Foodservice Job Descriptions

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Hiring and retaining top-quality people is a two-way street. Restaurateurs have a right to expect every employee’s performance should live up to a high standard, and employees have a right to know what their duties and opportunities are. A good place to start is with a detailed job description!

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, a division of the Department of Labor, has compiled detailed descriptions of the leading foodservice occupations. These job descriptions provide important insights for employees and job candidates on the nature of each position, working conditions, training requirements, their future job outlook and more.

Click on the job titles below for complete details.

Restaurant and Food Service Managers
Chefs, Cooks, and Other Kitchen Workers
Food and Beverage Workers
Dietitians and Nutritionists

All information from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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