The Director of Food & Beverage is responsible for the management and operations of the food and beverage departments to provide exceptional quality of product, choice and service to HSL's NewBridge on the Charles, a continuing multi-generational care retirement community. The Food & Beverage departments of culinary/kitchen, restaurants, and catering will serve the NewBridge's 256 independent living unit members in four dining rooms, a lounge, coffee/ice cream shop, several meeting/function rooms. A unique "country kitchen" (uni-serve) will serve small households within the 91 assisted living/memory support units and 268 unit Hebrew Rehabilitation Center on the NewBridge campus. Food and Beverage will also support the activities, programming and services offered to the members and staff of NewBridge, such as special/outdoor events. Responsible for procedural manuals, administration and operational plans, establishment and performance to profit objectives and standards of quality food service, cleanliness, merchandising, inventory control, promotions, creation of dietary needs menus and attractive collateral, aanalyzes business volumes and trends, F&B marketing and communication, compliance with all local, state and federal requirements relative to operation, equipment training, certification, and cleanliness. Must be committed to and an engaged participant in promoting the organization's core values of respect, dignity and empowerment for seniors and team members. Must be experienced in leading a diverse workforce and a leader that can build and inspire a team through motivation, synergy and open communications.BA/BS required with 7-10 years food & beverage management, healthcare management experience preferred. Experience in multi-outlet food/beverage, catering and eventmanagement preferred. Certification or ability to gain certification in Food Service Sanitation, TIPS, TIPS trainer, CPR Certification required. Proficiency in the use ofpertinent computer applications, including MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
Hebrew SeniorLife (HSL) is a 100+ year-old organization committed to maximizing the quality of life of seniors through an integrated network of housing, health care, research, and teaching programs, serving more than 3,500 seniors annually in the Greater Boston area.
Hebrew SeniorLife is a system of care for seniors that includes:
Hebrew Rehabilitation Center, a 640-bed long-term care facility, a short-term, post-acute care unit and a medical acute care unit in Boston
Three apartment complexes: Jack Satter House in Revere, Simon C. Fireman Community in Randolph and Center Communities of Brookline
The Institute for Aging Research in Boston
Orchard Cove , a continuing care retirement community in Canton
NewBridge on the Charles, a multigenerational community to be built on the Dr. Miriam and Sheldon G. Adelson Campus in Dedham
Hebrew SeniorLife also offers services to the community, including adult day health programs at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center and in Brighton; rehabilitation services; outpatient services; and home health care.