Executive Sous Chef
The Executive Sous Chef, reporting directly to the Executive Chef, will have responsibility over all the kitchens in the various food outlets of the resort. The primary responsibilities will include management of the culinary team, scheduling, food production and presentation, menu development and menu analysis, ordering, inventory and cost control analysis , safety, sanitation and stewarding for Roberts buffet and other outlets as dictated by the Executive Chef.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
List the job's most important functions and responsibilities. Include all important aspects of the job, whether performed daily, weekly, monthly, annually or any that may occur at irregular intervals.
•Responsible for culinary aspects of the food and beverage department
•Responsible for preliminary menu development
•Responsible for developing a food program that meets designated food cost goals.
•Responsible for direct supervision of buffet and related kitchen staff, to include hiring, coaching, performance management, and discipline.
•Responsible for scheduling culinary staff members and meeting designated payroll costs.
•Responsible for setting food product specification for all outlets
•Responsible for meeting health Deparment guidlines
•Responsible for meeting all copany guidelines including but not limited to safetyand employees relations(HR)
•Responsible for all banquet food production
•Responsible for ensuring that we have a quality food product meeting guest and employer expectations
•Must possess good interpersonal skills including good communication skills both verbal and written in English.
•Must have extensive culinary knowledge, including multi outlet experience
•Must have experience in high volume buffet food production as well as ala carte food production (casino experience a plus)
•Minimum of 5 years of experience in managing a high volume kitchen
•Culinary degree, or equivalent related culinary experience
Job Specific Knowledge
Defined as the use of practical procedures and knowledge, specialized techniques, and learned skills. Indicate the level of job-specific knowledge required in order to perform the essential functions of this position.
Basic:Capable of carrying out uninvolved, standard procedures and/or using equipment or machines which are simple to operate. Typically does not require prior education or experience.
Moderate:Applies well defined standards and procedures, with occasional deviations. Skill in the use of computer systems or equipment may be required. Typically requires High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or six months related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Intermediate:Applies moderately complex practical procedures or systems and/or specialized skills, which require some technical knowledge to apply. Typically requires a one year certificate from college or technical school; or twelve months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Specialized: A sound understanding of and skill in several activities which involve a variety of practices and precedents or a basic understanding of the theory and principles of the discipline. Typically requires an Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Seasoned:Extensive knowledge and skill gained through broad experiences in a field (or fields) which requires a command of involved, diverse practices and precedents and theory and principles. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university; or minimum of four years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Mastery: Mastery of theories, principles, and complex techniques or the diverse, cumulative equivalent gained through broad seasoning and/or special development. Typically requires a Master's degree (M. A.) or equivalent; minimum of ten years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Defined as planning, coordinating, directing, and controlling activities and resources associated with the organization or function. Indicate the level of managerial knowledge required to perform the essential functions of this position.
Individual Contributor: Performance of job task(s) is highly specific and not involving leadership or direction of others.
Team Lead:Leading/guiding group activities, but without supervisor responsibility.
supervisor:Direction of group activities which are similar in content with appro
priate awareness of other activities that may impact group performance or output.
Manager:Direction of a functional unit with varied activities and objectives or guidance of an important subfunction or several important elements across several units.
Director:Direction of a major unit with noticeable functional diversity or guidance of a function(s) which significantly affects all or most of the organization.
GM: Management of all units and functions within the organization.
Human Relations Skills
Defined as the active (either face to face or telephone) interpersonal skills needed to facilitate relationships with other people either within (co-workers) or outside (customers, vendors) the organization. Indicate the level of human relations skills required to perform the essential functions of this position.
Basic: Maintains courteous and effective working relationships with others to request or transmit information, ask questions or get clarification.
Important: Skills of persuasiveness or assertiveness, as well as sensitivity to the other person's point of view are required to influence behavior, change an opinion, or turn a situation around. Required in positions consisting of influencing people or reviewing the work of others.
Critical: Skills in understanding and motivating people and negotiation. This is the highest level of interpersonal skills, usually required for positions that are accountable for the development, motivation, assessment and reward of other employees.
Identify the scope within which the person must think in performing the essential functions of the position.
Highly Structured: Thinking within detailed standard practices and instructions and/or with immediately available assistance or examples.
Routine:Thinking within well-defined, but includes diversified procedures. There are many precedents covering most situations and/or readily available assistance.
Standardized:Thinking within a well-defined frame of reference and toward specific objectives. This is done in situations characterized by functional practices and precedents.
Generally Defined:Thinking within a general frame of reference toward functional objectives. This is done in situations characterized by intangible or unstructured aspects.
Broadly Defined: Thinking within concepts, principles and broad guidelines towards the organization's objectives or functional goals. This is done in an environment that is intangible or unstructured.
Identify the level of problem solving complexity required of the person in performing the essential functions of the position.
Repetitive:Identical situations requiring resolution by simple choice of known things.
Patterned: Similar situations requiring search for solutions within area of known things.
Varied:Differing situations requiring search for solutions within area of known things.
Adaptive: Variable situations requiring analytical, interpretative, evaluative, and/or constructive thinking.
Unique: New or nonrecurring situations requiring the development of new concepts and imaginative approaches.
Identify the degree of decision making authority/autonomy required in performing the essential functions of the position.
Minimal: Direct and detailed instructions and/or very close supervision.
Low: Instruction and established work routines and/or close supervision.
High: Broadly subject to functional policies and goals and to managerial direction of a general nature.
Very High: Broad organization policies, community or legislative limits, and the mandate of the organization.
Identify the breadth/scope of impact across the company this position has in performing the essential functions of the position.
Minimal: Results affect an individual only
Low: Results affect a unit of the department or may be externally focused and affect a lomited segement of customers.
Moderate: Results typically affect an entire department and may have some impact on other departments and/or are externall focused affecting a large cusotmer base.
High: Results achieved affect all other departments and the company as a whole.
Supplementary:One of several/many positions, which contribute to the end results expected of the unit or functions or provide informational/other services for use by others in achieving results.
Contributory: One of a few positions which contribute significantly to the end results expected of the unit or function or provide advisory/other important supporting services for use by others in achieving results.
Shared: Equal/joint control of the activities and resources which produce the results or control most (but not all) of the variables which are significant in determining results.
Primary:Controlling impact - the position has effective control over the significant activities and resources which produce the results and is the sole position which must answer for the results.
Indicate the amount of time that will typically be spent performing the following physical activities during the course of carrying out the essential duties of this job.
None: No lifting required ( Less than 5 poinds)
Up to 100% Up to 10 pounds
Up to 100% 10 to 25 poinds
50%-75% 25 to 50 pounds
50%-75% 50 to 75 pounds
25%-50% Over 75 ounds
Indicate the amount of exposure to the following environmental conditions is required in performing the essential duties of this position.
Up to 100% Wet or humid conditions (non-weather)
Up to 100% Work near moving mechanical parts
Up to 100% Work in high, precarious places
50%-75% Fumes or airborne particles
25%-50% Toxic or caustic chemicals
None Extreme outdoor weather conditions (hot or cold)
Up to 100% Extreme hot surface or water temperatures ( exosure results in tissue dame)
Less than 25% Risk of electrical shock
None Risk of radiation
Indicate the level of noise, and amount of time, that is typically encountered while performing the essential duties of this position.
Less than 25% Very quiet ( no conversation or equipment noise, ex-isolation booth)
None Quiet ( library, private offices)
25% - 50% Moderate ( business office with phones and printers, light traffic
50% 75%Loud( construction machinery, manufacturing floor)
None Very loud (operating a jackhammer, security at a rock concert)
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
List any certificates, licenses, or registrations that are required to perform the essential duties of this job.
• Serv Safe Certified or equivilent
• Iowa Race and Gaming License