic characteristics, marital status, familial status, veteran status, military status, domestic violence victim status, or criminal conviction status. Employees, students, applicants or other members of the University community (including but not limited to vendors, visitors, and guests) may not be subjected to harassment that is prohibited by law or treated adversely based upon a protected characteristic. Campus Dining and Shops policy is in accordance with federal and state laws and regulations prohibiting discrimination and harassment. These laws include the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as Amended by the Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972, and the New York State Human Rights Law. These laws prohibit discrimination and harassment, including sexual harassment and sexual violence.