LCV EUCOM Turkey IJP: Manager - Food Services - Military veterans preferred

Kellogg Brown & Root (


  full-time   employee



LCV EUCOM Turkey IJP: Manager - Food Services

Provides leadership and direction to Cooks and all Food Service Workers in order to plan, organize, and manage all aspects of Food Services. Regular Hands On food preparation, cooking, deep cleaning, inventories and rations break down essential. Other duties as necessary in support of the Food Service Operations required. Ensures resources are applied to achieve highest standards of service to client specifications. Monitors standards and completes relevant documentation. Implements training programs. Ensures compliance with client/company health and safety regulations. Plans and oversees the execution of special functions. Has hiring authority to employ the correct caliber of Food Services staff.

Preferred Qualifications and Skills Requirements

o Be able to obtain and maintain food service medical clearance

o The ability to operate and provide service in austere locations

o Knowledge of Military (Tri - Service Food Code/TB Med 530) regulations and policies governing, at a minimum, food storage, preparation, and serving.

o Knowledge of AR 30-22, DA PAM 30-22, TM 4-41.11 and TM 4-41.12

o Possess or be able to obtain ServSafe certification and proctorship

o Army Food Management Information Systems (AFMIS) and Subsistence Total Order and Receipt Electronic System (STORES) experience is a plus

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