Kitchen Manager Duties:
Controls – Accounting, Process and Access
Maintains all financial records for the Hospitality Administration, and Culinary Arts programs to include but not limited to instructor requisitions for supplies, purchase orders and invoices as well as cost information for each class offered.
Implements effective controls of food, beverages, supplies and equipment costs and monitors the budget to ensure efficient operation.
Maintains store room(s), rotates stock and mitigates inventory shrinkage.
Controls food and beverage services supplies by meeting with sales representatives; negotiating prices, developing preferred supplier lists; placing and receiving all food and supply orders, reviewing and evaluating usage reports; analyzing variances; taking corrective actions.
Maintains a working inventory and ensures proper function of all classroom equipment.
Receipts and accepts delivery of food and beverage products, supplies and equipment and verifies accuracy of delivery to purchase orders, stocking reports and returns to vendors.
Issues and delivers items to instructors in accordance with requisition policies and procedures established by the Assistant to the President for Business Services and the Dean of Workforce Development and Technology.
Maintains the integrity of locked storage areas investigates irregularities and files reports of findings with the Assistant to the President for Business Services.
Administration & Reporting
Prepares financial reports for the Assistant to the President for Business Services under the guidance of the College Business Office.
Prepares documentation to support expenditures, purchases, production and distribution of food, beverage or supply items related to College sanctioned special events.
Conducts analysis of financial problem areas related to the Hospitality Administration, and Culinary Arts programs and prepares corrective action plans for the Assistant to the President for Business Services.
Attends regularly scheduled meetings with the Assistant to the President for Business Services and the Dean of Workforce Development and Technology, to discuss the operations of the Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts Programs.
Typing, emailing, filing, data entry, faxing, copying and compiling.
Provides oversight of the Hospitality Administration computer laboratory and reports malfunctions to the College’s Information Services Division.
Schedules routine maintenance and repairs for all equipment located in the Hospitality Administration and Culinary Arts program areas.
Safety & Health
Maintains records and ensures compliance with any federal, state or local regulatory agency policies or directives to include health department, fire department and other agency regulations that pertains to food and beverage safety and sanitation, life safety and occupational safety.
Ensures the food preparation areas are sanitary and coordinates this requirement with the campus maintenance staff.
Evening Office Manager Duties:
1. The Evening Office Manager will report directly to the Assistant to the President for Business Services
2. Provide directional guidance to students and visitors from 5pm to 7pm four (4) nights a week.
3. Assist in maintaining Bookstore inventory, supplies and culinary uniforms.
4. Assist students in completing Business Office functions via the Colleges electronic system.
5. Assist with cash receipting for Business Office revenues and Bookstore sales from 5pm to 7pm four (4) nights a week.
6. Will work extended hours during all three registration periods.
7. Assist in implementing college policies, objectives and functions in accordance with the college philosophy and procedures.
The Kitchen & Evening Office Manager will be expected to attend required meetings, stand for several hours during a shift, travel between campuses and assume other duties and responsibilities as assigned by appropriate personnel.
Approximately 300,000 people are served annually by all of the entities of our system, including AIDT, ATN, workforce development, and adult education. Of those served, approximately 125,000 are enrolled in credit courses.
The Alabama Community College System’s commitment to access is characterized by statewide geographical locations, open enrollment, and low-cost tuition, as well as a variety of programs and services that remove barriers to college entrance, education pathways and workforce training opportunities. In addition, thousands of citizens statewide enjoy access to our facilities for community activities and enrichment programs.
The Alabama Community College System is committed to providing a unified system of institutions delivering excellence in academic education, adult education, and workforce development.
The Alabama Community College System provides:
General education and other collegiate programs at the freshman and sophomore levels prepare students for transfer to four-year institutions to complete baccalaureate degrees, as well as an upper division university that provides selected baccalaureate programs.
Adult Education focuses on improving individuals’ skills, productivity and training with GED preparation and testing, basic skills, and English as a Second Language
Workforce development initiatives provide customized, flexible, short-term training programs that are responsive to industry needs—from highly specialized training to programs that help prepare entry level employees to meet growing demands.
Bay Minette, AL 36507
1900 US Highway 31 South
Bay Minette, AL 36507