Good Samaritan Society Food and Nutrition Supervisor in Tripp, South Dakota
Food and Nutrition Supervisor
Location: 7930 - GSS Tripp
300 N Dobson St, Box 370
Tripp, South Dakota, 57376-0370
Employment Type: Full-Time
Hourly: 14.00 - 16.25
Is responsible to monitor department compliance with local, state, and federal regulations, and to perform the following according to Good Samaritan mission, location standards and procedures:
Monitors department compliance with local, state and federal regulations.< style="MARGIN-BOTTOM: 6pt; tab-stops: 64.5pt">Monitors procurement, storage, preparation, distribution and service of food under sanitary conditions.< style="MARGIN-BOTTOM: 6pt; tab-stops: 64.5pt">Oversees and assures appropriate nutritional care for all residents according to physician orders, state/federal regulations and resident care plans within scope of practice for profession when applicable. Assures nutritious appetizing meals, snacks and supplements are planned, prepared, and served in a pleasant atmosphere.< style="MARGIN-BOTTOM: 6pt; tab-stops: 64.5pt">Engage with employees daily and make certain staff has what is required to be successful in their position. Demonstrates understanding of the work for positions supervised; ensures staff schedule is adequate and updated accordingly; assures daily work is assigned and provides staff authority to complete. Updates staff on changes in workload or workplace and provides structured feedback. Assesses staff competency and plans for education needs in conjunction with director of food and nutrition services. Provides recognition to employees who perform their duties correctly and consistently, exceeding expectations; encourages others to improve performance.< style="MARGIN-BOTTOM: 6pt; tab-stops: 64.5pt">Checks equipment before use and notifies supervisors or maintenance staff of problems. Operates dishwashing and kitchen equipment safely. Follows location infection control procedures and OSHA and CDC guidelines that apply to blood borne pathogens while serving food, assisting residents and cleaning.< style="MARGIN-BOTTOM: 6pt; tab-stops: 64.5pt">Provides residents with opportunities for independence and choice consistent with their care plans and their cultural, ethnic and religious food preferences. Ensures residents' common dining areas are pleasant and orderly. Receives and shares information; observes and reports residents' conditions to appropriate staff.
Prior applicable food service experience is preferred to be hired into this job. Chef and/or cook experience beneficial. Completion of an accredited dietary manager's course approved by Association of Nutrition and Foodservice Professionals education is preferred.
Must become ServSafe certified within 90 days of employment.
Basic ability to communicate and comprehend; ability to measure and comprehend certain quantities.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, marital status or other protected status.