Website City Kids Wilderness Project
About the job
Seasonal Position- Full Time in Summer.
Located in Jackson, Wyoming Housing provided
The Head Cook works with a small team of co-workers to provide a summer adventure-based program for youth. Our mission is to inspire confidence and leadership in children and teens from Washington, D.C. We provide a multi-year experiential curriculum focusing on outdoor adventure, backcountry trips and personal growth during three 16-19 day summer sessions. Base camp is our beautiful property, Broken Arrow Ranch, in Hoback Junction just south of Jackson Hole.
The Head Cook is responsible for all aspects of food service management for a small residential camp including
Providing three meals daily for an average of 40-50 people per meal
Preparing stored meals for staff during off days
Design menus to accommodate food allergies, and vegetarian and vegan options
Management of overall kitchen operation, food preparation and service in accordance with health regulations and the Wyoming Summer Food Service Program.
Purchasing (local and delivered) and record keeping
Maintaining a clean kitchen
Supervises one full-time Kitchen Assistant.
The Head Cook must be open and willing to camper assistance in the kitchen, as well as occasionally cooking programs.
This is a residential position and thereby is not limited to these stated responsibilities. Staff share in all of the day to day tasks which are an integral part of living in a small camp community and kitchen staff may be asked to assist with other camp needs. Staff members have scheduled full and partial days off both during sessions and during intersessions. The Kitchen/Program Assistants time-off schedule will be determined by supervisors and based on the needs of the camp. Comfortable accommodations and great food provided; laundry facility and workers compensation insurance. Training for the right person.
Please take time to learn more about the program at www.citykidsdc.org
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