The food Service program is within the Career and Technical Education Hospitality Career Cluster. Under the direction of the Principal, the Hospitality Teacher:
Facilitates student comprehension and application of concepts skills and behaviors that
contributes to core academic and technical skill proficiency, culminating in an industry credential
or certifications and/or post-secondary credit(s).
Provides a strong dining room and sales foundation in Culinary and Pastry Arts
Supports Pastry Arts and Culinary Arts programs
Provides simulated work environments for students to apply industry skills using all industry equipment and foods
Provides real work experience for students by selling products to the public either in the school environment or at catered events.
Will supervise and train the students to run the front of the house restaurant, in addition to the Culinary & Pastry kitchens. EDUCATION TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
5 years' industry work experience, must have 3-5 years' experience in front of the house food service program or establishment.
Must be eligible for ACF certification
, must have ServSafe Food Handler
or Manager, Allergen & Alcohol certifications by 9/01/22RIDE REQUIREMENTS:
CTE Quantity Food Service or CTE Baker (Vocational)
College degree in Hospitality preferred DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES AND CURRICULAR LINKAGES
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS STANDARDSplemental Information
- Understands and applies effective strategies and best practices to ensure student success
- Assists building administrator in obtaining Rhode Island Department of Education Program approval, NEASC accreditation, and industry accreditation.
- Participates in district and school based professional development activities.
- Provides rigorous and relevant instruction on approved hands on curriculum in the content area and general work-place readiness.
- Administers a variety of student assessment tools.
- Prepares lessons that encourage and foster proficient oral and written expression, critical thinking and applications.
- Develops and maintains positive and cooperative interactions and communications with parents, colleagues and community.
- Takes all necessary and safety precautions to protect students, equipment, material, and facilities.
- Maintains accurate and complete records as required by the district and state laws.
- Maintains and updates required industry certifications.
Possess successful background which ensures capabilities to succeed as an instructor in the field of Hospitality, Pastry and Culinary Arts. With a strong emphasis on front of the house dining room management proven experience and success.
Minimum five (5) years of recent (within last seven (7) years) trade based or equivalent full-time employment directly related to Culinary or Pastry Arts front of the house.
Pro-Start experience with curriculum and certification requirements
Record of involvement in professional organizations and community relations preferred
Experience with commercial baking and culinary equipment
Physical ability to perform all necessary tasks related to implementing the program
You must complete the new hire compliance training prior to your first day of employment
We offer a complete benefits package to full-time employees including health care, dental, vision, retirement, deferred compensation plans, flexible spending accounts, life insurance, holidays, and Personal Time Off (PTO).