Assitant Director of Dining Services

Want to influence a generation? How about working in a place where you know you make a difference? Try one of our 4000 public and private school locations managed by Chartwells School Dining Services. That?s about 1.6 million young students we provide meals and food service for each day. Eat. Learn. Live exemplifies Chartwells? promise and philosophy that nourishing students is not only our business; it?s our commitment to the communities in which we serve.
Job Summary
Working as an Assistant Director of Dining Services , you will assist the Director in managing all aspects of the school nutrition program, including client relations, management of the day- to day operations, leading a team along with ensuring that the food offered to the customers is of superior quality. Additionally, you will be responsible for the following:
Key Responsibilities:
Acts as a liaison between Chartwells, the school administration, staff, students and the community
Provides leadership to support the nutrition and wellness initiatives within the school
Works with the Chef and management team in creating nutritious and top quality food for the students
Implements new culinary programs in conjunction with the Chartwells marketing and culinary team
Provides leadership to support the nutrition and wellness initiatives within the school district
Preferred Qualifications:
Associate?s degree required
One to three years of foodservice management experience preferred
School dining or contract foodservice experience preferred
Strong leadership skills
Financial and business acumen
Excellent communication skills
Apply to Chartwells Schools today!
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Req ID: 172079
Chartwells K-12

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