Cooking School Chef Level I

Job Description
Harmons has a fun opening for a Cooking School. Chef Level 1. The primary purpose of this position is to be a Harmons brand ambassador, to build foodie culture by teaching customers the recipes, skills and techniques they need to prepare meals at home using the high quality products, tools, and ingredients Harmons sells. This position manages the cooking school department under the direction of the Store Director.
Effectively markets and sells Harmons products
Ensures the Cooking School is clean, well-maintained and meets company standards of appearance
Manages the operations of the Cooking School Department under the direction of the Store Director
Works closely with the Cooking School Coordinator to oversee business and front-of-house operations
Sets the pace of the Cooking School under the direction of the Store Director and the Cooking School Director
Delivers excellent customer service while teaching hands-on, demonstration, chefâ  s table classes, hosting private events in the Cooking School and catering on-site special events
Appear as a Harmons representative on news spots and at other public events as assigned
Generate class content, plan menus, and purchase ingredients with the assistance of the Cooking School Coordinator
Develop recipes for use in the Harmons cooking schools
Works to continually improve Cooking School performance and sales
Completes assigned tasks efficiently and in a timely manner
Stays within inventory, budgeted projections, and contributes to the companyâ  s gross profit goals
Sets a professional and positive example to others
Communicates effectively and works closely with the Cooking School Coordinator
Communicates openly and frequently with Store Director
Ensures company standards for safety, sanitation, and productivity are maintained
A two year college or technical school degree in culinary arts; or any combination of education, experience, and training which provides the following knowledge, skills and abilities:
Ability to multitask while teaching
Have current TiPS Certification and Food Handlerâ  s Permit
Posses a wide range of knowledge in food, quality ingredients, food preparation, knife skills, cooking techniques, culinary sanitation and hygiene, kitchen safety and food presentation
Be approachable, personable, relaxed and passionate
Ability to interpret policies and procedures
Possess excellent organization and planning skills
Ability to prioritize tasks, maintain focus while multitasking, and balance friendliness with efficiency
Possess solid communication skills, including verbal, written, and listening skills in order to effectively and efficiently communicate with diverse groups of people
Ability to professionally and appropriately handle conflict
Ability to accept constructive review and be accountable for oneâ  s own success as well as the success of your team
Required to make logical, significant decisions using general, recognized skills and techniques
Possess integrity, a positive attitude, be mission-driven, and be self-directed with a demonstrated passion for Harmonâ  mission, the Harmons Cooking School mission and a commitment to working collaboratively
Continually strives to be product minded, customer minded, personnel minded, detailed, consistent and forward focused
Ability to work weekends, evenings and holidays
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an associate encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Work is generally performed in a safe and comfortable store environment with the possibility of frequent exposure to hot, cold and wet conditions. While performing the duties of this job, the associate is regularly required to grasp, push, pull, carry, stoop, twist, crouch, and reach; perform tasks requiring repetitive motion and eye, hand and foot coordination; hear and respond to customer inquiries. Also requires standing, walking and bending throughout the entire work day and the ability to maneuver heavy objects weighing up to 50 pounds from location to location.

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