Salary Range: Negotiable
Directly responsible to: Food Service Director during the summer, Executive Director Spring & Fall.
To assist with essential food service during the spring, summer, and fall to ensure it occurs properly and efficiently for all campers, staff, and guests. This non-profit organization serves 3 healthy meals to approximately 140 people a day during the summer. The food service department will become an integral part of the overall camp program and community.
Essential Job Functions:
- Prepare, cook and serve in accordance to proper Food Safety Regulations all required meals
as instructed by the Camp cook.
- Prepare, cook and serve alternative meals when necessary or requested.
- Supervise and mange support staff.
- Attend any necessary training as needed to maintain high quality food service.
- Ensure the kitchen and dining area is safe, secure and organized.
- Evaluate current season and make recommendations for following seasons.
- In seasonal operation, clean and prepare food service areas for use. Close kitchen down for off-season.
- Clean all used cooking dishes, utensils, surfaces and equipment.
- Help clean guest dishes, utensils and tables when needed.
- Complete all food service laundry from start to finish when needed.
- Remove all food service trash to outside container.
- Responsible for Recycling.
- Clean guest dining and food serving area.
- Experience in institutional or large food service setting.
- Experience in supervising effectively.
- Experience at a summer camp or residential program a plus.
- Must possess similar values and ideals to Camp Bishopswood’s philosophy and mission.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Knowledge of current ME State Department of Health code and safety laws and practices is preferred.
- Knowledge of and experience in preparation of special dietary foods.
- Ability to work well with others in a team setting is a must.
- Valid foodservice certifications, i.e. ServeSafe certificate.
Physical Aspects of the Job:
- Physical ability to lift and carry 50 pounds minimum.
- Physical mobility and endurance to perform tasks while standing/walking for long periods of time (60 minutes or more).
Ability to effectively communicate with parents of campers regarding dietary needs and restrictions.