Title: FOOD SERVICE SUPERVISOR II Salary: $3,062.00 - $3,721.00 Posted: 02/01/2013
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
Applicants must have civil service eligibility to apply for the following vacancy:
The Sonoma Developmental Center has an immediate opening for a Food Services Supervisor II (FSS-II). Under the direction of the Assistant Director of Dietetics, the FST-II supervises, instructs, and works with the Dining Service Food Service Supervisor I’s (FSSI’s) and Food Service Technicians Is (FSTIs) engaged in the finishing and serving of meals. The FSS-II ensures the safety and sanitation of work areas, equipment and utensils, supervising the FSS-I’s and Food Service Technicians in dining service areas. Typical duties include the following: Supervises employees in the dining areas, ensures training and development of employees; provides in-service training and support/coaching of employees during their training; keeps the Assistant Director of Dietetics (ADD) informed about individual employees’ development needs and effectively recommends plans to best meet those needs; evaluates job performance of the FSS-I’s and writes annual performance appraisals; communicates Departmental and Agency goals and objectives to employees and provides similar feedback to the ADD of Dining Services regarding kitchen goals, activities, problems and concerns that may be encountered; conducts informational or topic meetings with employees on an as-needed basis and documents the content/agenda of those meetings.
The FSS-II coordinates the sanitation, safety and security for the residence kitchens and off-site dining areas; assists in personnel management of dining service area staff; ensures/reviews FSS-I completion of monthly sanitation and safety inspections and makes assignments for corrections. Other duties include review of employee’s completion of daily, weekly, and monthly food/equipment logs, cleaning check-schedules for residence kitchen areas; monitors FSS-I compliance to daily walk through of all work areas to ensure safety standards are met; provides feedback to the ADD regarding sanitation/safety concerns; develops in-service training to reflect recurring areas of concern. Formally counsels employees for chronically deficient sanitation and safety habits; sets positive examples for employees by practicing good personal hygiene, food handling and safety techniques; assists the ADD and Director of Dietetics in other areas as such as attending meetings, participating in selection interview or examination panels as a subject matter expert; and other duties as stipulated in the employee’s signed duty statement.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO APPLY:
Applicants must possess Civil Service Eligibility to apply for State vacancies. Civil Service Eligibility consists of being a current or former California state employee (lateral transfer or reinstatement) or be list eligible. Further Information may be found on the California State Department of Human Resources website at www.calhr.ca.gov Applicants should indicate the type of eligibility they currently possess which qualifies them to apply. This information should be indicated on the title section of the STD-678. Applications will be reviewed and only the most qualified candidates will be scheduled for selection interviews. Applications may be obtained from the Human Resources Personnel Office at the Sonoma Developmental Center or completed and downloaded from the website indicated. NOTE: All appointments are subject to State Restriction of Appointment (SROA), Surplus and Re-employment List procedures, a pre-employment physical and fingerprint clearance.
NOTE: The salary indicated does not reflect the 4.62% salary reduction pursuant to the Governor's Personal Leave Program.
If you are not a current or former State employee, you must first take an examination to obtain list eligibility. This does not apply to Student Assistant vacancies.
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