As a Food Center Assistant Manager, you will assist the Food Center Manager with Food Center operation, managing staff, implementation and maintaining food safety standards aligned with provincial regulations and required by various Company policies.
We believe great training is the foundation for exceptional performance. The Food Center Assistant Manager training program teaches you the Food Centre business using our state-of-the-art Computer Based Training.
What’s in it for You?
7-Eleven is committed to creating an environment that encourages and rewards excellence, and provides a range of benefits that includes:
Medical, dental, vision and insurance benefits
Short-term disability benefits
Employee assistance program
Profit Sharing/401(k) Plan
And more… Are You Ready?
What Will You Do?
Under the supervision of the Food Center Manager and in accordance to company policy, administrate recruitment, performance counseling, and termination of employees
Ensures all employees comply with corporate and provincial regulations
Organize preparation, review, and approve (when necessary) in timely manner all paperwork supporting: supply, production, pricing, delivery, and HR processes
Develop equipment and facility maintenance plans, ensure that all service contracts are up-to-date to guarantee undisrupted operation
Prepare Food Centre for HACCP audits
Assist the Food Center Manager in development, implementation and execution of quality assurance programs and effective cost management practices
The Food Center Assistant Manager position requires the following:
University degree in business or related college course preferred
Six to nine months experience as a Assistant Manager; or an equivalent combination of education and experience
Strong mathematics ability
Strong written and oral communications skills
Desire to be part of a performance-driven team
Minimum Class 5 Valid Driver’s License
The Food Center Assistant Manager position requires constant walking (up to X km. every day), standing, bending and reaching with a moderate amount of manual dexterity. Frequent lifting of one to five pounds and occasional lifting of up to 40-50 pounds is required.