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Food Service Supervisor NOC 6311

Posted September 15, 2021

Mary Brown’s Chicken & Taters
Red Deer, AB, Canada
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FOOD SERVICE SUPERVISOR NOC 6311

Establish methods to meet work schedules, Train staff in job duties, sanitation and safety procedures, Hire food service staff, Supervise and co-ordinate activities of staff who prepare and portion food, Estimate and order ingredients and supplies, Ensure food service and quality control, Maintain records of stock, repairs, sales and wastage, Establish work schedules

$16.90 per hour

40 Hours per week

Permanent, Full time

Education: Secondary (high) school graduation certificate

Experience: 1 year to less than 2 years

Languages: English

How to Apply

By Email:

kkhurshed@gmail.com

By Mail:

6858 50 Avenue

Red Deer, AB

T4N 4E3

Kam Khurshed

Mary Brown’s Chicken & Taters

Red Deer, AB

compensation: 16.90

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About this Employer

Mary Brown’s Chicken & Taters

6858 50 Avenue
Red Deer, AB T4N 4E3
Canada

(587) 273-3080

Restaurant

marybrowns.com

We’re rapidly expanding!

Looking for a career with Mary Brown’s?

100% CANADIAN

Mary Brown’s Chicken is 100% Canadian owned and operated. 

We source our chicken and potatoes locally from Canadian farmers. We support the Canadian communities our stores call home.

Our way of doing things is decidedly Canadian too – be polite, keep your promises and put people first. No matter how many stores we open across this great country, we’ll stick by those values.

IT ALL STARTED WITH MARY

Mary Brown was a real woman with an incredible recipe for fried chicken. After serving it to her family for years, her husband decided that the rest of the world deserved to eat as well as he did. He met with two wise businessmen from Newfoundland, who immediately fell in love with Mary’s chicken. They bought the recipe and started a chicken revolution In Canada. (Dramatic yes, but we take our chicken very seriously!)

After a short time using the name Golden Skillet, the restaurant was named Mary Brown’s in honour of the woman behind the recipe. Decades later, Mary continues to inspire us!