Do you want to apply your culinary skills in an environment that makes a difference in the lives of some of our most vulnerable citizens? Roo Lan Memory Care is looking to add a full time Cook Supervisor to the team at Memory Care Lodges. The Supervisor is responsible for all aspects of cooking, ordering, preparing, and serving meals to our Memory Care buildings.
Accountability: The supervisor reports directly to the Nurse Manager and the Campus Administrator.
- High School Diploma or GED
- WA State Food Handlers Permit
- 2 years’ work experience in a commercial or institutional setting
Salary/Compensation: Compensation rates depend on qualifications and experience of applicant. To be negotiated during interview process.
- Medical benefits including medical, dental, & vision
- Paid sick and vacation time
- Company 401k Retirement Plan
- Free Life Insurance
- Access To Public Transportation
- We Promote from Within
Required Job Skills:
- Ability to work with and around residents with memory or cognitive impairments
- Excellent leadership skills and ability to coordinate staff
- Can work weekends and holidays when required
- Serve Safe
Duties and Responsibilities:
- The Cook Supervisor assumes full responsibility for the cooking shift rotation.
- Responsible for the quality and quantity of meals prepared and served to our memory care residents.
- Coordinate menus for Holidays and Special events
- The Cook Supervisor is responsible for ordering and receiving all necessary food and ingredients for meal plans.
- Must maintain records and invoices of all purchases.
- Monitors safety and sanitation standards to ensure residents are safe from possible illness or infection related to food preparation and service.
- All department hiring, training and supervising of kitchen staff is the responsibility of the Cook Supervisor.
- Responsible for managing staff schedules for the kitchens ensuring that all shifts are properly staffed.
Location: Olympia, WA
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- Lift up to 10 lbs: Frequently required to lift medical charts, supplies, and resident’s personal items, e.g. clothing and food items.
- Lift 11 – 25 lbs: Frequently required when lifting soiled bed linens.
- Lift 26 – 50 lbs: Frequently required when transferring a non-weight bearing resident weighing between 100 – 160 pounds. Two aides are typically utilized when resident is unusually heavy or combative• Carry up to 10 lbs: Frequently required to carry medical charts, supplies, and resident’s personal items, e.g., Clothing and food items.
- Carry up to 20 lbs: Frequently may be required when carrying soiled bed linens and carrying to the collection point.
- Carry 26 – 50 lbs: Frequently required for very short distances, when assisting an ambulatory resident to transfers.
- Carry over 50 lbs: Frequently required for very short distances when transferring a non-ambulatory resident weighing between 100 – 130 pounds. Two aides are typically utilized when resident is usually heavy or combative.
- Reach About Shoulder Height: Occasionally when reaching for information or supplies located on shelves.
- Reach Below Shoulder Height: Frequently occurs while assisting with grooming and hygiene.
- Grasping: Frequently grasping while transferring resident and assisting with grooming and hygiene, and while documenting care.
- Handling: Constantly handling resident’s personal items, blood pressure gauge, thermometer, and eating utensils.
- Fingering: Occasionally occurs while documenting resident’s medical charts.
- Controls/Equipment: Blood pressure gauge, thermometer, etc.
OTHER PHYSICAL CONSIDERATIONS
- Twisting: Occasionally may occur while transferring resident.
- Bending: Frequently occurs while taking vital signs, assisting resident in bathing, providing peri care, etc.
- Squatting: Occasionally may occur while bathing residents, also required when putting on shoes and socks of residents, and also when making eye to eye contact while talking if resident is in wheelchair.
DURING AN 8 HOUR DAY, EMPLOYEE IS REQUIRED TO
- Sit: 1 -2 Hours
- Stand: 1-3 hours
- Walking: 1-3 hours
Varies from carpeting, linoleum, and tile. When seated, typically an office-type chair or a kitchen type chair.
COGNITIVE AND SENSORY REQUIREMENTS
- Talking: Necessary for communicating with residents and staff.
- Hearing: Necessary for taking instruction from charge nurse and request of resident.
- Sight: Necessary for doing job correctly and effectively.
- Tasting/Smelling: Smelling is required for accurate maintenance and detection of wounds, urinary track problems etc.
SPECIFIC VOCATIONAL PREPARATION REQUIREMENT
State certification (required within four months of employment)
OTHER TRAINING SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
Annual continuing education of 12 in-service hours per year.
SUMMARY OF OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE
- Blood-borne Pathogens
- Task and procedures performed by employee involved risks classified by CDC as:
- Category I (Direct contact with blood or other bodily fluids to which universal precautions apply)
- Category II (Activity performed without blood exposure but exposure may occur in emergency)
- Category III (Task/activity does not entail predictable or unpredictable exposure to blood)
REFER TO EXPOSURE CONTROL PLAN FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
OTHER CONSIDERATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
In this position, the employee is required to be on his or her feet continually throughout the day. In a full-time nonrestrictive basis, the employee must be able to lift at least 50 pounds of weight, which is required when transferring a resident from a bed to a wheelchair. A transfer belt (gait belt) is necessary and required when transferring any non-weight bearing resident. This is for the safety of not only the resident, but also the aide. Other nurses’ aides are available to assist with heavier residents if needed.