Georgia Institute of Technology is a public institution that was founded in 1885. It has a total enrollment of 32,723 including an undergraduate enrollment of 16,049, its setting is urban, and the campus size is 400 acres. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar. Georgia Institute of Technology's ranking in the 2020 edition of Best Colleges is National Universities, #29. Its in-state tuition and fees are $12,682 (2019-20); out-of-state tuition and fees are $33,794 (2019-20).
Georgia Tech, located in the heart of Atlanta, offers a wide range of student activities. The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, an NCAA Division I team, compete in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Georgia Tech has six colleges offering educational opportunities from over 30 schools. Degrees are offered in the following: College of Architecture, College of Computing, College of Engineering, Ivan Allen College, College of Management, and College of Sciences. Its highly ranked graduate schools include the College of Engineering and Scheller College of Business. Georgia Tech is very active in research. The Georgia Tech Research Institute conducts government and industry research, and the school's efforts are key to the Georgia Research Alliance, which plays a role in the state's economic development strategy.
The campus has the capacity to house over 8,700 campus residents. In addition to the 230 buildings that are currently in use by Georgia Tech, there are $400 million in capital additions either under construction or planned for completion within the next 4 years. These include the recently completed Kendeda Building, Price Gilbert Library renovation and the new Campus Center, which will replace the current Student Center (built in 1970) to accommodate current and future growth on our campus. The Campus Center will expand Georgia Tech’s dining footprint and enhance the aforementioned innovation and diversity of campus dining. To learn more about Georgia Tech’s Campus Center project and timeline, please visit https://studentcenter.gatech.edu/reinnovation.
Georgia Tech is a major center for advanced technology in the Southeast. With a full-time academic and research faculty of more than 6,317 and a graduate student population in excess of 16,674, Georgia Tech expends over $562 million annually to conduct research of national significance, provides research services and facilities to faculty, students, industry, and government agencies, and supports the economic and technological growth of the State.
The population of Metro Atlanta is estimated to be over 5,900,000. The city has emerged as a banking center and is the world headquarters for 26 Fortune 1000 companies. Georgia Tech's challenge is to maintain competitive vending services, and to continue to refine its vending service operation to meet the demands of its student population.
Within the department of Tech Dining, the Director of Residential Dining provides expertise, management and oversight of all residential dining operations and venues. Responsibilities include directing a staff of managers, supervisors and staff to ensure that day-to-day unit objectives are consistently met and standards are maintained to ensure the best residential dining experience possible. Responsible for a minimum of two residential dining halls.
Plan and manage the day-to-day activities for all residential dining staff.
Work with departmental leadership to plan, develop, and manage unit budget to ensure fiscal controls (including cost of goods sold, labor targets and controllable expenses).
Hires, train and manage operational personnel and supervises all related residential dining activities.
Supervises all non-kitchen personnel, with oversight for hiring, performance management, annual reviews, and initiating employee status changes.
Ensures compliance with sanitation and safety requirements that ensures a safe and sanitary work environment.
Coordinates activities with other internal departments and participates in management team meetings.
Ensures labeling requirements are met and compliance with allergen containment procedures.
Works with marketing team to develop promotions and special events for residential dining.
Implements operation specific sustainability goals and programs.
Manages and ensures proper implementation of departmental policies and procedures.
Assists with the development and management of the annual operational budget which includes the estimation and management of food and labor cost goals.
Researches new ideas and trends throughout college and university dining plans to meet the needs of Tech Dining customers.
Communicates and helps implement the imperatives of the Tech Dining strategic plan to the managers and supervisors to ensure buy in.
Education, Specialized Knowledge and Experience
8 to 10 years of experience in food service management.
Minimum of 5 years experience as a manager with direct reports.
Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
Current ServSafe Certification or other Georgia approved food safety certification.
Excellent planning, organizational and communication skills.
Basic computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office products.
Proven record of accomplishment in such areas as menu management, innovative residential and cash operation dining service programs, food safety and planning and set-up for special events.
Ability to provide culinary training and insight for special dietary needs.
Exceptional customer service skills.
An ability to think outside the box to provide an exceptional residential dining experience
JDRQUEST&CO Global Executive Search has been retained to handle this position
Inquiries can be directed to the Principal Josh Reich
Princeton University invites applications and nominations for the position of Director of Residential Dining. Chartered in 1746, Princeton currently has enrolled approximately 7,900 students (5,300 undergraduates and 2,600 graduate students) and employs approximately 6,100 benefits-eligible employees. As a research university, Princeton seeks to achieve the highest levels of distinction in the discovery and transmission of knowledge and understanding. At the same time, Princeton is distinctive among research universities in its commitment to undergraduate teaching. Interdisciplinary work is vital to Princeton and is reflected in a full spectrum of academic programs.
The University provides its students with academic, extracurricular and other resources — in a residential community committed to diversity in its student body, faculty and staff — that prepare them for positions of leadership and lives of service in many fields of human endeavor. International students make up about 11 percent of undergraduates and American minorities make up approximately 38 percent of the undergraduate student body.
Central to the undergraduate student life is the f...our-year residential college system, where students develop friendships, receive academic advising and participate in intellectual, cultural, recreational and social activities. Princeton guarantees undergraduate students on-campus housing for all four years and 98 percent of students live on campus. The colleges are designed to give students a residential experience that takes the fullest possible advantage of the diversity and educational opportunities at Princeton.
Approximately 70% of graduate students live in campus housing. The Graduate College, completed in 1913, houses approximately 430 graduate students and serves as the center of graduate student life at Princeton. Graduate students living at the Graduate College must purchase a dining contract for one of the specified meal plans. Graduate Students not living at the Graduate College are permitted to purchase a meal plan.
Princeton is one of the region’s largest private employers and plays a major role in the educational, cultural, and economic life of the area by bringing 790,000 visitors and approximately $2 billion in economic activity to the region.
Princeton’s main campus consists of approximately 9 million square feet of space in more than 180 buildings on 500 acres. The University also accommodates more than 1,000 units (2012-13), totaling more than 1.2 million square feet, of rental housing for graduates and faculty/staff. Including Springdale Golf Course and Lake Carnegie, the University owns more than 975 acres in Princeton, more than 895 acres in Plainsboro Township and more than 520 acres in West Windsor Township.