Kitchen Managers share responsibility with restaurant GM for the total operations of a single Red Robin restaurant, including all aspects of profit and loss, hiring/training of management and hourly team, daily execution of safety/sanitation, quality food preparation and guest service. Responsible for the proper execution and operation of the kitchen department, including all hiring/training of assistant kitchen managers and hourly team. May assume responsibility overseeing another cost are or specific hourly department other than the kitchen. Assist GM with restaurant specific priority plan tactic accomplishment. Share responsibility with the GM for the cleanliness, repair and maintenance of the physical building.
- Priority planning/weekly business cycle tasks.
- Continuing training, manager meeting, one-to-one counseling and reviews.
- Daily shift execution/on service floor.
- Line checks/food receiving and quality assurance.
- Office work/administrative tasks.
- Repair and maintenance of equipment and facilities.
- Scheduling, coaching and training team members.
- At least 2 years of full-service restaurant operation experience at the Kitchen Manager or Assistant General Manager level.
- At least 21 years of age.
- HS degree or equivalent preferred Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Ability to organize, train and direct team of at least 50 persons.
- Bi-lingual preferred. Must have understanding of food safety and sanitation practices and execution.
- Serve Safe Certification.
- State and local alcohol enforcement where applicable.
- Performs a variety of tasks.
- A certain degree of creativity and latitude is required.
- Typically works under general supervision and reports to a GM.
Performs nurse aide duties that provide for the physical and emotional needs of the assigned patients.
- Adheres to RAH Staffing Services policies and State Practice Act.
- Performs work under the supervision of the Supervising Nurse.
- Performs nurse aides duties, not limited to: personal care of the patient (bathing, dressing, or hygiene, toileting activities and feeding), transferring and ambulation activities, range of motion exercises, vital signs (temperature, pulse rate, respiration rate, and blood pressure), and post mortem care.
- Receives direction from licensed nurses in planning and carrying out nursing aide care.
- Observes and reports to the licensed nurse the physical and psychological condition of the patient including any changes.
- Reports safety hazards and unusual incidents involving patients, visitors or self to the Supervising Nurse and to the office.
- Performs the following, provided that he/she has been trained, demonstrated competency and it is within the facility policy and state law; enemas, colostomy care, wound care and catheter care.
The Certified Nurse Aide will not perform any of the following:
- Taking or transcribing physician orders
- Preparing and administering parental medications
- Activities outside the Scope of Practice for CNA as outlined in the State Practice Act.
Education, Experience, Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Availability
- Graduate of a state approved Certified Nurse Aide course.
- Six months experience within the past 2 years as a Certified Nurse Aide.
- Currently certified in the state as a Certified Nurse assistant. Passing score on RAH’s Nurse Aide Competency exam.
- Meets the health requirements for employees providing direct patient care.
- Read, write, speak, and understand English as needed for the job.
- Have valid driver’s license and use of an insured automobile for work or access to adequate transportation.
- Annual tuberculin skin test or x-ray and periodic health statesmen signed by a licensed health examiner and any other health tests or immunizations required by facility.
Job Description :
The Licensed Electrician is responsible for DTZ maintained equipment to include direct replacement of equipment or motors, electrical testing of existing equipment, replacement of ballasts, and low voltage wiring feeds. In addition, this individual will assume HVAC related maintenance to include troubleshooting of HVAC equipment, belt and filter changes, and other mechanical related responsibilities. This position does include new installations, capital projects, and projects outside of the preventive maintenance program. This is a working position to include performing preventive maintenance on all equipment both electrical and HVAC related.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
All items below are based on existing preventative maintenance program items.
- Install electrical equipment and components in a neat and professional manner, in accordance with the National Electric Code, and local building codes.
- Install branch circuit piping and wiring required for general power and lighting, distribution transformers, motor control circuits, panel boards, power distribution units and computer floor power wiring to equipment.
- Electrical lighting, signal, communication, power circuits and equipment.
- Isolate defects in wiring, switches, motors and other electrical equipment or components using suitable troubleshooting testing instruments.
- Examine and test elements of electrical systems to locate faults, such as blown fuses, short circuits, broken wires, loose connections, and worn motor brushes.
- Replace faulty switches, sockets, plugs, fuses, insulators, and other elements of electrical systems, fixtures and applications.
- Install conduit, wiring, receptacles, switches and fixtures for existing applications as directed.
- Replace defective equipment parts such as gears, bushings and bearings, other related electrical parts.
- Replace lamps and ballasts as required.
- Perform annual preventative maintenance of, VFD’s panels, and transformers.
- Adhere to established electrical work order preventive maintenance schedules.
- Maintain tools and equipment in good working order.
- Performs monthly test and inspection of all Emergency Generators.
- Maintains and update Emergency Generator log book.
- Uninterruptible power systems
- Monitors and records input and output amps, frequency A/C and D/C voltage readings as required.
- Visual inspection of area.
- Performs and coordinates preventive maintenance and/or repairs.
- Perform complex testing of electrical power transformers as mandated by NETA, IEEE, ANSI, and NEC. This includes insulation resistance testing, over current device coordination/calibration and testing, transformer insulation oil analysis for dielectric strength, and infrared survey of electrical and mechanical systems.
- As required, estimate materials needed and record time and materials expended on each work order.
- Conduct routine building inspections to assess needs relating to electrical work and maintenance.
- Assist DTZ Building Engineers when directed.
- Perform additional duties as directed by DTZ.
- Possess a high school diploma or an approved GED. Possess a current Master’s or Journeyman Electrician’s License.
- Three to five years experience performing electrical maintenance in a commercial/ life science facility
- Knowledge of the National Electrical Code, AC and DC motor power and control methods, all facets of cabling and raceway systems, blueprint reading, mathematics, and preventive/predictive maintenance.
- Good communication skills
- Capable of analyzing and solving problems with various electrical, HVAC and BMS controls systems.
- Must be willing to continue training in their skill set to maintain knowledge in the latest equipment and technologies in their assigned duties.
- Have the ability and willingness to work overtime and participate in on-call rotation and support after hours events.
Auto-Chlor System is a service focused, nationwide leader providing ware washing equipment and cleaning products to the restaurant and foodservice industry for the past 75 years. Our service people and products help keep the dining public safe and healthy when visiting our customers.
The Branch Manager works to achieve growth in number of customers served, increased sales and profitability of the existing account base, and the ongoing training and development of staff to achieve these goals. This is a hands-on position working in the field with both our customers and employees.
The Branch Manager will deal with all aspects of business operations at their assigned branch including hiring, motivation and management of staff, customer relations, sales, equipment repair and service, collections and financial management. We value high intelligence, strong management and leadership skills, dedication to customer service, and an aggressive sales orientation.
If you are seeking to build a career in this growing and stable industry we would like to talk to you.
Our successful Branch Managers come from a variety of management backgrounds. These individuals have, at a minimum, a two year degree, 2-5 years of progressive leadership experience, and a proven track record of success in a sales and service driven industry.
- Review a diverse variety of corporate, individual, or high net worth tax returns
- Diversify time between the tax and audit team
- review tax reporting documents
- preparation of tax work papers and calculations
Who we are looking for
- CPA MST or MSA a plus
- years of experience in either the Big 4 or regional accounting firms.
- excellent MS Office skills