Assistant Food Service Administrator resume example with 20+ years of experience

(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105

Results-focused correctional professional with strengths in security, safety, and problem solving. Proactive leader with strengths in communication and collaboration. Proficient in leveraging security practices and leadership skills to promote a safe and secure environment. Adept at managing concurrent objectives to promote efficiency and influence positive outcomes.

  • Supervisory skills
  • Effective communication abilities
  • Moral and principled
  • Diversity training
  • Natural leader
  • AED training (2019)
  • Security personnel training
  • First Aid training (2019)
  • Weapons training
  • Crisis management
  • Occupational hazards and safety precautions
  • State and federal laws knowledge
  • Ethical standards of conduct
  • Restraint techniques
  • CPR certified
  • Interior and exterior patrol
  • Observant
  • Screening wands
  • High level of integrity
  • Law enforcement background
Education and Training
Burlington County Collage Pemberton, NJ, Expected in : General Education - GPA :
Eegee's - Assistant Food Service Administrator
Mesa, AZ, 05/1994 - 12/2019
  • Observed and responded to incidents, directed inspections for weapons and contraband and monitored incoming and outgoing vehicles.
  • Hired, evaluated and monitored employees to optimize team performance.
  • Supervised 35 staff and managed more than 4,000 offenders at the largest Federal Prison in the United States.
  • Abided by all security and safety procedures and policies to protect team members and prisoners.
  • Implemented activities for offenders, including facility work and educational opportunities.
  • Assigned daily tasks and responsibilities to employees and filled out daily work logs.
  • Maintained order in building and on grounds in a Federal prison.
  • Managed 35 employees and supervised more than 4,000 offenders in a Federal prison.
  • Assigned and monitored training needs of subordinate staff members to close knowledge and performance gaps.
  • Notified medical staff of inmates requiring medical attention and submitted proper incident reports.
  • Handled visitation and ensured all visitors were properly identified and free of contraband.
  • Coordinated shakedown's to locate and remove unauthorized items.
  • Enforced all building rules and regulations in government facilities.
  • Immediately reported fires, accidents and other safety hazards.
  • Greeted tenants and guests entering and leaving property to enhance awareness of security staff.
  • Checked and secured building entrances.
  • Operated screening equipment, including X-ray machines and hand-wands.
  • Maintained order, responded to emergencies and enforced federal and local laws.
  • Acted as a first responder for medical emergencies.
  • Patrolled premises regularly to maintain safety of employees and visitors.
  • Patrolled buildings, facilities and perimeter areas to prevent damage to property.
McDonald's - Assistant Manager
City, STATE, 09/1991 - 05/1994
  • Coached and mentored employees by delivering training, guidance and performance monitoring.
  • Implemented training processes for newly hired employees and supervised department managers, shift leads and production personnel.
  • Enforced company policies and procedures to strengthen operational standards across departments.
  • Planned and prepared workflow schedules, delegating tasks for 30+ member team.
  • Provided leadership and direction for employees, supervising activities to drive productivity and efficiency.
  • Mentored staff to enhance skills and achieve daily targets, using hands-on and motivational leadership.
  • Maintained inventory accuracy by accurately counting stock-on-hand and reconciling discrepancies.
  • Organized schedules, workflows and shift coverage to meet expected business demands.
  • Cultivated customer loyalty by training team members in industry-leading service standards.
  • Produced monthly sales and performance reports, supporting operational planning and strategic decision making.
  • Increased annual sales by driving operational efficiencies and building customer rapport to foster loyalty.
  • Evaluated employee performance and developed improvement plans.
  • Delegated daily tasks to team members to optimize team productivity.
  • Managed personnel scheduling, facilitating adequate coverage to meet demand.
  • Trained the team to deliver outstanding customer service, boosting customer satisfaction ratings.
  • Collaborated with store manager to develop strategies for achieving sales and profit goals.
  • Maintained positive work ethic and commitment to providing excellent service to improve operations efficiency and customer satisfaction.
  • Secured revenue, accurately monitoring transactions and deposits to eliminate discrepancies.
  • Supported sales management initiatives to optimize business development.
  • Conducted job interviews, led employee performance evaluations with constructive feedback and rewarded top sales performers to attract and retain top-quality personnel.
  • Completed inventory audits to identify losses and project future demands.
  • Initiated inventory control measures to manage and replenish stock, maintain costs and meet customer demands while monitoring clothing, accessory and shoe levels.
United States Army - Equipment Records and Parts Specialist (76C)
City, STATE, 06/1990 - 06/1993
  • Delivered briefings to the Chief Warrent Officer to facilitate property acquisition, regulatory compliance and accountability.
  • Leveraged understanding of Federal Acquisition Regulations to ensure compliance.
  • Improved supply operations by conducting critical analysis and generating recommendations to resolve issues.
  • Provided onboarding and guidance for new personnel in areas such as government accounting, acquisition and lifecycle management.
  • Ensured adherence to performance requirements through audit tracking.
  • Monitored trends with potential to affect supply accountability to identify and rectify performance factors.
  • Generated recommendations to enhance transportation system operations.
  • Drove improvements in logistics operations and supply accountability by analyzing supply policies, strategies and processes to identify inefficiencies.
  • Reviewed and edited supply procedures, driving successful resolutions to complex issues.
  • Awarded by the Federal Bureau of Prisons management with more than 20 official commendations for personal achievement and contributions to the team. Awards were at local and national levels.
  • Awarded by the Federal Bureau of Prisons management the highest level of an annual performance award (Sustained Superior Performance) for 18 of the 25 years employed with the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
  • Awarded Supervisor of the Quarter in the Federal Bureau of Prisons
  • Battalion and Brigade Soldier of the year while serving in the U.S. Army.
  • Received numerous accommodations/awards while serving in the U.S. Army
  • Named “Associate of the Quarter” for exceeding all customer service goals.
  • Received “exceeds expectations” ratings on performance reviews while performing duties as an Assistant Manager.
Activities and Honors
  • Member for Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #149 since inception over 15 years ago.
  • Served on the Federal Correctional Fort Dix Employees Club board for over 10 years and was elected as Vice President of the club.

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School Attended

  • Burlington County Collage

Job Titles Held:

  • Assistant Food Service Administrator
  • Assistant Manager
  • Equipment Records and Parts Specialist (76C)


  • Some College (No Degree)

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