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Become A Food Production Supervisor

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Working As A Food Production Supervisor

  • Getting Information
  • Judging the Qualities of Things, Services, or People
  • Guiding, Directing, and Motivating Subordinates
  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Identifying Objects, Actions, and Events
  • Unpleasant/Angry People

  • $30,340

    Average Salary

Example Of What A Food Production Supervisor does

  • Maintained cost control of food and labor.
  • Reviewed menus and analyzed recipes to determine labor and overhead costs and assigned prices to menu items.
  • Decreased food cost by $110k in first year.
  • Monitored compliance with health and fire regulations regarding food preparation, serving, and building maintenance in dining facilities.
  • Maintained schedules and shift reports; followed up on corrective action; implemented cross training program increasing productivity.
  • Recommend or implement measures to motivate employees and to improve production methods, equipment performance, product quality, or efficiency.
  • Facilitated FDA and OSHA regulations as per regulatory law.
  • Maintained and supervised the production levels of multiple cooks ensuring that all HAACP and corporate standards areadhered to.
  • Document on-sit reviews/periodic inspections recording food and equipment tempera- tures per the HACCP plan.
  • Worked part time while maintaining full course load Developed customer service and interpersonal skills Trained new employees
  • Cross trained all shifts in safety, GMP's etc.
  • Oversee the production of meals to consumed on all the major airlines.
  • Perform meal rounds, tray assessments in order to assess areas of improvement in patient/customer satisfaction.
  • Reduced food waste by following FIFO; systematic inventory; and controlling substitutions; evaluating expired products.
  • Established and adjusted work procedures to meet production schedules.
  • Assist Food and Beverage Director in daily operations.
  • Implement and review various safety procedures as fit for the food department.
  • Oversee all aspects of kitchen and business operations including facility maintenance, uphold company standards, policies and food safety standards.
  • Orient and train subordinates through in-services and food safety activities.

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Top Skills for A Food Production Supervisor

FoodSafetyFoodProductionEquipmentMenuItemsServiceProductionSupervisorCustomerServiceFoodCostHaccpFoodPreparationMajorAirlinesAddressCustomerComplaintsGMPPortionControlMenuPlanningProductionSchedulesCompanyStandardsProductQualityFifoHaacpSafetyProceduresDailyOperations

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Top Food Production Supervisor Skills

  1. Food Safety
  2. Food Production Equipment
  3. Menu Items
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Supervised staff to ensure compliance of Food Safety Program Policies were being followed correctly.
  • Reviewed menus and analyzed recipes to determine labor and overhead costs and assigned prices to menu items.
  • Established standards for personnel performance and customer service.
  • Decreased food cost by $110k in first year.
  • Promote quality assurance in all areas of food production in accordance with dietary standards to ensure compliance with HACCP guidelines.

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