Catering Supervisor Duties and Responsibilities
In order to smoothly manage a catering operation, there are a number of tasks and duties that Catering Supervisors are responsible for. Based on our analysis of many job listings, we identified these primary Catering Supervisor duties and responsibilities.
Handle Employee Issues and Training
Catering Supervisors interview, hire, train and manage employees. Staff under their management include kitchen and wait staff; in large operations, Catering Supervisors may be in charge of a very large team.
Provide Customer Service
Catering Supervisors often have a client-facing role, in addition to their planning and management duties. They are responsible for selling the business to new clients, and they work closely with customers to understand and fulfill their wishes. Catering Supervisors also respond to customer comments or complaints.
Plan Menus and Order Supplies
After finding out what the customer’s wishes are, the Catering Supervisor may plan a menu for the event. They then order the necessary supplies for the number of people they will be serving. Catering Managers are often responsible for ensuring that the catering operation maintains and inventory of stock, of both food and serving supplies.
Ensure Compliance with Regulations
A key duty of the Catering Supervisor is to ensure that the catering business is in compliance with all local laws and regulations regarding food safety and handling. They must be aware of all regulations that apply to the business, and oversee the catering activities, from cooking to serving, to be on the lookout for any violations.
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