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To discover the employment opportunities that The Leonardo Museum in Salt Lake City Utah currently has available, please check the descriptions below.

Full Time Positions:

Summary:

The Leonardo Visitor Services Representative is an essential part of the Admissions Department. This person supports the Leo’s Mission by providing visitor-centric customer service that ensures all visitors, clients, and Museum Staff have a pleasurable and memorable experience. As the interface between the admissions desk, gift shop, and exhibit entrances, the Visitor Services Representative will enhance the museum experience by inspiring visitors to engage and connect with The Leonardo and each other in new and meaningful ways, and by helping them to tap into their own inner genius.

Top 3 Expectations:

  • Fast acting, can think on your toes, and be prepared for anything.
  • Excellent customer service. A VS Rep is the first employee a visitor interacts with and their experience will determine the mood for the entire visit.
  • No cash overages or shortages.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Create friendly, welcoming, and informative first experience for visitors.
  • Lead the daily operations of the Visitor Services Desk with responsibilities including, but not limited to: Greet visitors, check and respond to voicemails and emails, maintain lost and found items, respond to customer’s complaints, set up lobby slides, process payments and registrations, sign out vendor cards, ensure clean desk space, visitor interaction emails and log, give daily receipts to Finance, and opening and closing the desk.
  • Make change for cash boxes at events/programs.
  • Maintain a well-informed, working knowledge of the exhibits and services available and communicate that information in a style consistent with The Leonardo Image.
  • With supervision and training from the Visitor Services Manager, operate The Leonardo’s admissions & Memberships sales system (Altru).
  • Serve as an advocate for the visitor while simultaneously promoting the welfare of the museum; communicate with a variety of visitors with diverse interests and abilities to ensure a positive museum experience; resolve visitor concerns and complaints in an appropriate and mutually acceptable manner.
  • Assist the Visitor Services Manager, visitor services, and administrative support including (but not limited to): Visitor information, docents, gallery attendants, receptions and public service attendants; bulk mailing, special events, membership promotions at community, civic and onsite events; and general assistance with museum programs.
  • Assist with K-12, Financial services, and check-ins as needed.
  • Cross train and assist with Visitor Experiences floor staff as needed.
  • Serves as Visitor Services/Visitor Experiences Floater (as scheduled and as needed)
  • Be flexible and willing to help with additional duties as needed.

 Knowledge, Skill and Abilities:

  • This person will be passionate about interacting with people of all ages.
  • Have a general understanding of museum policies, procedures and offerings; knowledge of arts and/or leisure audiences preferred.
  • Ability to work some weekends, holidays and some special event hours.
  • Ability to lift up to 20 pounds.

Training and Experience Requirements:

  • High School Diploma (minimum) Associate’s Degree (preferred).
  • Two years of related customer service work experience, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
  • Experience in cash handling.

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to hr@theleonardo.org with Visitor Services Representative Position in the subject line.

Summary:

The S.T.E.A.M. Education Specialist will enhance on-site and outreach museum experiences of visitors and students by helping them to build fluency and understanding of S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, art, math) concepts, core ideas, and related practices and the interconnectedness of all things; to ignite their creative imagination; to be more curious, more informed, and more engaged; and to be inspired to see and act in new and powerful ways. To this end, an ideal S.T.E.A.M. Education Specialist is someone who is full of wonder and enjoys experimenting, questioning, and exploring the world around us. S/he is also outgoing and a passionate advocate for helping ALL students and visitors gain a greater understanding of and appreciation for S.T.E.A.M content and the interconnectedness of all things. The S.T.E.A.M. Education Specialist will work as a team to administer and deliver a variety of educational programming for museum visitors and Utah students from across the state. Examples of education programs include but are not limited to field trips, summer camps, and outreach to schools. Ideal candidates will be skilled in researching and developing curricula, will enjoy engaging a variety of museum visitors and students, will have a broad educational background, and will have a detail-oriented focus on program administration.

Top 3 Expectations:

  1. Dependability. Punctual when teaching workshops, leading field trips, meetings and outreach. 2. Communication. Speak clearly, listen to each other, keep each other informed on what’s going on, and teaching the correct material clearly.
  2. Work Product. Develop/update curriculum, complete tasks that are assigned, keep records, and save for future products.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

School Fieldtrips

  • Lead Fieldtrips: Greet and orient field trip groups. Communicate with teachers, chaperones, and students to ensure a positive fieldtrip experience. Communicate with museum staff to ensure smooth movement of fieldtrip groups through the museum.
  • Assist in the development of fieldtrip materials, including pre and post trip materials.
  • Teach workshops: Prepare workshop materials. Teach hour-long classes of up to 40 fieldtrip students at a time. Assist fieldtrip leaders with smooth movement of field trip groups throughout the museum.
  • Develop workshop curriculum.

Summer Camps

  • Develop summer camp curriculum.
  • Collaborate with community partners.
  • Teach summer camps: Teach weekly morning and afternoon session summer camps from June-August. Prepare camp materials and activities. Ensure child safety and well-being.

Special Projects/Administration

  • Administer at least one long-term Education Program, including but not limited to: Summer Camps, Field Trip Workshops, Mind Riot, or Teacher Professional Development.
  • Duties include: curriculum development, evaluation, data entry and management, and communication with teachers, parents and other program stakeholders.
  • Projects exclude summer camp months, this averages to approximately 15 hours/week. (Each “special project” is an annual commitment of approximately 410 hours).
  • Projects can include one of, but not limited to: Girl and Youth Programs, Museum Curriculum and Programs for Exhibits, Community Engagement (Volunteer and Outreach), and etc.
  • Leo on Wheels (LOW)
  • Travel with LOW: Travel for both local and out-of-town visits to schools throughout Utah. (Lodging and meal stipend provided). Travel includes driving a pickup truck while towing a large cargo trailer.
  • Setup/takedown LOW: Unload and setup exhibit components from cargo trailer into schools. Take down and stow exhibit components from schools into cargo trailer.
  • Teach with LOW: Present accurate, positive and engaging information about the LOW exhibit components. Cultivate positive relationships with school staff and community. Participate in the evaluation of exhibit components and planning of new components.

Floor Facilitation

  • Facilitate visitor experiences on the museum floor. Participate in the opening and closing of the museum and its exhibits.
  • Job duties may change over time at manager’s discretion.

Knowledge, Skill and Abilities:

  • Experience managing (and inspiring!) groups of youth.
  • Experience in K-12 education instruction or administration.
  • Valid Utah Educator license and familiarity with Utah’s education system, standards.
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal and written).
  • Ability to work in fast-paced environment; adhere to deadlines; demonstrate flexibility in meeting shifting demands and priorities.

Training and Experience Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in science, technology, education or similar.
  • Valid Utah Driver’s License; have a clean driving record.

Physical Requirements:

  • Drive a truck hauling a 25-foot cargo trailer, sometimes with distances of up to 300 miles, often alone.
  • Lift 25 lbs.
  • Stand for up to 6 hours at a time. Bend repeatedly to pick up objects from the floor.

Part Time Positions:

Summary:

The Leonardo Museum Experience Facilitator is an essential part of the museum. This person supports the Leo’s Mission by providing visitor-centric customer service that ensures all visitors, clients, and Museum Staff have a pleasurable and memorable experience. The Museum Experience Facilitators enhance the museum experience by helping visitors to engage in The Leonardo’s exhibits, interactives, and tabletop activities, all of which are designed to help our visitors better understand, appreciate, and actively engage in content related to the fusion of science, technology, and art and their impact on humanity. It is hoped that after visiting The Leonardo, our visitors will be inspired to think, act, and be more creative and innovative in their everyday life and, as a result, help to make the world a better place. To this end, the ideal candidate will have amazing customer service skills, will be versatile, enthusiastic about science, technology, design, innovation, and art; love interacting with people of all ages, backgrounds, and personalities; and actively seeking personal growth through continual learning/curiosity, enrichment and participation, problem solving, and creative expression.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • The person in this position is a key customer service member of the frontline team, interacting directly with museum visitors on a daily basis.
  • Actively seeks out opportunities to engage visitors of all ages in an effort to help improve them in experiences that inspire creativity and innovation.
  • Create friendly, welcoming, and informative first experience for visitors.
  • General museum facilitation that can include acting as a floater throughout the floor.
  • Be cross-trained to work in the Gift Shop, Birthdays, Events, and Admissions when needed.
  • Happy and engaging; enthusiastic about working directly with the public (all ages); actively seek out ways to be helpful in engaging our patrons.
  • Keep the museum’s public spaces inviting.
  • Assist with museum-wide activities and content including, but not limited to: geo-cache, scavenger hunts, customized visitor highlights, pre-flights “inspections”, and da Vinci tours.
  • Maintain a well-informed, working knowledge of the programs, services, products, memberships and special offers available and communicate that information in a style consistent with The Leonardo brand.
  • Assist in community giving, accessibility programs, and museum tours.
  • May work some shifts during which alcohol will be consumed by visitors.
  • Be flexible and willing to help with additional duties and projects as needed.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Happy and engaging; enthusiastic about working directly with the public (all ages); actively seek out ways to be helpful in engaging our patrons.
  • Optimistic, buoyant/resilient, and helpful; maintains a positive attitude and calm demeanor in fast-paced environment; can think on their feet; sees opportunities instead of problems.
  • Self-motivated; possess a high degree of initiative, integrity, and accuracy; assertive to ensure all museum spaces are presentable and functional for maximum engagement, enjoyment, and inspiration by our patrons.
  • Dependable and punctual; good time management; is self-motivated to stay on task, to produce high quality work, and to finish tasks completely, correctly, and on time; has an attention to detail; is organized and tidy.
  • Ability to work some weekends, holidays and some special event hours.
  • Ability to lift up to 20 pounds.

Training and Experience:

  • High School Diploma (minimum) Associate’s Degree (preferred).
  • 2 years of related customer service work experience, or a combination of education and experience.
  • Some background in a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) field preferred.

Summary:

The S.T.E.A.M. Education Specialist will enhance on-site and outreach museum experiences of visitors and students by helping them to build fluency and understanding of S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, art, math) concepts, core ideas, and related practices and the interconnectedness of all things; to ignite their creative imagination; to be more curious, more informed, and more engaged; and to be inspired to see and act in new and powerful ways. To this end, an ideal S.T.E.A.M. Education Specialist is someone who is full of wonder and enjoys experimenting, questioning, and exploring the world around us. S/he is also outgoing and a passionate advocate for helping ALL students and visitors gain a greater understanding of and appreciation for S.T.E.A.M content and the interconnectedness of all things. The S.T.E.A.M. Education Specialist will work as a team to administer and deliver a variety of educational programming for museum visitors and Utah students from across the state. Examples of education programs include field trips and summer camps. Ideal candidates will be skilled in researching and developing curricula, will enjoy engaging a variety of museum visitors and students, and will have a detail-oriented focus on program administration.

Top 3 Expectations:

  1. Punctual when teaching workshops, leading field trips, and meetings.
  2. Speak clearly, listen to each other, keep each other informed on what’s going on, and teaching the correct material clearly.
  3. Work Product. Develop/update curriculum, complete tasks that are assigned, keep records, and save for future products.

 Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

School Fieldtrips

  • Lead Fieldtrips: Greet and orient field trip groups. Communicate with teachers, chaperones, and students to ensure a positive fieldtrip experience. Communicate with museum staff to ensure smooth movement of fieldtrip groups through the museum.
  • Teach workshops: Prepare workshop materials. Teach hour-long classes of up to 40 fieldtrip students at a time. Assist fieldtrip leaders with smooth movement of field trip groups throughout the museum.

Summer Camps

  • Develop summer camp curriculum.
  • Collaborate with community partners.
  • Teach summer camps: Teach weekly morning or afternoon session summer camps from June-August. Prepare camp materials and activities. Ensure child safety and well-being.

 Floor Facilitation

  • Facilitate visitor experiences on the museum floor. Participate in the opening and closing of the museum and its exhibits.
  • Job duties may change over time at manager’s discretion.

 Knowledge, Skill and Abilities:

  • Experience managing (and inspiring!) groups of youth.
  • Experience in informal settings like museums, zoos, etc
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal and written).
  • Ability to work in fast-paced environment; adhere to deadlines; demonstrate flexibility in meeting shifting demands and priorities.

Training and Experience Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or gaining one in science, technology, education or similar.
  • Valid Utah Driver’s License; have a clean driving record.

Physical Requirements:

  • Lift 25 lbs.
  • Stand for up to 6 hours at a time. Bend repeatedly to pick up objects from the floor.

Summary:

The Leonardo Visitor Services Representative is an essential part of the Admissions Department. This person supports the Leo’s Mission by providing visitor-centric customer service that ensures all visitors, clients, and Museum Staff have a pleasurable and memorable experience. As the interface between the admissions desk, gift shop, and exhibit entrances, the Visitor Services Representative will enhance the museum experience by inspiring visitors to engage and connect with The Leonardo and each other in new and meaningful ways, and by helping them to tap into their own inner genius.

Top 3 Expectations:

  • Fast acting, can think on your toes, and be prepared for anything.
  • Excellent customer service. A VS Rep is the first employee a visitor interacts with and their experience will determine the mood for the entire visit.
  • No cash overages or shortages.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Create friendly, welcoming, and informative first experience for visitors.
  • Lead the daily operations of the Visitor Services Desk with responsibilities including, but not limited to: Greet visitors, check and respond to voicemails and emails, maintain lost and found items, respond to customer’s complaints, set up lobby slides, process payments and registrations, sign out vendor cards, ensure clean desk space, visitor interaction emails and log, give daily receipts to Finance, and opening and closing the desk.
  • Make change for cash boxes at events/programs.
  • Maintain a well-informed, working knowledge of the exhibits and services available and communicate that information in a style consistent with The Leonardo Image.
  • With supervision and training from the Visitor Services Manager, operate The Leonardo’s admissions & Memberships sales system (Altru).
  • Serve as an advocate for the visitor while simultaneously promoting the welfare of the museum; communicate with a variety of visitors with diverse interests and abilities to ensure a positive museum experience; resolve visitor concerns and complaints in an appropriate and mutually acceptable manner.
  • Assist the Visitor Services Manager, visitor services, and administrative support including (but not limited to): Visitor information, docents, gallery attendants, receptions and public service attendants; bulk mailing, special events, membership promotions at community, civic and onsite events; and general assistance with museum programs.
  • Assist with K-12, Financial services, and check-ins as needed.
  • Cross train and assist with Visitor Experiences floor staff as needed.
  • Serves as Visitor Services/Visitor Experiences Floater (as scheduled and as needed)
  • Be flexible and willing to help with additional duties as needed.

 Knowledge, Skill and Abilities:

  • This person will be passionate about interacting with people of all ages.
  • Have a general understanding of museum policies, procedures and offerings; knowledge of arts and/or leisure audiences preferred.
  • Ability to work some weekends, holidays and some special event hours.
  • Ability to lift up to 20 pounds.

Training and Experience Requirements:

  • High School Diploma (minimum) Associate’s Degree (preferred).
  • Two years of related customer service work experience, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
  • Experience in cash handling.

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to hr@theleonardo.org with Visitor Services Representative Position in the subject line.

Summary:

The Bistro Server works in our café, and possible Museum events, to serve food and be inviting to visitors.

Top 3 Expectations:

  1. Show up regularly and on time.
  2. Keep clean work space.
  3. Serve items as should be. Let Chef know if product or help is needed.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Ensure excellent customer service in the Bistro.
  • Greets customers and takes orders.
  • Operates cash register and collects payment from customer.
  • Prep and ensure the ingredients are available for the shift.
  • Set up buffets and tables in accordance with the standards set by The Leonardo.
  • Build the customer’s order in a timely manner.
  • Complete daily checklist in the Bistro.
  • Make sure all of the Bistro is kept clean and wiped down.
  • Maintain all food and cleanliness standards to maintain DABC and health code laws.
  • Assist Catering Chef to set up food for monthly Leo All meetings.
  • Partner with Salt Lake City library for Trivia Night and set up.
  • Assist in set up and service for Bistro specific events.
  • Act as on call events staff for additional events as needed or desired.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skill and Abilities:

  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • We’re a smaller team so everyone pitches in on all aspects of food production and service.
  • Take direction well, approach tasks with a positive attitude, and complete tasks in a timely manner.
  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs.

Training and Experience Requirements:

  • Some food service experience preferred.
  • Must have a Food Handler’s permit.
  • Cash handling experience preferred.
  • There may be some alcohol service, so you must be 21 years of age if working with alcohol.

To apply for this position, please email hr@theleonardo.org with your resume and cover letter. Please put Bistro Associate job in the subject line. Thank you.

On Call Positions:

Summary:

This position enhances the museum experience by helping guests to engage in The Leonardo’s exhibits, inter-actives, and tabletop activities.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • The person in this position is a key member of the front-line team, interacting directly with museum guests on a daily basis. Their three core job functions are to be: 1-Curious 2-Be engaging 3-Keep the museum’s public spaces inviting.
  • Actively seeks out opportunities to engage visitors of all ages in an effort to help improve them in experiences that inspire creativity and innovation.
  • Happy and engaging; enthusiastic about working directly with the public (all ages); actively seek out ways to be helpful in engaging our patrons.

Other Potential On-Call Opportunities (if desired):

  • Could be cross-trained to work in: the SALT Bistro, Door Watches, Birthdays, Events, Catering, and Guest Services when needed as “on-call”.
  • Event Set-up and Tear-down – includes moving of tables and chairs and exhibit pieces, setting linens, place settings, etc.
  • Catering Staff/Server – handling of food during event to include buffet style, tray-passed, and plated services. Additional duties like bussing, dishes, and clean-up.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Happy and engaging; enthusiastic about working directly with the public (all ages); actively seek out ways to be helpful in engaging our patrons.
  • Self-motivated; assertive to ensure all museum spaces are presentable and functional for maximum engagement, enjoyment, and inspiration by our patrons.
  • Dependable and punctual; good time management; is self-motivated to stay on task.

Shift:

  • On-call (As needed. Can range from 5-25 hours a week)
  • Shifts vary and schedules are never steady or set.

Summary:

The Audio/Video Support Technician is responsible for providing dedicated technical support to event clients that are using electronics equipment and assets belonging to the Leonardo as well as interfacing clients’ equipment with The Leonardo’s equipment. The A/V Support Technician’s goal is to keep the client satisfied with an uninterrupted audio/video experience within the capacity allowed by available equipment.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Reports to facilities director and events staff prior to events to debrief on event needs and gather relevant information. Arriving prior to event start times to allow for preparation and debrief is critical.
  • Sets up A/V equipment as per provided Banquet Event Order document by setup deadline.
  • Troubleshoots, adjusts, maintains, and performs basic repairs on equipment not operating as intended.
  • Generates written reports of equipment determined to have failed.
  • Provides additional support to events staff (including light labor) during events provided that primary duties are not abandoned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Must be able to read and interpret Banquet Event Orders to know which equipment to prepare and where.
  • Must have a strong proficiency with audio/video equipment, computers, and electronics.
  • English proficiency necessary.
  • Must possess strong communication skills and be able to work collaboratively in a fast paced environment.
  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs. (speakers, amplifiers, PA systems, etc.)

Shift:

  • On-call (as needed for events)
  • Shifts vary and schedules are never steady or set.

Summary:

This position enhances the museum experience by assisting set up for events as needed in the hospitality department.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Sets up and tears down all events according to Banquet Event Orders and Event Floor Plan.
  • Arrange tables, chairs, etc. for meetings, meal functions, and special events according to the Banquet Event Orders.
  • Cleans used event space and event equipment and store it properly.
  • Sweep/mop floor space after event
  • Place exhibits back to standard operation after event.

Knowledge, Skill and Abilities:

  • Requires no specific knowledge of the job.
  • Must be able to follow a map in setting up or taking down event equipment.
  • Follow-up skills of tasks and assignments, and must have strong attention to detail.

Training and Experience Requirements:

  • 0-6 months of job-specific work experience with demonstrated competence.

Working Conditions:

  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs.
  • Must be able to stand for long periods of time.

Shift:

  • On-call (as needed for event set up)
  • Shifts vary and schedules are never steady or set.

Summary:

This position will be assisting in The Leonardo kitchen for events. This position will act as the Dishwasher and Prep Cook as needed.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Washing dishes and cleaning the back of the house.
  • Be able to perform a variety of small duties such as prepping foods, organizing, and removal of trash.
  • Follow prep lists and additional responsibilities provided by the Chef or Sous Chef.
  • Maintain a clean and orderly kitchen and dish area.
  • Could be cross-trained to work in other “on call” catering positions if desired.
  • May work some shifts during which alcohol will be consumed by guests.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skill and Abilities:

  • Dependable and punctual and good time management.
  • Self-motivated to stay on task and produce high quality work.
  • Has an attention to detail and is organized.
  • Team player and good communication skills.
  • Ability to lift and/or move up to 25 pounds

Training and Experience Requirements:

  • Current Food Handlers Permit REQUIRED.
  • Dishwasher experience required.
  • Some hospitality or catering experience preferred.

Shift:

  • On-call (as needed for events)
  • Nights and weekends availability preferred, but open Monday-Sunday.

Summary:

This position enhances the museum experience by helping assist as needed in the hospitality department.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Catering Staff/Server – handling of food during event to include buffet style, tray-passed, and plated services. Additional duties like bussing, dishes, and clean-up.
  • Maintain a well-informed, working knowledge of the programs, services, products, memberships and special offers available and communicate that information in a style consistent with The Leonardo brand.
  • Assist in Birthdays, Events, and Catering.
  • Assist with door-watches.
  • The person in this position is a key member of the events team, interacting directly with clients.
  • Event Set-up and Tear-down – includes moving of tables and chairs and exhibit pieces, setting linens, place settings, etc.
  • May work some shifts during which alcohol will be consumed by guests.

Knowledge, Skill and Abilities:

  • Follow-up skills of tasks and assignments, and must have strong attention to detail.
  • This position does require a professional appearance and is customer service focused.
  • Dependable and punctual; good time management; self-motivated to stay on task, produce high quality work, has an attention to detail, and is organized.
  • Happy and engaging; enthusiastic about working directly with the public (all ages).

Training and Experience Requirements:

  • Current Food Handlers Permit REQUIRED.
  • 1-2 years of related customer service work experience.
  • Some hospitality or catering experience required.
  • Sips and Tips permit a plus (required if bartending)

Working Conditions:

  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs.
  • Must be able to stand for long periods of time.

Shift:                         

  • On-call (as needed for events)
  • Shifts vary, may be early morning or late evening, weekends, holidays, depending on event needs.
  • Schedules are never steady or set.

Summary:

Works alongside the Catering Chef to manage daily kitchen activities, including overseeing staff, aiding with menu preparation, ensuring food quality and freshness, and monitoring ordering and stocking. Provides meal quality and consistency by following designated recipes.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Leads kitchen team in Chef’s absence
  • Prepares and serves attractive, nutritious meals in an organized manner.
  • Provides assistance with line cooking, food preparation, and dish plating
  • Oversees and organizes kitchen stock and ingredients
  • Ensures a first-in, first-out food rotation system and verifies all food products are properly dated and organized for quality assurance
  • Keeps cooking stations stocked, especially before and during prime operation hours
  • Hires and trains new kitchen employees to restaurant and kitchen standards
  • Manages food and product ordering by keeping detailed records and minimizes waste, plus works with existing systems to improve waste reduction and manage budgetary concerns
  • Supervises all food preparation and presentation to ensure quality and restaurant standards
  • Works with Head Chef to maintain kitchen organization, staff ability, and training opportunities
  • Verifies that food storage units all meet standards and are consistently well-managed
  • Assists Head Chef with menu creation
  • Oversees the cleanliness of the kitchen and stock areas
  • Coordinates with Catering Manager on supply ordering, budget, and kitchen efficiency and staffing
  • Create unique dining experiences and innovative menus.
  • Oversee all alcohol licensing, operations, etc.
  • Oversee purchasing and inventory control for daily operations as well as before, during, and after 3rd party events and internal programs.
  • Ensure that the areas under your control are well presented and adhere to sanitation guidelines.
  • Be aware of the overall Museum’s mission with its focus on customer service and surpassing expectations.

Knowledge, Skill and Abilities:

  • Ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment; adhere to deadlines; demonstrate flexibility in meeting shifting demands and priorities.
  • Ability to work weekends, holidays and special event hours.
  • Attention to Detail
  • Knowledge of Restaurant Regulations
  • A motivated self-starter
  • Creative Problem-Solving Skills
  • Strong Verbal and Written Communication Skills
  • Ability to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds

Training and Experience Requirements:

  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
  • Formal Culinary Training, including line cook experience
  • Two to five years of complete hospitality experience
  • Event experience preferred
  • Extensive Food and Beverage Knowledge
  • Knowledge of all associated legislation pertaining to food service.

Shift:

  • On-call (as needed for events)
  • Nights and weekends availability preferred, but open Monday-Sunday.