Our client is seeking the following:

Food Services Supervisor

East York, Ontario

Non-profit – Christian faith and Mennonite heritage Community

Company Overview:

Our client is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to developing a safe and caring environment for gracefully aging seniors. This includes Long Term Care, Independent Living and Community Day Programs.  They are known as an inter-generational community for families both young and older with a focus on creating a safe and encouraging place in a congregated setting.

This Community is guided by Christian faith and Mennonite heritage.

 Position & Responsibilities:

  • Ensures adherence to the respective regulations and legislation in the Ontario Long Term Care Homes Act, 2007 and O. Regulation 79/10, the Resident’s Bill of Rights, and the Home’s mission and policies
  • Plans and organizes the activities of the dietary department
  • Ensures the provision of high quality food service
  • Establishes the workflow patterns
  • Ensures departmental goals and objectives are developed and achieved
  • Establishes policies and procedures in accordance with regulatory requirements
  • Develops and standardizes cooking techniques, food portioning, leftover control, food handling techniques and sanitation techniques
  • Develops individualized nutritional care plans
  • Plans regular and therapeutic cyclical menus for approval by the registered dietitian
  • Orders and receives food and kitchen supplies
  • Monitors inventory
  • Develops a standardized order program
  • Monitors menu changes to ensure record keeping follows department procedures
  • Ensures all food is purchased from established supplier and in sufficient quality and quantity for the home
  • Ensures proper operation of kitchen equipment
  • Ensures provision of dietary services to staff and visitors as required
  • Participates in multidisciplinary care planning conferences to assess dietary needs of residents and keep informed of changing dietary needs
  • Completes initial and quarterly resident nutritional profiles on all residents who are not followed by the dietitian
  • Monitors resident food intake and refers nutrition concerns to dietitian
  • Visits residents during meal times to monitor resident acceptability of food
  • Communicates concerns regularly to the Dietitian and Resident Care team making recommendations to enhance the dining experience and/or improve nutritional intake
  • Completes documentation as per policy and legislated requirements
  • Cooperates with other departments to meet resident needs
  • Attends and participates in resident care conferences, team meetings and other committees as requested
  • Chairs / participates in all relevant committees of the home as per policy and procedure
  • Performs other related functions as required within scope of practice and on the direction of the administrator


  • Diploma in Food Service Supervision from a recognized program
  • Current membership in the Ontario Society of Nutritional Management
  • Current membership in the Canadian Society of Nutritional Management
  • 3 years progressive related experience in an institutional setting
  • Experience with RAI/MDS version 2.0


  • A competitive compensation package has been designed to attract star performers

Please apply in confidence to:

Chris Hepburn
Maxwell Management Group Ltd.
1-855-305-4078 ext. 207

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