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Restaurant Managers, Cooks, Pantry Cooks, & Food Production Assistants (for special needs students) Christina Murray Work Based Coordinator Culinary Arts teacher Monroe Boces 2 3589 Big Ridge Road Spencerport N.Y. 14559 firstname.lastname@example.org
Outlook of Industry Significant Points: Many young people worked as cooks and food preparation workersalmost 20 percent were between 16 and 19 years old. More than 2 out of 5 food preparation workers were employed part time. Job openings are expected to be plentiful, primarily reflecting substantial replacement needs in this large occupation.
Trends of Industry A Change in Restaurant Choice (quality but less expensive) Consumers are Eating out More Often (due to busy life style) Consumers Want Fresh Ingredients (healthy foods) On Display Cooking (like on TV. food network) Provide More Value-Added Prepared Foods (that will help with labor shortage in restaurants)
Departments /Subdivisions Students with special needs are best to begin in the subdivisions of Food Production Assistant, Pantry cook, cook, & Restaurant Manger positions
Departments or Sub-Divisions in the Food Service Industry Restaurant Manager Cook Pantry Cook Food Production Assistant
Career Tracks Restaurant Management Place orders with supplier and schedule delivery. Check quality of deliveries of fresh food and baked goods. Contact suppliers to order supplies such as tableware, cooking utensils, and cleaning items. Arrange for maintenance and repair of equipment and other services. Total receipts and make bank deposits. Select or create menu items based on many considerations. Assign prices based on cost analysis. Recruit, hire, and oversee training for staff. Schedule work hours for servers and kitchen staff. Monitor food preparation and methods. Resolve customer complaints about food quality or service. Direct cleaning of kitchen and dining areas to maintain sanitation standards. Keep appropriate records. Monitor actions of staff and customers to ensure that health and safety standards and liquor laws are obeyed. Maintain budget and employee records, prepare payroll, and pay bills. Monitor records if work is done by a bookkeeper. Estimate the amount of food that will be needed.
Career Tracks Pantry Cook: Measure, mix, and cook ingredients according to recipes. Use a variety of pots, pans, knives, and other equipment to prepare and serve food. Regulate temperatures of ovens, broilers, and grills. Direct the work of other cooks and kitchen workers. May train cooks and kitchen workers. Clean or inspect equipment or work areas. Keep records of quantities of food supplies used. Estimate needs and order food supplies. May help plan meals and develop menus.
Career Tracks Food Prep Assistant Handle and move objects. Perform activities that use the whole body. Monitor events, materials, and surroundings. Communicate with supervisors, peers, or subordinates. Estimate sizes, quantities, time, cost, or materials needed.
Career Tracks Cooks Wrist-Finger Speed The ability to make fast, simple, repeated movements of the fingers, hands, and wrists Manual Dexterity The ability to quickly make coordinated movements of one hand, a hand together with its arm, or two hands to grasp, manipulate, or assemble objects Memorization The ability to remember information such as words, numbers, pictures, and procedures Information Ordering The ability to correctly follow a given rule or set of rules in order to arrange things or actions in a certain order. The things or actions can include numbers, letters, words, pictures, procedures, sentences, and mathematical or logical operations. Written Comprehension The ability to read and understand information and ideas presented in writing
Compensation/Salary Restaurant Manager: The median wage for restaurant managers is $2,980 per month ($17.21 per hour). Half of all restaurant managers earn between $2,330 and $3,930 per month ($13.42 and $22.65 per hour). Pantry Cook: The average earnings for an entry level worker is $14,836 The average earnings for a worker is $17,239
Compensation/Salary Cook: Median hourly earnings of chefs and head cooks were $13.43 The middle 50 percent earned between $9.86 and $19.03. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $7.66, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $25.86 per hour.
Compensation/Salary Food Prep Assistant: Nationally, the median wage for food preparation assistant is $1,360 per month ($7.85 per hour). Half of all food preparation assistant earn between $1,160 and $1,630 per month ($6.72 and $9.43 per hour).
Tips on Getting Hired To be able to work as part of a team. Must have good hygiene habits. People Skills Good Speaking Skills Listening Skills Interpersonal Skills
National Major Players Which one do you want to work for ?
Love Hate Tips LOVE Flexible Hours Respect Pride Passion HATE Long Hours Holidays & Weekends Pressure Fast Paced Standing Heat
Courses to take in High School Below is a list of high school courses that will help prepare you for this specific occupation. Family and Consumer Sciences Education Food and Nutrition Food Science Health and Safety Education Health Education Community Health Mathematics General Math Occupational Family and Consumer Sciences Food Service Food Service and Nutrition Hospitality Occupational Family and Consumer Sciences Work Experience
Employers That Will Hire You During High School.Dinosaur Bar-B-Que (585) 325-709099 Court St Rochester, NY 14604 0.3 mi E - Dinosaur Bar-B-Que www.dinosaurbbq.com Bill Gray's Restaurants Bill Gray's Restaurants (585) 232-52841 Manhattan Square Dr Rochester, NY 14607 0.7 mi E - www.billgrays.com Friendly Restrnts Friendly Restrnts (585) 227-1732 Greece Ridge Ctr Rochester, NY 14603 www.friendlys.com McDonald's Family Restrnts McDonald's Family Restrnts (585) 232-6480 275 Upper Falls Blvd Rochester, NY 14605 www.mcdonalds. com www.mcdonalds. com
Two Year College Programs of Study Hotel Technology (A.A.S.) Food Service Management (A.A.S.) Travel and Tourism (A.A.S.) Food Service Administration Food Production Food Service Administration Food Service Management Visit their web site and see what is waiting just for you. www.monroecc.edu/depts/fhtm/hospProg.htm www.monroecc.edu/depts/fhtm/hospProg.htm