Cook Supervisor Job at Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections – 3.4 Phoenix, AZ
Committed to rehabilitating Arizona’s youth.
The mission of the Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections is to rehabilitate seriously delinquent youth by providing appropriate and effective educational, treatment, pro-social and career training programs which will lead them to become productive law-abiding members of society.
The Adobe Mountain School is a secure care juvenile correctional facility for the custody, treatment, rehabilitation, and education of committed youth. The Adobe Mountain School is fully accredited as a public education agency or school district, and is located approximately 19 miles north of downtown Phoenix.
The facility is located at:
Adobe Mountain School
2800 W. Pinnacle Peak Rd.
Phoenix, AZ. 85027
Closing Date: 08/05/21
The Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections (ADJC) is seeking a Cook Supervisor who is passionate about their profession and who will be committed to making a difference in the lives of Arizona’s underserved youth. The Cook Supervisor will supervise employees and youth residents working in a large volume correctional food production program and ensure agency policy and procedures, laws, rules, regulations and standards governing Food Services operations are followed while preparing, portioning, cooking, and presenting a variety of hot and/or cold food items for various meal periods to include Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Special/Catered Events. ADJC wants you to come join our talented and diverse Food Service Team. At ADJC you will have the ability to collaborate in a team oriented environment.
Supervise, evaluate, train and counsel food service staff in kitchen operations and performance.
Supervise, evaluate and train youth employees on performance, vocational competencies and appropriate behavior.
Perform crisis intervention with youth employees as necessary.
Write reports, maintain logs and required documentation including the National School Lunch / Breakfast Program (NSLP/SBP).
Maintain safe environment in the Food Services Division using appropriate Security protocols.
Maintain correct food safety and operating procedures in the kitchen facility as specified by required health codes.
Maintain and account for equipment and supplies, verifying and ordering proper quality and quantity in reference to posted standards.
Prepare staff and youth schedules to ensure adequate shift coverage.
Plan and produce all meals and including for special diets.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities (KSAs):Knowledge of:
The National School Lunch/Breakfast Program requirements.
Quantity food production, food service equipment and food delivery systems.
Food service sanitation regulations and safety codes.
Accounting and inventory methods.
Purchasing procedures and guidelines.
Interview processes, evaluation methods and procedures.
As demonstrated by working in a large volume food preparation kitchen cooking, maintaining inventory, food service sanitation regulations and safety codes.
Supervision, leadership and training.
Motivation and instruction techniques.
Competent use of computers (Microsoft Suites and Google Suites).
Learn Federal, State and Agency rules and regulations.
Learn and follow agency policies and procedures.
Learn youth management and treatment techniques (crisis intervention).
Learn radio communications.
Learn security practices to include therapeutic crisis intervention, restraints, etc.
Learn educational vocational program requirements.
De-escalate youth behavior.
Work closely with adjudicated youth in a secure correctional setting.
Selective Preference(s):The preferred candidate will have:
Experience working with adult or juvenile populations.
At least 2 years working in a large scale (over 1,000 meals daily) kitchen.
Direct supervision of at least 3 people.
Security practices to include therapeutic crisis intervention and restraints.
Educational vocational program requirements.
Juvenile training techniques.
Security practices and key control.
Bilingual skills in Spanish/English preferred but not required.
Successful completion of a comprehensive background investigation, drug test and a medical/ physical examination.
Food experience and working knowledge of food preparation from scratch to include soups, sauces, stocks, gravy and plate presentation.
Possession of or ability to obtain a ServSafe Manager and Basic certificate within 2 months of employment.
Requires possession of a current, valid Maricopa County food handler’s permit at the time of employment.
Requires possession of, and ability to retain, a current valid Arizona-issued drivers license.
Employees who drive on state business are subject to driver’s license records checks, maintain acceptable driving records and must complete any required driver training (see Arizona Administrative Code R2-10-207.12).
Requires acceptable performance history as demonstrated by:
No formal discipline within one year preceding this job posting close date, and an overall rating of “meets expectations” or higher on the most recent employee performance evaluation.
As an employee of the Department of Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections you will be entitled to a comprehensive benefits package that can become effective as soon as two weeks after starting!
Paid sick leave, 12 days per year with no carryover limits.
Paid vacation leave which includes 10 holidays per year.
Competitive Health Plans including the Triple Choice Plan (TCP) provided by Blue Cross Blue Shield AZ and –United Health Care.
Delta Dental PPO and Cigna DHMO Dental Plans.
Avesis Vision Plan.
Additional benefits include:
Available 24/7 Telemedicine.
Flexible Spending Accounts for eligible medical, dental, vision, and dependent care expenses.
Long-Term Disability which pays 66⅔% of weekly pre-disability earnings.
Optional Short-Term Disability which pays up to 66⅔% of your weekly pre-disability earnings.
Life Insurance: $15,000 Basic Life and $15,000 Accidental Death and Dismemberment paid by the State.
Optional Supplemental Life and Dependent Life Insurance available.
Health Impact Program: Earn up to $200 annually by participating in free preventative health screenings, immunizations, lifestyle/mindfulness classes, and physical activities.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP): 12 free mental health counseling sessions per year, and available 24/7 support for work/life solutions, dependent/elder care, college planning, wills, legal guidance, financial resources, funeral planning and more.
For a complete list of benefits provided by The State of Arizona, please visit our benefits page
Correctional Food Service Supervisor 2 (COOK SUPERVISOR) positions participate in the Corrections Officer Retirement Plan (CORP).
CORP Tier 3 is a Defined Contribution, 401 (a) retirement plan.
New members have the opportunity to define their contribution amount.
Employer contributes a dollar-for-dollar match equal to 5% of a member’s salary.
Employees are fully vested after 3 years of service.
To learn more about the Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections, you can visit our website https://adjc.az.gov/
Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation such as a sign language interpreter or an alternative format by contacting 602-364-1023. Requests should be made as early as possible to allow time to arrange the accommodation. Arizona State Government is an AA/EOE/ADA Reasonable Accommodation Employer.
About the Company
Company: Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections – 3.4
Company Location: Phoenix, AZ