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Twin Lakes Bible Camp

LocationManson, Iowa (USA)
UpdatedDecember 13, 2019
TitleFood Services Manager
•Use (working) relationships with summer staff and volunteers as a means of discipling and mentoring them, first as people, then as workers.

•Create and maintain a calm and supportive atmosphere within the kitchen.

•Train and supervise part-time and summer food service personnel.

•Assist in recruiting and screening of part-time and summer staff.

•Establish and maintain a record-keeping system for ordering food, camp store, and related supplies.

•Schedule cooks and other food service staff according to guests' needs.

•Assist in developing an annual budget and staying within it.

•See that all health and safety regulations are met and maintained.

•Oversee the cleaning and general maintenance of the kitchen and dining room.

•Communicate with guest groups and office manager regarding future guests' meals, snacks, and coffee break times.

•Prepare economical, attractive, good tasting menus, appropriate for the age being served.

•Maintain a detail-oriented approach to menu planning, food ordering and preparation, scheduling of food service staff, dining hall presentation, and kitchen cleanliness.

•Provide a relaxing atmosphere where guests will feel cared for and appreciated.

Pay$26,000-$40,000 plus benefits
TimelineFull-Time Year-Around
Other Information
AcceptingChristian Applicants Only
This business isA Christian business
Other DetailsTwin Lakes Bible Camp is a year-around camp and retreat center located in northwest Iowa. Our vision is to utilize our unique facilities and gifted staff to be a catalyst for spiritual transformation in the lives of children, youth, college age, and adults.

What makes us distinct?

We invest in young adults - As a staff we believe it is our call and ministry to invest into our summer staff, bridge year students, and part-time kitchen help.

We put family before work - Even in the midst of the demanding summer season, we do our best to prioritize family and rest. We are intentional about days off, sharing the work load, and schedule flexibility.

We don’t strive to be the biggest - We intentionally aim to be a camp that serves groups under 150. We believe groups larger than 150 can begin to lose their intimacy and natural chemistry. Setting this numerical limit helps us focus on quality programming, staffing, and space allocation.

Chaos is bad ministry - We strive to maintain a calm and uplifting environment for our guests and our staff. We get things done, but avoid being frantic or anxious.
Contact Information
ContactBrett Wiuff
Contact Address7718 Twin Lakes Rd.

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