POSITION TITLE:Food & Beverage Manager, Carlson Center SALARY: Level 1 DOE STATUS: Regular, Full-Time 1.0 FTE FLSA: Exempt PCN: PR10002 UNION STATUS: 10 ASEA POSITIONS SUPERVISED: Casual Kitchen/Concession Staff Concession Contractors & Volunteers Caterers REPORTS TO: Carlson Center Manager
CLOSES: 06/20/2021 9:00PM AK BASIC FUNCTION: Under the general supervision of the Carlson Center Manager, the Food & Beverage Manager manages internal/external kitchen use, contract & volunteer concession contracts, and internal food and beverage operations. Work with staff to provide general operational management over the facility and operations. Work with clients to develop options for food and beverage service for Carlson Center events. TYPICAL DUTIES:
Provide day to day supervision to staff, volunteers, and contractors.
Responsible for the overall operation of the food and beverage functions at the Carlson Center including, but not limited to kitchen scheduling between caterers, working with pre-screened vendors and caterers, oversee the concession operations, and other duties related to the efficient operation of food and beverage.
Develops relationships with local caterers, food trucks, and restaurants, to provide the best options to the building users.
Develops work plans, including scheduling and ordering, and assigns appropriate duties to subordinates.
Manages any non-contract concession operations in the building.
Oversees Food and Beverage operations during large events to ensure client satisfaction and quality control standards.
Responsible for ensuring all workers, contractors, and volunteers meet all state and local requirements for certifications or training applicable to their job functions, including health and safety.
Tabulates receipts submitted by vendors and balances internal point-of-sale accounts.
Maintains inventory control. Maintains cost and quality control standards
Estimates food consumption, purchases and kitchen supplies. Reviews Food and Beverage lists to determine that sufficient items are ordered weekly.
Bachelor’s Degree in Food & Beverage Management or related field. Related experience managing a catering or concession operation may be substituted for degree requirement on a year for year basis.
Minimum four (4) years’ experience of which 2 must be at a supervisory level managing commercial food and beverage operations.
Financial management experience e.g., ability to analyze P & L statements, develop budgets, and expenditure planning. Prior retail merchandising experience.
Certifications as required to comply with local, state and health codes, i.e., food safety and alcohol awareness (TAMS). Must possess, or be able to obtain, Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) certification, within thirty (30) days of hire.
Must have and be able to maintain a valid driver’s license. Must meet insurance standards and maintain insurability under the Borough's insurance program. If personal automobile is used for Borough business, proof of automobile insurance at statutory limits must be provided. (A CURRENTCOPY OF DRIVING RECORD WILL BE REQUIRED UPON REQUEST)
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Extensive knowledge of food and beverage operational procedures
Knowledge of food handling and sanitation standards and monitoring associate adherence to standards.
Knowledge of food and beverage equipment and routine maintenance needs.
Knowledge of purchasing inventory controls, supplies and equipment.
Knowledge of governmental regulations and safety standards. (OSHA, EPA, ADA, CFC, NFPA).
Ability to operate a personal computer for a variety of computer programs (MS Word & Excel required: Database preferred) type at a proficient level. Ability to operate a variety of office machines (copier, scanner, fax, multi-function phone, printers etc.)
Ability to deal effectively and harmoniously with the public and co-workers.
Excellent organizational and planning skills. Strong customer service orientation.
This position will work with limited supervision and will require the ability to interact with all levels of staff and public.
Ability to work flexible hours on a regular basis, including nights, weekends and holidays, in addition to normal business hours.
This position requires fingerprinting and/or credit history background check.
JOB CONTACTS: Continuous contact with employees at all levels of the Borough and frequent contacts involving outside organizations/agencies and general public. JOB RESPONSIBILITY: See job description. WORK ENVIRONMENT: Private or semi-private office where conditions are pleasant; good, clean conditions where accidents/hazards are negligible; requires short periods of moderate lifting, pushing or pulling (26-50 lbs.). Position requires over ½ of the time to be standing or walking.
Individuals interested in applying for this position must submit a completed online application on or before the closing date and time as specified in the Job Posting. Online applications can be located at www.fnsb.gov by clicking the “Find a Job” button. For additional information please call (907) 459-1202 or the Borough Direct Job Line at (907) 459-1206. The Borough complies with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA). If you need an accommodation to participate in the interview/selection process, please be sure to complete this section of the online application.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Additional Salary Information: Full Borough benefits included.
About Fairbanks North Star Borough
The Fairbanks North Star Borough is a local government agency serving the interior of Alaska, Fairbanks and the surrounding communities. The department employs around 100 people during the peak summer season and has an annual operating budget of approximately $8.5 million. The department consists of four divisions, Administration, Recreation Services, Parks Maintenance, and Pioneer Park. A wide variety of amenities are offered to the community including 5 outdoor recreation areas, 3 indoor swimming pools, a recreation center, an ice arena, sports fields, and comprehensive trail system. In the warmer months, residents enjoy the beautiful swim beaches, historic parks, youth programs and fun family events. When the temperature is cold, our parks are still hot! Opportunities for cross country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, ice fishing and snow machining are available through the winter months. Special events are planned year round and recreational programs for seniors and the disabled are offered weekly. The department also operates Pioneer Park, a 44-acre historic themed park full of attractions, activities, museums, and an arts and cultural center. There is something for everyone to enjoy!