Job Description – Assistant Chief Steward- Dishwashing Leadership (CLL03489)Employee Status:
Assistant Chief StewardThe Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is looking for an outgoing- friendly- motivated and keen person to fill the position of Assistant Chief Steward. This person will provide all the necessary support to the Chief Steward and the entire Stewarding Department. This position will introduce you to the inner workings of the hotels management team as well as teach you all the indispensable tools needed to better not only yourself- but also the Stewarding Department and the entire Food & Beverage Division.
Embrace your passion for hiking- skiing- snowboarding and many other outdoor activities in Banff National Park while pursuing a fulfilling career at Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise. Take a risk- make a change and experience a new adventure while further developing your career. To live and work in a National Park is a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Our team is a network of empowered individuals with a strong sense of themselves and the hospitality industry. Work hard- play hard and receive extraordinary benefits including subsidized onsite accommodations- which make saving money very easy to manage. Join our Fairmont family today!
Summary of Responsibilities: Reporting to the Chief Steward- responsibilities and essential job functions include but are not limited to the following:
Lead- teach- coach and inspire a team of up to 60 staff- including
Conduct semi-annual and periodic inventories to ensure par stocks and resource availability are maintained within all Food and Beverage outlets and kitchens and determine breakage
Conduct daily inspections of all Food and Beverage areas and kitchens on a daily basis to ensure cleanliness and compliance with local health/sanitation codes
Assist in the correct ordering and usage of all chemicals within the department and outlets- including appropriate training in accordance with provincial WHMIS legislation
Attend any required meetings including Department Head meetings- weekly Food and Beverage division meetings and stewarding meetings
Assist the Chief Steward with the recruitment- orientation- training and scheduling of all colleagues and supervisors
Assist the Chief Steward to exceed budgetary guidelines for operating supplies and labor
Provide support and direction to the team of leaders within Stewarding with respect to performance management and continuous learning
Foster an environment of cooperation within the department and between other departments within the hotel
Encourage participation and input from all colleagues while promoting professional work habits that will ensure that the department is being guided at all time by Fairmont`s Mission- Vision and Values
Have a proactive eye for detail and cleanliness
Review banquet event orders to forecast equipment and supply requirements
Actively participate in all of the hotel`s committees
Compliance with all safety regulations of assigned tasks and ensure a clean- safe working environment with active participation in the hotel`s health and safety program
Adhere to all environmental policies and programs as required
Other reasonable duties as assigned
Qualifications: 2 years leadership experience within the Stewarding department required or management experience within Food and Beverage Must have valid drivers license class 5 and be able to obtain an Alberta Drivers license Diploma or Degree in Hospitality Management an asset Excellent communication (written & verbal) and interpersonal skills Must be computer strong with knowledge of Excel- Word- and electronic mail Completion of Train the Trainer & Interaction Management an asset Must be results orientated- self motivated- highly organized with an eye for detail Must be committed to safety and good environmental practices in the work placeYou may be required to work on holidays- weekends- overnights and other non-day shifts. Submission of your application to Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise indicates that you are able to meet these requirements as needed. Visa Requirements:
Applicant must hold the proper authorization to be
legally eligible to work in Canada.