Food Service Manager Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Food Service Manager?

Food Service Manager:
The mission statement is one I agree with. It is hard working in food service because we were always short staffed. I worked 60 - 80 hrs a week working for months at as time with no days off. The rest of the staff tends to treat kitchen help as second class citizens. Just because they are unaware of what it takes to work in a kitchen. Took 2 years to get a full crew. So my job is easier But management still has no ideal what my job entails. And when I try to teach them they dont have the time to learn. Its not as easy as I make it look.

Food Service Manager in Baltimore:
Pros: Hometown
Cons: People

Food Service Manager in Crawfordville:
Pros: Small town feel
Cons: Limited employment opportunities

Food Service Manager in Tucson:
Pros: The weather
Cons: The pay in comparison

Food Service Manager in New York:
"Summers are not free."
It's a 12 month contract. If you want the summer off this isn't the place for you. Also everything is your responsibility but don't worry! You have benefits!

Food Service Manager in Sherman:
"Know Your Position."
Be advised, this job is time consuming and critical to the operations of business.Keeping your budget is crucial to your job and your service. Have an operations guideline in place to be sure all daily tasks are being carried out.

Food Service Manager in Duluth:
"It's okay."
Pros: Close to home.
Cons: Nothing bad to say.