Working with the Food Services Manager

Position Description: Working with the Food Services Manager, coordinates and supervises the operations of the Food Services Department in accordance with company policies and MOH-LTC legislation.

LTC homes and residents are impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and are in dire need of individuals who are able to support them during this difficult time.

Potential Responsibilities May Include:

● Helps oversee all duties performed by the dietary staff

● Supervises the preparation and service of all meals and nourishments

● Ensures that food is prepared according to standardized menus and recipes and are suitable for residents

● Forecasts menu requirements and prepares production sheets and orders for staff

● Ensures that cleaning and safety procedures are followed during pandemic protocol

● Assists in completing regular inventory and grocery orders

● Assists in the orientation of new employees

● Resolves routine work problems and grievances

● Assists in the staff training and education program

● Other duties as required, including some clinical nutrition duties (as needed) Qualifications:

● Must be a member of CSNM (Canadian Society of Nutrition Management)

● Point Click Care, Synergy on Demand, and Microsoft Office tools an asset

● Excellent communication and organizational skills

● Good interpersonal skills for dealing with all types of people

● Good problem solving skills

● The ability to work effectively in a team environment

● The ability to remain composed when faced with unexpected problems and stressful situations

● A love of food

● A resident-focused approach

Application Procedure: Qualified candidates please send your:

Resume Contact Name/Title: Maria Biasutti, RD

Email: Or visit our website at

The LTC home is in Toronto and the candidate must be willing to work in a home with a COVID outbreak, things are starting to stabilize now. There is available hotel accommodations and meals for those who would like to work but isolate themselves.

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