Chef de Cuisine Red Feather Kitchen

Chef de Cuisine

Full Time • Red Feather Kitchen
Job Description:

50% Kitchen Leadership and Development - Provide overall direction and oversight for the Red Feather Back of House team. Ensure all areas are appropriately staffed and stocked for each successful shift. Lead team through high volume business times and ensure a safe, healthy, and clean environment for all guests. Collaborate closely with Front of House leadership to ensure a holistic team dynamic. Meet regularly with senior leadership to review company policies and implement at the store level. Enforce standard operating procedures and create system improvements as necessary. Ensuring kitchen staff adhere to standards, procedures, department rules, and sanitation requirements. Embody core values of the company and lead by example. Hire and train line cooks, Sous Chefs, and dishwashers. Develop and empower team to continue to grow and expand. Maintain accountability with all Back of House employees and handle discipline as needed. Other duties as assigned. 

25% Menu - Develop menu items focusing on seasonality, regular rotation, and locally available products. Select and source products, develop vendor lists, and product guides. Develop recipes and adjust as needed. Maintain professional knowledge by tracking emerging culinary trends. Work with Front of House leadership to design collaborative menus that enhance the guest experience. Educate the Back of House team about the menu and encourage active engagement. Educate Front of House leadership about menu and empower them to train their teams about menu items. 

15% Financial Oversight - Regularly review sales data to ensure financial success of Back of House operations. Control inventory waste or spoilage through cross utilization and proper tracking of product. Review and adjust menu pricing for new and existing items. Handle ordering and negotiate with vendors for fair pricing. Review and approve schedule for proper labor utilization. Meet with senior leadership to discuss monthly finances and discuss PNL statements. Develop and implement strategies to increase sales.

5% Production - Ensure line items are properly prepared prior to service. Review prep lists. Preparing ingredients used in safe, sanitary processes. Following all food safe guidelines for storage and labeling. 

5% Customer Service - Responding to customer concerns during service. Maintain and exceed patron satisfaction by monitoring and evaluating food and service offerings. Building relationships with preferred guests. 

  • Previous back of house restaurant experience with a minimum of 3 years in a leadership role 
  • Extensive knowledge of food preparation, as well as kitchen equipment and procedures 
  • Knowledge of sanitation procedures
  • ServSafe certification required
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong customer service skills
  • Comfortable developing menus and recipes
  • Able to work well with a team as well as independently 
  • Able to work on your feet for extended periods of time
  • Able to work flexible schedule including evenings, weekends, and holidays

  • Employee discounts at all Red Feather Trade Cooperations
  • Growth and advancement opportunities
Compensation: $45,000.00 per year

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Flexible Schedule
Between multiple operations we have schedules to fit the needs of most people. Many of us are working parents ourselves and understand the need for flexibility.
Competitive Wages
We believe that the service industry should be a viable employment path and work to offer pay structures to support our teams. Pooled tips and gratuity combined with competitive base wages provide a solid foundation.
Paid Time Off
All regular full time employees accrue paid leave to be used for vacation, paid sick leave, or personal health days.
Employee Discount
All staff receive 20% off from our operations including meals as well as retail shopping from our market and pony keg.
Growth Opportunities
RFTC is always looking to the future and pushing into new territory. We believe in growing with the team we have and that exemplify our brand values. For those ready to grow we always find new challenges and opportunities for our staff.