Lead Food Service Supervisor - ASPC - Winslow

Independently performs a variety of assigned kitchen duties, and/or instructs inmate labor/team members in preparation, and serving of correctional facility meals. Provides guidance, direction, and instruction to less experienced Food Service Supervisors and inmates.
Essential Job Functions
Independently prepares, assists, or instructs inmate labor/team members in the preparation of a variety of food items in accordance with departmental work production standards, standardized recipes, and Institution work instructions.
Will be required to handle production paperwork and/or sanitation paperwork essential to be in compliance with facility procedures.
Responsible for ensuring the cleaning and maintenance of all food service equipment and work areas is completed; confirm proper safety and sanitation practices are being followed.
Follows prescribed institution requirements in all preparation, oversight, and serving of correctional facility meals
Follows assigned institution housekeeping and safety practices as instructed.
Stores food and supplies in accordance with instructions.
Performs in high volume food production facilities preparing food for large groups.
May perform other duties as assigned.
Ability to motivate and supervise inmates and/or team members to attain quality and quantity of food production in a correctional work environment
Strong oral and written communication skills
Ability to exercise good judgment and tact
Must qualify for and maintain correctional facility security clearance
High School Diploma or Equivalent
At least two (2) years prior food service experience is preferred
Prior institutional food service or restaurant experience is a plus
Previous dietary aide/dietary food experience is plus
About Us:
Trinity Services Group is one of the leading providers of correctional food service in the nation. With our more than 40 years in the industry, our combined operations serve over 300,000 inmates daily in over 40 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S.Virgin Islands.

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