Banff Hospitality Collective

Banff Hospitality Collective (BHC) is 100% locally owned & operated multi-concept restaurant group. It was founded by a bunch of friends who love food, drinks, mountains and this awesome little town called Banff. 

 

Banff Hospitality Collective Banff, Alberta, Canada
May 13, 2019
Full time
Thank you for your interest in Banff Hospitality Collective! Summer jobs have a range of start dates (from April 1st - June 15th, 2019) with the opportunity to continue working into the Fall Season Staff accommodation in downtown Banff is available We have a 3-step hiring process: Apply for this job by submitting your resume and cover letter online at banffcollective.com/careers Interview Job Placement **Only successful candidates will advance to the next step** Perks of the Job: Living in Banff National Park: mountains, hiking, biking, skiing, boarding, all at your doorstep 25% off food at all venues for employees 50% off food & bottles of wine at all venues for managers Competitive wages & salaries Ski & golf pass financing VIP line entrance & no cover for you and one guest at the nightclubs Education reimbursements (up to 75% off career-related courses) Extended health care plan (long-term employees) Variety of kitchens & cuisine Working under Red Seal Chefs Almost 100% of upper management move up from within BHC Incentive programs (referral & summer bonus) Prep Cook role description: Prep cook is a great entry level position for those interested in getting into cooking. They work hard to prepare food for the line cooks, sous chefs, and chef. Prep cooks are responsible for ensuring food is properly stored and handled, that the quality and quantity of food prepared meets BHC’s standards and keeping food waste to a minimum.  Responsibilities: Prepare basic components of each dish on the menu Memorize and utilize serving portion sizes and all basic meal prep procedures used in the kitchen Ensure that the kitchen, including prep areas and storage, meet restaurant cleaning standards Monitor quality of the product being used Ideal candidate:  Ability to work on your feet for 8-hour shifts Ability to work with a team in a fast-paced environment Must have excellent verbal skills Food Safety certificate is an asset Visa Requirements: Must be legally eligible to work in Canada. BHC is unable to assist candidates in obtaining Canadian work authorization. Want to know more about Banff Hospitality Collective? Check out our  website , and follow along on  Instagram
Banff Hospitality Collective Banff, Alberta, Canada
May 13, 2019
Full time
Thank you for your interest in Banff Hospitality Collective! A minimum of 1 year in the food service industry required  Summer jobs have a range of start dates (from April 1st - June 15th, 2019) with the opportunity to continue working into the Fall Season Staff accommodation in downtown Banff is available We have a 3-step hiring process: Apply for this job by submitting your resume and cover letter online at banffcollective.com/careers Interview Job Placement **Only successful candidates will advance to the next step** Perks of the Job: Living in Banff National Park: mountains, hiking, biking, skiing, boarding, all at your doorstep 25% off food at all venues for employees 50% off food & bottles of wine at all venues for managers Competitive wages & salaries Ski & golf pass financing VIP line entrance & no cover for you and one guest at the nightclubs Education reimbursements (up to 75% off career-related courses) Extended health care plan (long-term employees) Variety of kitchens & cuisine Working under Red Seal Chefs Almost 100% of upper management move up from within BHC Incentive programs (referral & summer bonus) Line Cook role description: A mid to experienced level culinary position in the kitchen with so much opportunity for growth.  Line cooks are responsible for ensuring food is properly stored and handled, that the quality and quantity of food prepared meets BHC’s standards, and keeping food waste to a minimum.  Line cooks work closely with chefs and sous chefs and have a key role in supervising and training new staff members brought on. Responsibilities: Prepare basic components of each dish on the menu Memorize and utilize serving portion sizes and all basic meal prep procedures used in the kitchen Ensure that the kitchen, including prep areas and storage, meet restaurant cleaning standards Monitor quality of the product being used Ideal candidate:  A minimum of 1 year in the food service industry required  Ability to work on your feet for 8-hour shifts Ability to work with a team in a fast-paced environment Must have excellent verbal skills Food Safety certificate is an asset Visa Requirements: Must be legally eligible to work in Canada. BHC is unable to assist candidates in obtaining Canadian work authorization. Want to know more about Banff Hospitality Collective? Check out our  website , and follow along on  Instagram
Banff Hospitality Collective Banff, Alberta, Canada
May 13, 2019
Full time
Thank you for your interest in Banff Hospitality Collective! Summer jobs have a range of start dates (from April 1st - June 15th, 2019) with the opportunity to continue working into the Fall Season Staff accommodation in downtown Banff is available We have a 3-step hiring process: Apply for this job by submitting your resume and cover letter online at banffcollective.com/careers Interview Job Placement **Only successful candidates will advance to the next step** Perks of the Job: Living in Banff National Park: mountains, hiking, biking, skiing, boarding, all at your doorstep 25% off food at all venues for employees 50% off food & bottles of wine at all venues for managers Competitive wages & salaries Ski & golf pass financing VIP line entrance & no cover for you and one guest at the nightclubs Education reimbursements (up to 75% off career-related courses) Extended health care plan (long-term employees) Variety of kitchens & cuisine Working under Red Seal Chefs Almost 100% of upper management move up from within BHC Incentive programs (referral & summer bonus) Dishwasher role description: Looking to get your foot in the door in one of our great kitchens?  Dishwashing is a great entry level position that does not require any previous experience.  Dishwashers are responsible for the cleanliness of kitchen equipment, cooking utensils, and dishes for the dining room and to meet hygiene requirements.  Being able to work quickly, efficiently, and independently are key qualities needed for this position. Responsibilities: Operate the industrial dishwasher as well as  wash  by hand Follow sanitation policies at all times Provide assistance to prep cook and other kitchen staff as needed Perform specified open and closing duties Clean up spills or broken glassware immediately Ideal candidate:  No previous experience needed – we are here to train you! Excellent time management skills Ability to work alone and in a team Ability to operate industrial machinery and carry loads up to 20 lbs Willingness to work in a hot, humid environment and on your feet for  8 hour  shifts Visa Requirements: Must be legally eligible to work in Canada. BHC is unable to assist candidates in obtaining Canadian work authorization. Want to know more about Banff Hospitality Collective? Check out our  website , and follow along on  Instagram
Banff Hospitality Collective Banff, AB, Canada
May 13, 2019
Full time
Banff Hospitality Collective is looking for a driven and energetic self-starter who thrives on a challenge to join their Human Resources department in Banff, Alberta on a full-time permanent basis in the role of People & Culture Specialist. Banff Hospitality Collective is a multi-concept restaurant company who's 11 (soon to be more) venues are located in the heart of downtown Banff. Our centralized home office consists of 6 divisional departments with 15 employees. We are passionate about food & beverage and strive to be a top employer in Banff because we believe our people are the most important part of our business. People & Culture Specialist The People & Culture Specialist works with the Human Resources Manager to make and keep Banff Hospitality Collective a dynamic, thriving, growing organization and a great place to work. The People & Culture Specialist enjoys supporting and working with individuals and teams across the organization. Working in partnership with the Human Resources Manager the People & Culture Specialist supports and champions HR operations, the creation, development, and delivery of programs, policies, and practices. In doing so, exemplifies our values and culture as they build strong relationships with people from across the organization and community partners. The People & Culture Specialist connects with people naturally, listening and understanding opportunities to engage, support, and inspire others What You'll   Do While you’re very focused on building BHC’s employer brand, recruiting amazing people to join our family, and building community for our staff - you’re also a jack of all trades in relation to administration and HR. You’ll do a little bit of everything in HR; if it relates to employees there’s a good chance you’ll be a part of it. You bridge the gap between BHC (the employer) and job seekers, building relationships with culinary schools, job resource centers, and other avenues of access to job seekers. Connecting with people and building trusting relationships Own BHC orientation, seeking out useful information to include to introduce new employees to the company and to Banff. As our most enthusiastic employer brand ambassador and community builder you lead our Collective Community Commitment committee; and plan, host, and build excitement for staff activities, initiatives, and parties. You’ll also maintain a calendar of company and community events to help employees live the Banff lifestyle to it’s fullest. This role also helps the office stay organized by carrying out some office administration tasks, arranging donations in response to donation requests, and monitoring the admin email inbox. You’ll play an important role in spreading the word - you make sure BHC employees are aware of what we’re up to and how they can get involved. You’re the content creator and writer of the BHC monthly newsletter, and you play the main role in sending out announcements to staff via our communication software, using discretion and being sure to not bung up everyone’s email inbox. Be known for having one of the best jobs in the company, hosting all our staff events and activities, also means you get to attend and participate - such things as hiking, climbing, fitness classes, volunteering, community cleanups, and whatever other things you can think of. What You'll Need Ability to work in a lively, buzzing, dog-friendly environment Energy, enthusiasm, willingness to learn Comfortable working in ambiguous scenarios that require using educated discretion Connecting with people and building trusting relationships comes easy to you Understanding of the importance of communication and culture building Creative and innovative ideas and the ability to put those ideas into motion quickly Collaborative working style and team focus Above average communication and writing skills Willing to take a step back to look at things from other perspectives and be open to a different way Ability to work with people sensitively, tactfully, diplomatically, and professionally at all times. Analytical problem solver with a strong eye for detail, a sense of urgency and the ability to prioritize Travel may be required Ability to create and conduct presentations What We're Looking For Basic and general understanding of the human resources field Formal education and experience in HR are ideal (we’d love if you have a diploma and two years of related experience), but don’t be shy, the right attitude might change our minds. The successful candidate must have the ability to be physically active, have an interest in hiking and the outdoors and a passion for sharing that with others First aid training is considered an asset, the successful candidate must be willing to obtain training within a month of hire if they don’t possess it upon hire. What's In It For You? Live, work and play in Banff National Park 50% off food and bottles of wine at all venues Ski and golf pass financing Education and training reimbursements up to 75% for career-related courses Opportunities for growth and advancement Work with a company that intentionally gives back to the community through donations of time, donations of money, and environmental responsibility. Banff is where we   | create | indulge | cook | distill | celebrate | explore | adventure | dine...come join us! If you feel that you are uniquely qualified for this position please submit your resume and cover letter for consideration. Applicants must be legally eligible to work in Canada. All information submitted to Banff Hospitality Collective remains in strict confidence. Closing Date:   May 12, 2019 Want to know more about Banff Hospitality Collective? Check out our   website   and follow along with us on   Instagram ! This job description is intended as a summary of the primary responsibilities and qualifications for this position. The job description is not intended as inclusive of all duties an individual in this position might be asked to perform or of all qualifications that may be required either now or in the future.