Collegiate Foodservice Opportunities

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Job Detail

1790
Fall 2022
Culinary Services Manager II (Assistant Director/Purchasing Manager)
University of Montana Western
Dining Services
Full Time
Assistant Director
$40,000 - $49,999

The ideal candidate would be someone who:

  • is a culinarian
  • can act as a confident leader, command a kitchen and draw a team to their cause – find ways to increase efficiency and maintain positivity of the team as a whole
  • has a vision for a new dining center and conference and events space to build out in the next 5 years  
  • is excited about making the dining operation on campus bigger and more exciting (expanding the catering program, retail operations, concessions service, etc.)  
  • encourages growth and development of teammates
  • is technologically savvy in order to complete data driven projects, manage a computer-based menu management system, and make evidenced based decisions in regards to menu and recipe development, product selection, etc.

 

Dillon is a fantastic community to live in. It is very family centered, quiet and simple. We have two coffee shops and a few drive-through coffee huts along with two grocery stores, one of which has a Starbucks. We have a splash pad downtown that kids and visitors of all ages enjoy. We are only two hours from Bozeman and dare I say Dillon is still real Montana. Dillon is a cowboy town hosting an excellent Labor Day rodeo each year. We are surrounded by a number of mountain ranges and miles of public land (great for hunters and outdoorspeople). Clark Canyon Reservoir is less than 30-minutes away for lake lovers. It’s wonderful!

 

The opportunity to join our team comes with the potential to build a program from the ground up. The possibilities for improvement are limitless. With the right person in place, the dining service can become whatever one can envision. 

NOTE: The above information is provided by the employer. The National Association of College & University Food Services does not verify the accuracy of these statements.