General Description: : As a member of the NFS leadership team, the Food System Supervisory Dietician is responsible for oversight of customer service and technology systems of self-operated, customer-centered meal service.Learn more about this agency
Manages the Food Service and Production operation with conventional cooking, convenience cooking, advance food preparation and delivery, or room service.Communicates and advises senior management officials regarding accomplishments, future needs and goals of the Food Service and Production operation.Develops and annually reviews standard operating procedures that relate to the administrative section. Coordinates programs with nursing and other services.Assesses quality and quantity of work produced utilizing nutrient analysis of menus, qualified product taste panels, safety and sanitation programs, Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point Program (HACCP), infection control program, menu review and other quality improvement monitors. Implements changes based on above monitors and systematic internal and external reviews to assure compliance with all regulatory agency requirements (i.e. Joint Commission of Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO), Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND), Food Code and specific VHA guidelines.Manages the prime vendor contracts, subsistence, and supply purchasing Manages the menu planning and implementation processes for N&F. Assures that all menus meet the nutrition requirement as established in the nutrition care manual, budgetary standards, production limitations, and food delivery system needs.Assures that requisitioning, receipt/storage, preparation and service of food conforms to quality/quantity and HAACP standards.Plans and coordinates equipment needs and develops requirements to meet the service's objectives. Assesses technological equipment innovations, automation, improvements in food production/food service systems and space utilization.Implements and maintains dietetic software for food production and service.Prepares financial reports and comparative data for the formulation of subsequent fiscal year budgets and forecasts.Conducts employee performance reviews and competency assessments, manages leave, and employee disciplinary problems. Ensures that all personnel actions concerning employees are consistent with Union and EEO principles.
Financial Disclosure Report: Not required
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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