Culinary Campus Principal - Berea Duties & Responsibilities MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Culinary Arts or Hospitality Management qualification equivalent to NQF5 (e.
g. City & Guilds Diploma in Culinary Arts / Patisserie OR Hospitality Management) Basic first aid, Level 1 Basic firefighting certificate Conduct Outcomes based assessment (assessor training) JOB RELEVANT EXPERIENCE 3 years’
solid experience in the Food Industry 3 years’ management experience 3 years sales experience COMPETENCIES REQUIRED Knowledge of principles and methods for CTIA / City &
Guilds curriculum and training design, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups and the measurements of training effects Understanding of the CTIA and City &
Guilds training environment, practices, and principles Knowledge of the relevant legislation (SAQA / NQF) and CTIA policies and procedures Knowledge of all CTIA approved HR and Training practices (assessment processes and methods) CTIA awareness (Vision, Mission, Values, and Strategic objectives) Knowledge of the English language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition and grammar Knowledge on ways to inform learners via written, oral, and visual media Solid knowledge on Health, Safety and Food Regulations and Practices National and global culinary knowledge Solid knowledge on Kitchen management, culinary preparations, and cooking techniques Knowledge in sales department / overseeing a sales department Working with in CTIA budget Desired Experience &
Qualification PC literacy (MS-Office, internet, emails) Business communication skills (reading, writing, speaking and interviewing skills) Active listening (giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times) Social perceptiveness (being aware of others'
reactions and understanding why they react as they do) Learning strategies (selecting and using training / instructional methods and procedures appropriate for the situation when learning or teaching new things) Monitoring (monitoring / assessing performance of learners of CTIA to make improvements or take corrective action) Critical thinking (using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions, or approaches to problems) Active learning (understanding the implications of new information for both current and future problem-solving and decision-making) Planning, administration and organizing skills Conflict handling and problem-solving skills Presentation skills, facilitation skills Project / function / event management skills Leadership skills, interpersonal skills (multicultural approach) Time management skills, decision making skills, stress management skills Sales motivation skills, setting up targets, data analysis.
Guiding CTIA career advisor / advisors ATTRIBUTES Dedicated, motivating, engaging Conversation starter Challenge students to think Egoless Innovative teaching methods Can demystify hard topics / subjects Inspire students, infinite patients, not judgmental Understand student difficulties Understand student learning styles Takes pride in student achievements Professionalism Flexible OTHER REQUIREMENTS Valid driver’
s license and must have own reliable transport Physically and mentally fit Learning potential Multi-task orientated Ability to work independently Committed to CTIA’
s core values and professional conduct Prepared to work irregular hours and travel from time to time Package & Remuneration R26000pm negotiable