Culinary Instructor Part-Time:
Kellwell is looking for a part-time culinary instructor who can teach 20 to 24 hours per week and share their culinary knowledge and expertise in the culinary field. The class is held in a correctional facility, with students looking to learn a skill that can help them succeed and/or start a career in the food service industry.
The Culinary Arts Instructor teaches a 7-week curriculum designed to provide students in a correctional facility, with the technical proficiencies, job readiness and life skills required to work in a professional kitchen. This is a reoccurring class between two jail facilities.
- Deliver high-quality, well-prepared instruction in a classroom and lab setting.
- Deliver a comprehensive and highly individualized competency-based curriculum.
- Prepares lesson plans in a timely fashion.
- Provides diverse instructional methods to address various learning styles and approaches.
- Assesses learners' progress using established program criteria, and maintains accurate records.
- Model a real-world industry-relevant setting in the teaching environment.
- Be able to work a flexible time schedule as the program requires (nights and weekend are possible but rare).
- Hold students accountable for their future while exhibiting a caring, nurturing demeanor.
Take a pro-active interest in the achievement of every student's individual success plan.
- Diploma in Culinary Arts, from an accredited institution
- Industry experience in a culinary role with solid technical skills in production and instruction.
- Experience teaching a diverse and at-risk population.
- Good organizational and communication skills with a working knowledge of Microsoft Office.
- ServSafe Manager Certification Required, Instructor/ Proctor Certification preferred.
Able to work independently and as a member of a dynamic team.
Kellwell Food Management was co-founded in 1992 by Joe Broadwell and Charles Keller. Having years of experience in the corrections industry, Mr. Broadwell, currently President of Kellwell, saw an opportunity to bring greater efficiency and a higher level of service to the correctional food service industry. Mr. Broadwell's expertise has often been requested as a consultant for correctional facilities both here in the U.S. and internationally. In 2012, Kellwell was joined by John Walling, current Vice-President and co-owner. Mr. Walling brings over 25 years of purchasing, sales, and operational experience and wisdom to Kellwell. Together, Joe and John have developed a successful formula to expand the services that Kellwell provides from food service to laundry services, commissary services, and a new culinary arts program for inmates re-entry into society.
Over the last 25 years Kellwell Food Management Company has serviced 22 states and over 100 national accounts; during that period scoring 100% on all 35 American Correctional Association (ACA) Audits.
Today, Kellwell Food Management proudly services multiple states. Services areas include but are not limited to: Northeast, Southeast and Midwest regions of the U.S.