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The Dominion Difference!
Want to be a part of a team whose calling and purpose is to honor God through service to seniors? Our unique faith-based, culture-first model provides a supportive and engaging work environment.

We offer Lucrative and Exciting Benefits:
Health Insurance, including Medical, Dental, and Vision
Life Insurance, Short-Term, and Long-Term Disability Insurance
Telephone Doctor 24/7
Employee Assistance Program
Health Savings Account or Health Reimbursement Arrangement
Paid Time Off
Paid Holidays
Direct Deposit- Bi-weekly
Chaplain Support
Employee Referral Program
Resident Referral Program
Attendance bonus
Sponsored Mission Trips-$1000 allowance and up to a week of paid time off
Marriage Retreat-Weekend Retreat Paid in Full
Professional Counseling-Free and Discounted Sessions Offered Annually
Discounted Gym Memberships/Fitness Products
Identity Theft Protection and Credit Monitoring

Summary of Responsibility:
The Dining Services Director is responsible for the quality, nutritional value, and presentation of all meals and between-meal nourishment; ensures that the Dining Services department is operated efficiently and in compliance with all applicable legislation and regulatory requirements and Dominion Senior Living standards; and fulfills responsibilities for selection, orientation, education and direction of the Dining Services team.

Essential Duties:
-Fulfills responsibilities for the development and maintenance of Dining Services objectives, standards of Dining Services practice, and Dining Services policies and procedure manuals.
-Develops and maintains effective relationships and two-way communication with residents and resident representatives.
-Observes residents for significant changes and adverse reactions or conditions on an on­going basis.
-Keeps the Executive Director informed regarding any unusual incidents or issues regarding residents, team members, or the community.
-Ensures that all concern and incident reports are completed on a timely basis and filed and follow-up is conducted in an appropriate and timely manner.
-Maintains a safe working environment through the prevention of accidents, the preservation of equipment, and the achievement of safe working practices.
-Plans written menus at least thirty (30) days in advance of preparation/serving dates and develops recipes in keeping with nutritional guidelines, regulations, and resident preferences.
-Works with the dietary consultant and other department heads, reviewing community and individual resident menus, and assists in the development of care plans.
-Implements diet changes as directed by the Wellness Director in a timely manner and ensures all entries in resident records are informative and timely.
-Prepares and submits food and supply orders for food preparation and service to company- approved vendors; reviews all deliveries of food for quality, proper amounts, and pricing; audits supply stock; and ensures Dining Services has sufficient food supply and working equipment at all times.
-Trains Dining Services team members in food handling, proper use of machinery and
equipment, and infection control.
-Communicates company policies and health department standards to all staff; holds staff accountable for preparing, serving and storing food in accordance with all standards and policies.
-Ensures foods are prepared according to recipe and tested for taste, temperature and smell; ready on time; and served at the proper temperatures in an appealing manner.
-Oversees sanitation, organization and safety of kitchen: inspects the food service areas and equipment and ensures they are clean, safe, orderly, and meet community fire safety, infection control and hazardous chemicals regulations and policies, with prompt action being taken to address any unsafe conditions or equipment problems.
-Makes regular rounds in the dining rooms during mealtimes and greets and courteously obtains feedback regarding the dining experience from residents, visitors, and staff, respecting individual dignity, resident rights and confidentiality at all times.
-Keeps the dietary department within budget, maintaining records that reflect food, supply, and labor costs, and coordinates dietary services with other departments as requested.
-Keeps the Executive Director and department heads up to date on changes in Dining Services.
-Performs any other duties that may be assigned.

Minimum Requirements:
-A minimum of one (1) year of experience in senior living, long-term care, or hospital and at least one (1) year of successful administrative or supervisory experience is preferred.
-Must be a graduate of CDM or a State-approved course in food services.
-Must have a current and valid food service sanitation certificate.
-Must obtain valid Continuing Education credits as required by the State of the community.
-Approved criminal background check, physical, drug screen and TB skin test required.
-Must possess a current and valid driver’s license and have the ability to meet approved driver requirements.
-Must be a minimum of eighteen (18) years of age.

Application Process: A review of all applications begins immediately and continues until the position is filled. For full consideration, applicants must apply electronically through our applicant tracking system via the company careers page.  The application should include the submission of a cover letter that highlights the candidate’s interest in the role and experience that meets the requirements of the position, an updated resume, and the names, current company name, title, e-mail address, and phone number of three professional references.

We do not accept unsolicited resumes from staffing agencies or executive search firms.

EEO Principles
The Company is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity as well as compliance with the law. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunity and to make all employment-related decisions without regard to race, color, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, citizenship status, disability, status as a disabled veteran or veteran of the Vietnam Era or any other legally protected status or characteristic in the state in which a team member is employed by the Company. This policy applies to recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, disciplinary action, termination, and all other personnel actions and conditions of employment.

The Company’s personnel policies and actions seek to ensure that no discriminatory practice exists. The Company also makes its recruiting sources aware of this policy and will terminate relationships with any organization that refuses to subscribe to the same principles. By this policy, the Company wishes to ensure that all team members have the opportunity to maximize their contribution to the Company and to their own career goals. The intention behind this policy is to provide equal employment opportunities that will simultaneously serve the requirements of society, the law, sound business practices, and individual dignity.

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