Career opportunity at Kilimanjaro Food Court Restaurants

All interested parties on the below positions should send there resume (CV) to career@kilimanjarofoodcourt.com. Successful applicants will be contacted via there mobile phone to attend an Interview.

 

1. Executive Chef

OVERVIEW
Executive chefs oversee food preparation and cooking activities in a facility or for several restaurants in an establishment or chain. They supervise chefs, sous chefs, line cooks and kitchen helpers. An executive chef researches and responds to trends in the food industry, plans and writes menus, manages finances and supervises kitchen operations.

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
An executive chef must have proven experience as a chef, cook, catering manager or an equivalent. Human resource management skills are also necessary, as are financial management skills and good communication skills. In addition, an executive chef should have leadership and team building skills, time management skills and knowledge of and interest in industry trends.

DUTIES
Plan and write menus, using descriptive text to encourage sales, ensure food meet quality standards, use financial management skills, use human resource management skills, may prepare and cook meals and specialty foods.

RECOMMENDED EDUCATION
A secondary school diploma is preferred. Cooks certification or Culinary Arts diploma is required. Courses in food safety, workplace hazardous materials and first aid are recommended.

POSSIBLE CAREER PATHS
Food and Beverage Manager, Owner/Operator.

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2. Baker

OVERVIEW
Bakers prepare bread, rolls, muffins, pies, cakes and other baked goods. They may be following tried and true recipes or may be developing new ones. The position may mean the baker specializes in creating one or two types of baked goods, or may be involved in making all the baked goods required. Bakers are also involved in ordering and maintaining supplies, and in quality and portion control.

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
Bakers require demonstrated interest in baking, as well as a professional attitude and good health. They also should have experience in baking and food service preparation, time and project management, and production and inventory skills. Knowledge of applicable legislation and regulations is also desirable.

DUTIES
Research, develop and test new recipes, prepare dough, batter and frostings, bake doughs and batters, frost and decorate baked goods, purchase baking supplies, hire and train staff supervise production and sales.

RECOMMENDED EDUCATION
A secondary school diploma is usually required, as is trade certification.

POSSIBLE CAREER PATHS
Head Baker, Bakery Supervisor, Food Production Manager, Food Service Manager, Owner/Operator.

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3. Catering Manager

OVERVIEW
Catering managers oversee all aspects of catering services in hotels, resorts and private clubs. The position of catering manager is very similar to the position of beverage services manager — the focus is just different. The management skills in one position can be used in the other. However, knowledge of the food and beverage area is essential for catering managers.

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
Proven supervisory or management experience is required of a catering manager. Food and beverage experience is also necessary, as are customer service and communications skills. In addition, planning and budgeting experience, business management skills and time management skills are all assets to this position.

DUTIES
Use operations management skills, use financial management skills, e.g. assess total budget, assist in promotion and sales, maintain records, conduct regular inspections of operation, resolve customer complaints, manage human resources, such as determine number of staff required for an event and then assign duties, consult with clients, providing plans and cost estimates, maintain contact with clients before, during and after event to ensure satisfaction.

RECOMMENDED EDUCATION
A diploma or degree in hospitality or food and beverage management is usually required. Courses in management, marketing, accounting, alcohol service, safe food handling, first aid and service training are assets.

POSSIBLE CAREER PATHS
Nightclub Manager, Beverage Services Manager, Food and Beverage Director, General Manager, Owner/Operator.

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4. Waiter and Waitress

Job Description
Job Summary
  • Serves food to patrons in a casual dining establishment.
General Accountabilities
  • Presents menu, answers questions, and makes suggestions regarding food.
  • Takes customer orders by writing them down or memorizing them.
  • Inputs orders on POS on behalf of the patrons.
  • Serves customers their pre-ordered food.
  • Observes diners to respond to any additional requests and to determine when meal has been completed.
  • Totals bill and accepts payment.
  • Clears or resets table at the end of each course.
  • Thanks patrons and kindly invites them back for future dining.
  • *The company reserves the right to add or change duties at any time.
Job Qualifications
  • Minimum 1-2 years of experince
  • Education: High school diploma or equivalent
  • Experience: Some previous work-related skill, knowledge, or experience
  • SafeServ certification
  • California Alcohol Seller / Server Certification
Skills
  • Excellent verbal communication
  • Active listening
  • Service orientation
  • Social perceptiveness

 

5. Kitchen Helper

OVERVIEW
Kitchen helpers clean and sanitize kitchen equipment, assist in basic food preparation, and with receiving and storing products in kitchens, restaurants, clubs, fast food outlets and catering companies. They have knowledge of general kitchen operations and of general food storage guidelines. This position gives kitchen helpers the opportunity to learn about kitchen and restaurant operations and the opportunity to work with and learn from chefs.

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
Kitchen helpers, and others who work in kitchens, are required to be in good health. They must also have the strength to lift and carry heavy items, and know how to do so properly. As well, a demonstrated interest in food preparation and kitchen operations is important. Beneficial experience and skills include time management skills, basic food preparation skills, basic cleaning and maintenance skills and knowledge of the products, cooking, sector and industry in general.

DUTIES
Assist in basic food preparation, clean kitchen equipment, load and unload dishwasher; scrub pots and pans, clean food preparation and storage areas, receive and store goods.

RECOMMENDED EDUCATION
A secondary school diploma is preferred. Courses in first aid and food safety are assets.

POSSIBLE CAREER PATHS
Line Cook, Apprentice, Kitchen Manager, Sous Chef, Chef, Executive Chef, Food and Beverage Manager.