LuLu's Destin

Kitchen Supervisor


Destin, FL


Part Time

Summary: The Kitchen Supervisor is actively responsible for the daily operations of the Back of the House, under the supervision or at the authority of the Kitchen Manager. Primarily responsible for food preparation, quality, sanitation and productivity subordinate employees within the department.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
•    Responsible for the daily operations of the kitchen department and the productivity of its staff
•    Responsible for maintaining a high standard of service efficiency and product quality that meets the expectations of guests
•    Displays high-level of knowledge regarding company products and events. Able to communicate this information to crew members
•    Oversees the opening and closing functions of the kitchen in accordance with department standards.
•    Ensures that the cleaning and sanitation standards of the department are maintained and enforced each shift
•    Assists in executing off site parties and events as planned by the Executive Chef and Kitchen Managers
•    Enforces product and quality control policies once implemented
•    Responsible for maintaining Health Inspection standards and prepares department to effectively meet such standards
•    Assists in ensuring received products and supplies match invoice and quality standards in the absence of Purchasing/Receiving department staff
•    Initiates daily production lists for prep and other positions. Follows up with individuals to ensure completion
•    Ensures that crew members follow all recipes, cooking/holding procedures and portion servings correctly
•    Assists in the preparation, cooking, and plating of food items
•    Ensures all prepped and cooked food items are properly labeled and stored
•    Assist management team with evaluating labor needs
•    Assist management in ensuring each shift is adequately staffed for the anticipated level of business. Makes adjustments accordingly in a timely manner
•    Ensures crew members receive adequate break periods per shift
•    Administers crew member coaching in accordance with company standards. Notifies management of employee matters that need disciplinary action/attention
•    Responsible for regular communication with crew members and other personnel regarding the operations of the kitchen
•    Assists with the upkeep and repair of the restaurant’s equipment and facilities.
•    Responsible for monitoring and documenting crew member’s performance and attendance
•    Ensure that crew members are focused on the objectives of the department through coaching and training
•    Other duties in connection with organizational effectiveness as assigned by above supervisory staff

Additional Duties & Responsibilities:
•    Demonstrates core values of the company
•    Adheres to all company policies and procedures as established in the Employee Manual & by the department’s management
•    Participates in continuing education and training to further knowledge base and career potential
•    Cooperates with co-workers and management in an effort to continuously maintain organizational effectiveness
•    Attends meetings and training sessions as designated
•    Complies with uniform standards (i.e. Supervisor shirt, chef jacket and pants, nametag and neat appearance)
•    Maintains regular availability, attendance and punctuality in accordance with weekly schedule & employment status
•    Other duties in connection with organizational effectiveness as assigned by above supervisory staff

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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