Food Service Coordinator
YMCA Camp Henry
Position: Food Service Coordinator, YMCA Camp Henry
Location: YMCA Camp Henry (June-September)
Contract Dates: June 27-Sept 3, 2021
Compensation: Starting at $570 per week, based on experience
YMCA Camp Henry is a seasonal summer camp and outdoor center located in Point Pelee National Park near Leamington, Ontario. Since 2017, Camp Henry has offered a variety of programs for children and youth ages 5-16 during the summer, including four and five night overnight camps, day camps, and family camp programs. Point Pelee National Park has many beautiful attractions that inspire children and youth. Our camp offers water- based activities like swimming, kayaking and canoeing and our land-based activities include archery, biking, crafts, games, exploring nature and day trips. All of our activities are designed to support the development of spirit, mind and body for all of our campers. YMCA Camp Henry also operates during the spring and fall seasons as an Outdoor Center, offering a variety of programs for schools, youth, families and private groups. Annually, Camp Henry hosts approximately 300 participants throughout the summer camp programs.
The Food Service Coordinator is responsible for managing the overall food service operation at camp, including preparation and delivery of all meals, supervising team members, ordering food and kitchen supplies, maintaining equipment, and managing the food service budget. The Food Service Coordinator should be comfortable working in an industrial kitchen and maintaining all regulations and standards that relate to food service. The Food Service Coordinator is expected to be flexible, willing to take on new projects, provide healthy meals, and eager to train staff in a fast paced, energetic environment. The Food Service Coordinator will report to the Camp Director.
- A complimentary YMCA membership which encourages you to embrace the Y’s philosophy of health and well-being
- Work cooperatively and communicate effectively with camp management, kitchen team members and all staff
- Planning and preparing balanced and nutritional menu plan (breakfast, lunch, dinner, desert, and snacks daily) for groups of up to 100 campers and staff
- Ensure all food is prepared and handled in a safe and healthy manner, the kitchen is a safe, clean, and sanitary workplace, and that Public Health guidelines are met
- Must maintain accurate and up to date inventory of entire kitchen
- Ensure kitchen and food storage areas are maintained at a consistently high level of cleanliness
- Responsible for managing the budget of the kitchen including food, supplies, and equipment
- Provide on-site leadership to the daily kitchen operations at camp
- Maintaining high level of camper care and safety at YMCA Camp Henry
- These people are responsible for establishing an enjoyable and safe working environment in the kitchen
Other Job Details:
This is a seasonal position and the successful candidate will live on site at YMCA Camp Henry in rustic accommodations from late June until the end of August or have the option to live off site if needed. This position will be expected to work Sunday mornings until Friday afternoon each week.
Qualifications & Experience:
- Valid CPR C/Standard First Aid
- Food Safe Handling Certificate
- Current clear Criminal Reference Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening as per current YMCA Human Resource policy
- Mature person with exceptional organizational, communication and relationship-building skills
- Experience working in a kitchen and/or camp environment
- Self Development
- Emotional Maturity
- Quality Results
- Decision Making
To Apply: Submit resume, cover letter and YMCA application form to: Nancy Knyf, General Manager of Overnight Camping at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the Job Title in the subject line. Deadline for application is April 21, 2021.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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