The Laurels of Huber Heights - Do you enjoy preparing delicious meals? Are you interested in joining a team that recognizes leadership and excellence in food service and guest hospitality? Would you like to cultivate your passion for the culinary arts?The Dietary Manager at The The Laurels of Huber Heights acts as the connecting agent between the clinical/dietetics team and the kitchen staff. The dietary manager is responsible for ensuring guests receive diet- and texture-appropriate meals that are appetizing and nutritious.Laurel Health Care Company offers one of the leading employee benefit packages in the industry, including health insurance, 401K with matching funds, paid time off and paid holidays. When you work with Laurel Health Care Company, you will join an experienced, hard-working team that values communication and collaboration.Why just work when you can help shape a legacy?ResponsibilitiesComplete diet history/food preference screening upon guest admission.Develop, maintain and implement menus specific to the guest population.Maintain kitchen cleanliness compliant with State and Federal guidelines.Supervise purchasing in the dietary department specific to the facility budget.Manage all aspects of kitchen operations including procurement, sanitation, scheduling, training, talent development and QAPI.Cooperate with other departments to identify and accommodate guests choices, preferences and customary routines regarding eating.Complete timely and accurate clinical documentation of dietary portion of guest care plans.QualificationsServSafe Certification required within 90 days of employment.High school diploma or equivalent.Prefer two-year supervised food service experience in an institutional setting focused on planning, preparing and servicing regular and therapeutic diets.About Laurel Health Care CompanyLaurel Health Care Company (The Laurels) is a national provider of skilled nursing, subacute, rehabilitative and assisted living services dedicated to achieving the highest standards of care.At The Laurels, caring is more than providing excellent medical and guest services. It's also being a companion, and treating each guest with the utmost dignity, respect and compassion. It's what we call "The Laurel Way of Caring", and it comes from within each one of us.The Laurels was named a Great Place to Work for 2020 based on approximately 3,500 employee surveys that evaluated more than 60 elements of employee experience on the job, including employee pride in community impact, belief that their work makes a difference, and feeling their work has special meaning.