Assistant CFS Supervisor
General Job Description: The Assistant CFS Supervisor is responsible for supporting Kitchen and Waste Reduction Managers in providing quality food services at the house-level and ensuring that refuse/recycling services run smoothly. S/he is responsible for training Kitchen and Waste Reduction Managers, providing ongoing support, and facilitating communication between the house and central level.
The Assistant CFS Supervisor provides back-up and assistance to the CFS Supervisor in receiving and supervising BSC warehouse operations. The Assistant CFS Supervisor is also responsible for completing additional projects as assigned by the CFS Supervisor.
- Unit-Level Food Service Support
- 1. In conjunction with the Member Resources Supervisor and ETCom, develop a detailed agenda and conduct Kitchen Manager Trainings.
- 2. Ensure that all units have a certified Food Service Manager by providing appropriate training and testing for Kitchen Managers.
- 3. Develop and implement various additional training and resource materials, including workshops, written materials, a Kitchen Manager Google site, training videos, etc.
- 4. Provide on-going support to Kitchen Managers, acting as a resource for ordering, budgeting, cook management, meeting members’ dietary needs, etc. and fulfilling all the liaison responsibilities outlined in the Manager Oversight Policy.
- 5. Meet individually with all Kitchen Managers by Week 7 and Week 12 to assess performance and provide feedback and support.
- 6. Develop on-going training content and hold monthly Kitchen Manager Meetings with other staff as needed.
- 7. With input from Kitchen Managers, determine which food and kitchen items are offered in the on-line ordering database, within the guidelines provided by the Operations Committee.
- 8. In conjunction with the Purchasing Agent, act as a resource for training and trouble-shooting relating to the on-line ordering database.
- 9. Coordinate the repair, replacement, and inventory of commercial kitchen equipment.
- 10. Support Kitchen and Waste Reduction Managers in addressing Habitability and City Safety Inspection deficiencies.
- 11. Regularly review pest control inspection reports and work with Kitchen and Waste Reduction Managers to address pest control issues related to food service and refuse/recycling.
- Warehousing Management Tasks
- 1. Provide coverage to the Warehouse Supervisor in overseeing day-to-day warehousing and delivery operations, including training and directing student staff and workshift employees, as needed.
- 2. Assist the Warehouse Supervisor in following proper receiving procedures by ensuring that all deliveries from vendors are inspected, checked, and signed for.
- 3. Assist the Warehouse Supervisor in taking inventories and implementing improved inventory management systems.
- 4. Provide office coverage and respond to inquiries from house-level managers, employees, and vendors.
- 5. Act as the Warehouse Supervisor in his/her absence.
- Waste Reduction Coordination
- 1. Train and supervise the Waste Reduction Coordinator and Waste Reduction Assistant and provide support in their coordination of the BSC’s refuse and waste reduction programs.
- 2. Support the Waste Reduction Coordinator, (along with the Member Resources Supervisor and ETCom), in designing and delivering semesterly Waste Reduction Manager training.
- 3. Support the Waste Reduction Coordinator in developing and implement various additional training and resource materials, including workshops, written materials, a Waste Reduction Google site, training videos, etc.
- 4. Review regular waste audits, coordinate with the City of Berkeley and other waste/reuse vendors, and adjust refuse and recycling pick-up schedules for the units and the central-level each term (Fall, Spring, and Summer).
- 5. Make recommendations to FiCom and work Waste Reduction Managers to develop methods for reducing refuse expenses.
Skills/Knowledge required for job performance:
- 1. Acquired understanding of BSC policies related to food service, habitability and food safety guidelines, and City of Berkeley commercial kitchen standards.
- 2. Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- 3. Ability to analyze complex systems and suggest/implement improvements.
- 4. Excellent organizational skills.
- 5. Ability to learn quickly and work under pressure in a busy warehouse and office environment.
- 6. Ability to work independently and manage multiple projects.
- 7. Ability to work well with a diverse array of people, and students in particular.
- 8. Ability to organize projects involving multiple stakeholders.
- 9. Tact, firmness, and a willingness to enforce BSC policy and habitability standards.
- 10. Intermediate computer skills, including Microsoft Office, Excel and database experience.
- 11. Ability to type 50 WPM.
- 12. Ability to pass and maintain food service manager and proctor/trainee certification.
Entry level experience/education required:
- 1. Two years college.
- 2. Previous food service experience.
- 3. Previous supervisory experience.
- 4. Previous training experience.
Additional Experience Preferred:
- 1. Previous experience as a Kitchen Manager
Additional Requirements: Work is performed in a normal office environment and requires the ability to operate a computer keyboard, 10-key calculator, and engage in repetitive motions.
Term of Job: Indefinite
Hours per Week: 40
Basic Pay Wage: Hourly, Step 9
Hired By: Staff Hiring Committee
Immediate Supervisor: CFS Supervisor
Contract: BSC EA
[Board approved 5/7/15.]