One year permanent competitive or 55b/c service as a Food Services Management Specialist 1 or in a title eligible for 70.1 transfer;
Substitution: College study in food service management may be substituted for up to four years of non-management experience at a rate of 30 college credits equaling one year of experience; a Master's Degree in food service management may be substituted for one year of general experience.
Duties Description Supervise the activities of legally blind managers of the Business Enterprise Program (BEP) facilities, small retail facilities such as news-stands, snack bars or cafeterias established by the NYS Commission for the Blind (NYSCB), within an assigned region.
Conduct regular on-site visits to identify problems and provide advice on possible solutions;
Consult with Business Service Specialist 2s concerning possible intervention in the small business managers' decisions; review the delivery and disposition of supplies; inventory maintenance procedures to ensure adherence to State and federal guidelines; and analyze financial reports to identify potential problems;
Resolve problems with building managers to ensure the continuation of the business operations; evaluate and procure equipment, and monitor maintenance; prepare annual written evaluations of the business managers' performance; interpret and implement policies and procedures for NYSCB managed vending operations within assigned region;
Ensure compliance with health and sanitation codes; evaluate and conduct training; oversee applications for food service permits; and provide technical support to food service facility personnel in food service management;
Determine potential for new vending operations; conduct negotiations for new locations to obtain approval for the setup of small businesses; and monitor on-site construction and resolve construction problems.
Additional duties will be discussed in detail during the interview.
State Of New York