Hyatt Chef de Cuisine in SAN FRANCISCO, California
The goal of the Chef de Cuisine is to manage a specific restaurant. The Chef de Cuisine will take council from the Executive Chef to create, implement menu and concepts but the position is designed so that individuals will work in a manner that is consistent as that of an independent owner/operator.
Responsibilities include: * Act as senior leadership by developing and assuming key management responsibilities * Assume the role of liaison between all dining room operations and culinary staff * Supervise the preparation and cooking of various food items * Develop and implement creative menu items within the restaurant concept * Plan, coordinate & implement special events and holiday functions * Manage hourly kitchen employees through scheduling, payroll, training, coaching, evaluating and hiring * May manage other key culinary leadership rolls including supervisor and other less senior Sous Chefs * Lead and coach the team towards achieving exceptional guest service and employee satisfaction results * Monitor food production, ordering, cost, and quality and consistency on a daily basis * Participate in marketing events directly related to their specific restaurant
* In-depth skills and knowledge of all kitchen operations * Possess strong leadership, communication, organization and relationship skills * Experience with training, basic financial management and customer service * Proficient in general computer knowledge * A true desire to exceed guest expectations in a fast paced customer service environment * Capable of producing a consistent product in a timely manner * Strong training and communication skills * Culinary education and/or on the job training, independent restaurant experience is preferred * Geographic and schedule flexibility preferred
Primary Location: US-CA-San Francisco
Organization: Grand Hyatt San Francisco
Pay Basis: Yearly
Job Level: Full-time
Req ID: SAN018555
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