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Kitchen managers are responsible for overseeing the operations in professional kitchens and ensuring that everything runs smoothly with minimum mistakes, accidents, equipment problems and staff issues. In addition to the overall supervision, kitchen managers also assist in ordering and purchasing products when necessary. During rush hour they pitch in and help with plating, serving or any other task so that customers get their orders on time.
A high school diploma or equivalent is sufficient to get hired as a kitchen manager in any professional kitchen. What is more important than your qualifications is your experience as a kitchen manager. Very few employers if any will even consider an applicant who has no hands-on experience. Working as a kitchen manager can be challenging as you are in charge of everything and sometimes a lot of things can go wrong. It takes someone with experience to be able to handle it all with equanimity and make sure that customers do not face the consequences of any chaos in the kitchen. Doing an internship is the best way to get the necessary kitchen manager work experience.
In addition to the job knowledge, kitchen managers must have excellent leadership, organizational, communication and problem-solving skills.
At your interview for a kitchen manager role, your interviewer is sure to ask you about your experience. What kind of a kitchen did you work in? What were your responsibilities in the kitchen? What are your strengths that make this a good job for you? Do you have any weaknesses that could compromise your efficiency in the kitchen? Some questions are tough to answer but you can get the edge by going through mock interview questions and getting a look at some of the more commonly asked questions at kitchen manager interviews.