The Statler Hotel is the showcase for Cornell University's world-renowned School of Hotel Administration, and, for many visitors, the gateway to the university. Located at the center of Cornell's beautiful campus—in the heart of the scenic Finger Lakes region of New York State—it has earned the dual distinction as the Ithaca area's only AAA Four Diamond Award-winning property and the Ivy League's only ‘teaching hotel.’
As a member of the Statler Hotel's Culinary Department management team, assists in overseeing the 2nd floor kitchen operations of the Statler Hotel. Is responsible for all kitchen operations of Taverna Banfi and Regent Lounge. This includes meeting all the standards of restaurant, room service and Regent Lounge. Ensures all kitchen departments work together and report to the Executive Chef. Assists with execution of a la carte & buffet operations, production kitchen, maintaining budget goals, supervising staff, forecasting and execution of production, maintaining standards, and performing other duties.
A.S. degree in Culinary Arts. A four year degree in Culinary Arts or Hospitality Management is preferred.
2-3 years experience in kitchen management position is required.
Must be proficient in baking, soup building, preparation of salads and entrees in bulk.
Ability to train and supervise employees effectively. Ability to organize and plan work.
Strong mentoring skills with the ability to mentor students to act/think like managers through role modeling, supervision and feedback.
Strong communication and excellent organization skills required.
Professional demeanor indicative of what is expected in industry and the ability to create, with hotel management, a dynamic and experiential learning environment for students.
Basic computer skills, including Word, Excel and food ordering system (ADACO).
Must maintain an up to date "food managers" safety certification (NEHA).
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