1440 Multiversity
  • F&B Administration
  • Scotts Valley, CA, USA
  • Salary
  • Full Time

Medical, Dental, Vision, ADD Life Insurance


Reports to: Sr. Director of Operations

Department: Food and Beverage

FLSA: Exempt


About the Role

1440 Multiversity is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization committed to creating hope for living well through purposeful learning programs and mission-aligned strategic partnerships. This role is best served by a person with a passion for deep hospitality who works well among a driven team of unique and diverse thinkers that share a like-hearted approach to the service and well-being of others. We expect our team members to uphold our standards and with belief that they are the most important resource to accomplishing our work. If you thrive in a high-energy organization, developed an interest in your own personal well-being, are committed to seeing others flourish and thrive, have an appreciation for the beauty of nature, believe in upholding high personal service standards, are an empowered thinker and problem-solver, and are willing to co-create a positive work culture of belonging and unity, you will be a great fit to thrive within our organization.

As Executive Chef, Culinary Experiences you will be the visionary creative innovator of all culinary experiences across campus - Kitchen Table, Common Grounds Café, The Teaching Kitchen, Joanie's Garden, and Private Events. Stellar leadership skills are required to energize 1440's Culture Principles while developing a positive work environment that ensures growth and development of team who help fulfill the organization's mission and vision.

In addition to the assigned duties below, you will ensure delivery of quality guest experiences, be a positive influence with guests and colleagues, actively support and respect direction by senior leadership, be accountable to performance of your job responsibilities, and ensure adherence to established standards and protocol throughout campus. As a 1440 leader, you must display sound business acumen, authentic leadership skills, and proactively contribute to the success of your department and division's quantitative and qualitative business goals and fiduciary responsibilities.

All 1440 team members are required to passionately model the organization's charitable purposes and immersive learning experiences. The expectation is that you will make a positive difference within our organization by stimulating sensory-experiences for your fellow 1440 team members, our guests, and in our community by demonstrating the highest level of hospitality, story-telling ability, and professionalism that advances our mission and vision.



What You'll Do:

  • Innovate Epicurean Culinary Experiences: Stay true and passionate towards a plant-based approach to "food as medicine" while pushing the boundaries of sensory dining with oversight and approval of all menu and recipe development for culinary experiences across campus. Design curriculum for learning programs and culinary educational experiences that emphasize the importance of gathering in community to inspire guests to source and cook with high-quality natural ingredients at home to live healthier lives.
  • Culinary Planning & Education: Create and innovative diverse menu offerings, interactive food learning opportunities, immersive "foodie" experiences, cooking demonstrations, educational nutrition courses, and other engaging sensory culinary events. Elevate 1440 to the forefront of sustainable and wholesome cuisine education to teach guests, students, and children how to garden, develop cooking skills and nourish their bodies by having a natural relationship with healthy food and ingredients.
  • Sustainable and Local: Forge foundational relationships with producers, purveyors, and farms within a 300-mile radius that are dedicated to cultivating organic produce, harvesting fruits and vegetables at their peak of freshness, humanely raising grass-fed animals, and honoring the value of quality over quantity to reduce the carbon footprint. Maintain ethical, sustainable farming practices on campus and ensure all partners are committed to preserving the nutritional value of the food, maintain the food's integrity, protect the land and crops from harmful chemicals.
  • F&B Operational Excellence: Demonstrate knowledge of current and emerging consumer and culinary trends - capability to apply this knowledge in the development of educational strategies and new product offerings that drive culinary innovation and improve culinary skills throughout the organization with a continuous improvement mindset. Lead by example as a working chef to mentor others, elevate guest experiences and gain observational insights to implement operational process improvements. Develops, administers, and conducts culinary and menu training programs with 1440 staff to mentor their personal growth and professional development.
  • Business Optimization: Support initiatives and tactics that optimize achievement of established monthly financial objectives and annual budgets. Work closely with senior leadership to meet targeted financial goals, maintain oversight over P&L responsibilities, manage monthly expenses and always prioritize the strategic goals and business objectives of the organization. Meet and maintain OSHA regulatory compliance, proper health sanitation expectations, and follow safety protocol and emergency procedures.
  • Leadership Administration: Be a positive role model and build positive team morale; keep conversations professional in the workplace, resolve issues, and know when to escalate concerns to senior leadership, while still being part of the solution. Manage the F&B selection process to ensure prospective team members meet all requirements. Develop, implement, and maintain a departmental orientation program for new hires to receive thorough training to successfully perform their job. Administer performance appraisals for all direct reports. Ensures campus policies are administered fairly and consistently - administer disciplinary procedures and documentation according to Standard and Local Operating Procedures (SOPs and LSOPs) - and collaborate with HR as necessary. Ensure team members maintain a professional appearance, engage in meaningful conversation with guests, and always exhibit a respectful decorum.

Conscious Leadership Tenet Expectations:

  • Enliven 1440's Culture Principles. Strengthen the DNA of the organization's established culture. Passionately commit to nurturing team members by leading daily shift stand-ups and monthly department CTM meetings to foster open communication and collective alignment to 1440's mission, vision, and purpose.
  • Like-Hearted Approach. Our long-term success relies upon the generative energy and contributions of all 1440 team members who co-create experiences with loving hearts. Take a personal interest in the development of yourself and others by actively participating in and seeking new opportunities to learn and grow together.
  • Exude Positivity. Embrace a journey of positivity, joy, hope, and optimism for our guests and team members. Develop a conscious-leadership style free of the "drama triangle" with no negative talk or behavior. Be aware of facts versus stories and be open and vulnerable to personal conversations that matter when issues arise.
  • Have and Host Conversations that Matter. Foster a safe and open environment to engage in conversations that are important to you and others in a respectful and professional manner even if it's uncomfortable. Question actions that are inconsistent with our values and culture principles regardless of the person(s) or circumstance(s).
  • One Team, One Mission. Build trusted relationships with co-workers and provide lateral assistance across departmental lines. Think beyond the sole needs of your department and individual role with "yes" in mind.
  • Engage in Mirror Work. Look in the mirror versus through a personal lens to find true reflection, truth, and clarity. Be selfless, humble, and vulnerable. Show up in a way that consistently demonstrates a mindful and conscious approach to deep hospitality. Build trust and integrity with your team members by owning your actions without making excuses or shifting blame.
  • From Transactional to Transformative. Build genuinely authentic relationships. Appreciate the diversity and unique differences among us and show respect without passing judgement. Treat people equitably, listen to contrary perspectives in reverence to others, and create a safe environment of belonging and unity so that everyone can flourish in their own way.
  • Display Sound Business Acumen: Maintain current knowledge of and fulfill your job responsibilities. Be accountable for your actions, leadership responsibilities, and remain committed to helping 1440 achieve its financial goals and mission objectives.
  • Pivot from Problem to Possibility. Cultivate your personal perspective. Be close-up to for a deeper compassion and understanding of the needs of others. Develop a bird's eye view to offer the possibility of a way out of problems that arise and design solutions from the actual lived experiences you personally witness.
  • Co-Creation. Encourage and empower team members to use an individual approach to contribute meaningful, creative, and innovative ways to advance the 1440 mission. Allow others the opportunity to choose their own path to the desired outcome and remain open to applying new approaches so long as they do so respectfully and within established protocol.



Essential Skills and Experience

  • Minimum 5 years of experience working in a multi-unit organization known for culinary excellence
  • Ability to innovate and implement fresh organic plant-forward menu items and concepts
  • Vision to establish and maintain a well-balanced nutritious culinary program
  • Excellent culinary leadership skills - demonstrated public speaking ability
  • Ability to manage external and internal resources to get the job done
  • Excellent verbal, written communication, interpersonal, and training skills
  • Ability and experience in analysis, KPI's, food cost management, and kitchen labor
  • Willingness to work cross-functionally and collaboratively with a variety of stakeholders
  • Eager to work in a fast-paced client-facing organization - this is working position
  • Maintain a flexible schedule and to adapt to the business needs of 1440 and its guests - mornings, evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays as business demand dictates
  • Must be able to create and maintain positive relationships at all levels of service and distribution
  • Enthusiastic about process improvement and customer service
  • Must obtain or current hold California Food Handler's Card holder and TIPS certification
  • Affinity with 1440 Multiversity's mission and core values
  • Highly collaborative team player - engage in positive, supportive, professional relationships
  • Able work standing and walking for a minimum of 4-8 hours a day
  • Passionate about advancing education, philanthropy, and community building
  • Comfortable participating in marketing, public relations, community charity, and special events

Confidentiality

While working for the company there will be access to a wide variety of confidential information concerning the company, guests, and associates. It is vital that all information remains confidential and is never disclosed to anyone outside the organization unless otherwise stated.

AAP/EEO Statement

1440 Multiversity provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, 1440 Multiversity complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.


1440 Multiversity expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of 1440 Multiversity's employees to perform their job duties may result in discipline up to and including discharge.

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