Requirements: Job Description:The Center for Workforce Development is seeking an instructor toassist with a Corporate Training pilot in the Hotel andAccommodations Industry. The instructor will participate in thereview and development of curriculum to upskill Housekeepers toHousekeeping Inspectors. The instructor will work with the collegeand the business to develop and deliver training in the areas ofManagement, Leadership and Supervision. The business will provideinstruction in all matters related to housekeeping. It isanticipated that if the pilot is successful the training will beoffered throughout the hotel chain. Application Instructions:Please attach a cover letter, resume, and the names of 3references. 3-5 Years Experience providing Management, Leadership andSupervision training at the corporate or college level.Prior experience working with corporate partners a plus. About Roxbury Community College:Center for Workforce Development at Roxbury Community Collegeprovides Corporate Training, Professional Education and Life-LongLearning to businesses, students and community members. RoxburyCommunity College located in Roxbury MA is part of a State-widesystem of Community Colleges providing higher education andworkforce development programs to local communities across thestate. Additional Information:The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and CrimeStatistics Act requires all institutes of higher education todisclose campus policy statements and crime statistics. Our annualreport is available at www.rcc.mass.edu/clery .Appointment is subject to SORI (Sexual Offense RegistryInformation) background check, and a publicly accessibleMassachusetts CORI (Criminal Offense Registry Information)background check.Roxbury Community College is an affirmative action/equalopportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis ofrace, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, age,veteran status, genetic information, gender identity or sexualorientation in its programs and activities as required by Title IXof the Educational Amendments of 1972, the Americans withDisabilities Act of 1990, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of1973, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and otherapplicable statutes and college policies. The College prohibitssexual harassment including sexual violence. Inquiries orcomplaints concerning discrimination, harassment, retaliation, orsexual violence shall be referred to the College’s AffirmativeAction Officer/Title IX Coordinator, the Equal EmploymentOpportunities Commission or the United States Department ofEducation’s Office for Civil Rights.
Pret A Manger and EAT are facing the prospect of a powerful new competitor on the high street after Sainsbury’s launched a standalone takeaway food shop called Fresh Kitchen.The concept store on Fleet Street, London, which opened on 13 January, sells a range of sandwiches, pastries, wraps, soups, curries, drinks, hot meals and salads to take away. There is no seating at the store and Sainsbury’s branding is kept to a minimum, with the shop instead highlighting the fact that products are freshly prepared on-site.Publicising the launch of the store through Twitter, Sainsbury’s remained tight-lipped on whether the brand would be rolled out nationally or would appear in its supermarkets, although it did say “watch this space”.In general, prices at the new store were lower than other sandwich retailers, with a latte retailing for £1.85 and sandwich wedges starting at £1.29.Kiti Soininen, senior food analyst at research company Mintel, said the concept could be expanded rapidly, given the scale and financial resources Sainsbury’s has at its disposal. “If the company does go on to build this into a larger chain, it would heat up the competition in the lunchtime market. The store focuses strongly on the freshness of its food as its selling point an approach seen at leading sandwich chains like Pret A Manger and EAT. With Fresh Kitchen sandwiches and baguettes priced at around the £3 mark, with breakfast variants at lower price points, it looks to aim to challenge these established chains.”