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Our Team: The School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University is the premier school for hospitality education in the world. As an integral part of the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, the school is leading the world in teaching and researching the business of hospitality--marketing, finance, real estate, operations, and more, all applied to the world's largest and most exciting industry. Top faculty, industry leaders, alumni, and students work together to generate new knowledge for the hospitality industry and form the premier network that shapes the industry every day.
The School of Hotel Administration's Instructional Support Department provides a range of instructional support for the school's food and beverage management area course offerings.
Cornell University embraces diversity and seeks candidates who will contribute to a climate that supports students, faculty and staff of all identities and backgrounds. We strongly encourage individuals from underrepresented and/or marginalized identities to apply.
The Teaching Support Specialist (TSS) is responsible for both restaurant and lab course operations. As such, the TSS interacts daily with individual students in both large and small groups to teach the practical hands-on aspects of food and beverage operations. The TSS will guide students through the process of synthesizing skills, concepts, and theories learned in the classroom that are utilized daily to operate a full-service restaurant or to successfully complete a culinary or beverage management lab section. This includes all elements of professional food handling and preparation as well as beverage service considerations for both the front and back of house. The TSS is expected to work with faculty in presenting and teaching goals and objectives of course curriculum. Knowledge of course material, good communication and platform skills are essential to be an effective teacher. The TSS is responsible for supervising all students while managing lab sections and/or operating a restaurant as part of an instructional team.
Meeting administrative goals pertaining to course expenses and logistics are required.
A two-year culinary degree and a four-year hospitality degree with five years of food service experience, which includes a minimum of three years of supervisory food service experience.
A high level of culinary knowledge and technical skill is strongly desired.
Current awareness of culinary and restaurant trends is necessary.
Knowledge of current food service sanitation requirements and food safety standard operating procedures is required.
Knowledge of food and beverage management systems and controls is expected.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Flexibility and adaptability with scheduling of hours including nights and weekends in support of course and operational responsibilities is required.
Proficient with Microsoft Office and electronic purchasing systems for multiple products and services.
Food safety and TIPS certification preferred.
This position is full-time and is eligible for benefits. The Teaching Support Specialist position works 10 months (August-May) with pay being annualized and paid out over 24 semi-monthly installments. Benefits also remain intact over the course of the year. Cornell has also been nationally recognized as an award-winning workplace for our health, wellbeing, sustainability and diversity initiatives. For more benefit information, follow the link: Cornell Benefits.
If interested in applying, we highly encourage you to include a cover letter, along with your resume, in your application so we can better understand your interest in the position. No visa sponsorship is available for this position.
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