Executive Chef

Location Fayetteville, AR
Property Inn at Carnall Hall
Date Posted April 4, 2017
Job Type Food & Beverage, Management

Description

Fayetteville, AR – The Executive Chef is to direct food preparation, production, and control for all food outlets and banquet facilities of the hotel.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Responsible for enhancing the food product that is presented to guests
  • Make changes that respond to the marketplace and to guests’ needs, both present and anticipated
  • Recommend changes to the food product
  • Use market research to develop new products
  • Responsible for maintaining quality of food product and ensuring consistency in food delivery and standards
  • Work in support of team goals and measures effectiveness through the Food & Beverage profit and service performance of the hotel
  • Responsible for the selection, training, and development of the personnel within the department
  • Able to exercise hire and fire discretion within the hotel’s policies
  • Oversee divisional matters as they relate to federal, state and local employment and civil rights laws
  • Control the elements that determine profit and loss
  • Responsible for all major operating expenses
  • Set margins and manage the business against projections
  • Participate, support and make recommendations for ongoing hotel programs with continuous improvement in networking
  • Professionally represent the hotel in community and industry organizations and events
  • Participate as a team player with all departments
  • Provide constructive feedback to all departments
  • Be a leader and a role model to all employees

 

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