Seeking Executive Chef and Director to Lead Food and Nutritional Services Department at Conway Regional Health System, Named a “Best Place to Work” for Three Consecutive Years!
- Reporting to the Chief Support Officer, the Executive Chef/Director of Food and Nutritional Services provides operational leadership to the department and establishes standards in all areas of food production service and sanitation.
- This Executive Chef/Director will create restaurant quality experience for patients and guests while establishing a collaborative work culture for all employees.
- Responsibility areas include, but are not limited to, planning menus, standardizing recipes, budget management, and procuring food, supplies, and equipment.
- Seeking visible leader to prioritize training and developing employees, as well as driving continuous improvement.
- Must bring 5+ years of experience.
- Bachelor’s degree required.
- Certified Chef preferred.
- Conway Regional Health System has provided complete health care for nearly 100 years and today serves the growing communities of northern central Arkansas with more than 225 physicians and 1,200+ employees.
- The health system is centered on the 150-bed Conway Regional Medical Center, which recently received Magnet designation in 2020. Conway Regional also operates an expansive physician enterprise, which includes ten primary care clinics and seven specialty clinics, as well as a Rehabilitation Hospital and a 70,000-square-foot Health and Fitness Center.
- Named as a Best Place to Work in Healthcare for the past three consecutive years by Modern Healthcare, Conway Regional was also recognized as the 2020 Best Hospital in Arkansas by AY Magazine.
- Travelocity recognized Conway, Arkansas, as #2 on their “Most Giving Cities in the U.S.” list, for their commitment to education, infrastructure, and civic service.
- The presence of Hendrix College, the University of Central Arkansas, and Central Baptist College is the primary reason Conway has such a remarkably young (median age 27.3) and educated (almost 40 percent with at least a bachelor’s degree) population, making it a competitive and diverse hub.
- With an estimated 2018 population of 66,426, the city has doubled in size since the mid-1990s, placing it among the nation’s top 20 percent of fastest growing cities with populations over 50,000.
- Conway is only 30 minutes outside of Little Rock, Arkansas, and 2.5 hours from Memphis, Tennessee.