Fort Steele is seeking a talented and experienced Food and Beverage Manager to lead our food services team in producing high quality offerings for our guests. As the Food and Beverage Manager, you will be responsible for managing the daily operations of the Bakery, International Hotel Restaurant, Visitor Reception Centre café, and special events food and beverage needs. This includes preparing, baking and serving products, managing inventory, ensuring quality control, managing and training staff, among other duties.
Maintenance personnel are imperative to the sustainability of Fort Steele Heritage Town. This position is extensive and covers a wide range of duties, from general day-to-day care of the site (garbage collection, light bulb replacement, grounds work, etc.), to larger-scale projects that may involve working with contractors. Flexibility in the expectations of the job is necessary as working conditions will fluctuate based on the season, and workloads will constantly vary.
The Friends of Fort Steele Society seeks a mission-driven and experienced nonprofit business leader in successfully executing strategic plans and empowering a dedicated staff.
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will be based at our offices on the Fort Steele Heritage site. The position will have the overall management responsibility for growing an authentic and impactful heritage conservation organization with a million dollar annual budget, and 50+ employees during the high season. The Society oversees the management and operation of both Fort Steele Heritage Town and gold rush ghost town, Fisherville.
Fort Steele Heritage Town is located just a 15 minute drive from Cranbrook BC, 35 minutes from Kimberley and one hour from Fernie, surrounded by the Rockies to the East and the Purcell Mountains to the West. The region is defined by its outdoor activities, small mountain town culture and thriving arts community.
The Friends of Fort Steele Heritage Society’s mission is to spark curiosity for times past while sharing and conserving the region’s heritage by bringing history to life with remarkable and vibrant programming for present and future generations.