• General Manager 4 - Food

    Location US-MA-BOSTON
    System ID
    Food Service
    Relocation Type
    Yes - According to Grade
    Employment Status
  • Unit Description


    Sodexo is seeking a General Manager (Director of Food and Nutrition - Children's Hospital) for Children's Hospital of Boston, a Pediatric Specialty Hospital located in the heart of the Boston Massachusetts medical district.  Easy access to public transportation and parking is available on-site. Patient Services consists of an average census between 120-135 per meal period. Patient Food Program is Sodexo AYR (At Your Request) which is facilitated through a fully integrated Service Response Center. Candidate is expected to have strong operational skills as to support the department infrastructure. The candidate will be supporting and leading organizational initiatives. Great opportunity to be a part of a growing team in a metro area at a high profile account!  #RDMGT #ANFP  #LI


     Daily responsibilities include:

    • Pro-actively manage the menu/recipe development and planning operations with a focus on health and wellness options
    • Provide strategic analysis and solutions to manage product cost and systems
    • A senior level understanding of an Acute Care operation. 
    • An excellent patient satisfaction skill set for success in this world class hospital
    • A data-driven skill set with the ability to create and utilize complex metrics in presentations and influence others in the decision making process 

    If you are an experienced and enthusiastic Dietitian or Nutrition Professional, this could be an opportunity to grow your career with Sodexo. 

    For the fifth consecutive year, Boston Children’s Hospital (Boston Children’s) has been ranked as the #1 pediatric hospital in the United States by U.S. News & World Report. Families from across the United States and around the world, seek out subspecialty care at Boston Children’s for conditions that are often life-threatening and cannot be managed elsewhere. Boston Children’s takes pride in the exceptional faculty and staff it is able to retain and recruit and boasts hundreds of subspecialty clinical services. Boston Children’s has trained countless residents and fellows and other healthcare professionals that often become the leaders in their respective fields. Similarly, Boston Children’s takes pride in its leadership role of defining innovations in the pediatric healthcare support services industry.


    #children's #pediatric #foodoperations #diversity #foodservicedirector #food

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    Sound like the opportunity you've been waiting for. Apply today! We look forward to hearing from you. 


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    Position Summary

    Directs all contract management service operations at a single account/unit. Plans and supervises special functions. Maintains cash control and payroll records. Hires and trains unit personnel. Maintains customer satisfaction and good public relations. Manages through managers and is accountable for the contract. Senior-most person assigned to a one client account.
    Provides local leadership and strategic direction while developing team for new and emerging business solutions that sustain growth in the day to day operations.
    Key Duties
    - Directs all contract services.
    - Oversees management/administrative team who are responsible for special functions, cash control and payroll.
    - Customer and client satisfaction
    - Drives growth
    - Financial management

    Qualifications & Requirements

    Basic Education Requirement - Bachelor’s Degree           

    Basic Management Experience - 5 years              

    Basic Functional Experience - 5 years

    Sodexo is an EEO/AA/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran employer.


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