- Completion of secondary school is usually
- Completion of a community college program in
food service administration, hotel and restaurant
management or related discipline OR several years
of experience in food preparation or service are
Supervise and co-ordinate activities of staff who
prepare and portion food. Ensure food service and
quality control. Maintain records of stock,
repairs, sales and wastage.
Train staff in job duties, sanitation and safety
procedures. Establish methods to meet work
Working with others, oral communication, reading
text, document use, writing, numeracy, problem
solving, decision making, critical thinking, job
task planning and organizing, significant use of
memory, computer use and finding information.
Working hours for food service supervisors usually
include days, evenings, weekends and holiday work.
A food service supervisor works under considerable amounts of pressure.