Company Vision & Values
Our vision at St Joe Club & Resorts is to build a team of servant-hearted leaders, relentless in the pursuit of hospitality excellence. We all have a passion for the industry. We provide genuine Southern hospitality with a positive attitude and a smile. We value integrity and uphold the standards and enrich every experience for our guests. It’s all in the details. We strive to do everything right the first time in making everything perfect for our guests.
Who Are We?
Life at St. Joe Club & Resorts moves to the cadence of seasons and tides. Our Clubs and Resorts are a home. It's a retreat for our members and guests and their loved ones to enjoy. There's never enough time to experience all that a St. Joe Clubs and Resorts has to offer. That's why we find them coming back, year after year, to reconnect and revive. This lifestyle, this revival, is made possible through the hard work and dedication of our Joe Associates. St. Joe Club & Resorts operates a portfolio of ultra-luxury and luxury hotels, private clubs, marinas, restaurants, tennis and recreation operations, and award-winning golf courses in the Northwest Florida area.
What Do We Expect?
Passion, perseverance, and drive are important. We seek people who embody our Vision and Values. Our ability to put others above ourselves is a daily focus. Our leaders are the walking example of our vision and values to our associates and place heavy influence on our future growth. Because we often spend more time at work than home with our families, the workplace should be a place that is welcoming, productive, and enjoyable.
How Do We Invest in Our Teams?
At St Joe Club & Resorts we honor, cherish, cultivate, practice, and develop the unique talents and strengths of our team. We work hard to intentionally identify and develop the unique and diverse talents and strengths. When we engage in strengths development, we have the potential to create Strong people, a Strong company and a Strong community. Our efforts focus on providing personal and professional growth through activities such as Community Involvement (Habitat for Humanity projects and Weston Wood Ranch). We also have a monthly meeting of the Bookworms book club, development workshops, classroom and computer based learning, and potential tuition reimbursement for continued education and certifications in the field.
What Will I Be Doing?
Our kitchens operate in a brigade level setup. Cooks are evaluated based on their skills and experience to determine if they are a Cook 1, 2, or 3. As a Cook 1, you would be the lead cook for your station and would have significant skill and experience in the kitchen. You are the example for the other cooks in the kitchen. As a Cook 2, you have been in the field and have demonstrated you know your way around the kitchen and can handle the pressure of orders. You too are an example for the lower level culinary team. The Cook 3 staff are still kind of new to the kitchen, but are passionate about learning and have demonstrated their ability to handle their station. Our restaurant menus vary in skill level as we have fast-serve locations with our high-volume beach clubs to a more formal dining experience with our dinner service restaurants. The ability to be prepared for your shifts (mentally and physically) is important regardless of your culinary skill. The culinary team must successfully work together keeping the kitchen clean, product rotated and stored properly, and the orders are accurately prepared within the goal ticket times.
What Experience is Needed to Be Successful?
The experience needed for these positions depends on the Cook level. As a Cook 1, you should have a degree in the culinary field or comparable experience working in a kitchen. As a Cook 2, you should have some culinary education or training or comparable experience in a kitchen. As a Cook 3, you would have some kitchen experience or exposure to the field. Regardless of your background, a skills test will be completed to allow us to determine your skill and the appropriate level and location.
What are the Physical Requirements of the Job?
For this position, you will work in the noise, heat and cold temperatures of the stove/oven or cooler/freezer. You will be required to stand for your shift that may last 8-12 hours. It also requires regular lifting of up to 50 lbs, prolonged attention tickets, orders, and regular walking, kneeling, bending and stooping. You may occasionally need to climb stairs and walk longer distances during events.
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