Provide organizational support and project management administration to the Hospitality and Tourism Management Program. The Operations Supervisor works closely with the program coordinator, chair, faculty, and students of the program. Provides a welcoming and supportive environment for students, faculty, and all guests of the department. Extra hours or work may be necessary as required by certain event and project deadlines. Weekend hours for special events and programs may also be required.
Master's degree or equivalent preferred, with experience in food service operations and higher education
Acquire and maintain necessary health and safety certifications to run the Hazell Nut and Jeffrey’s Fusion
facilities ... e.g. SafeServ trainer certification
Excellent computer skills
Ability to respond to and work with multiple audiences
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Able to work with minimal supervision
Internal Number: 19-06A
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