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Executive Chef/Culinary Director

The Chef and Culinary Director is responsible for overseeing Salt Kitchen, the culinary arm of Jail to Jobs. Through the Salt Kitchen program, the Chef and Culinary Director will help enrich the quality of life for youthful offenders through on-the-job and interpersonal skills training, mentor and train previously incarcerated and at-risk youth, supervise the culinary youth and staff, and oversee the preparation and delivery of meals for caterings, meals-to-go, and fundraisers and events. The Chef and Culinary Director will report to the Executive Director.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Oversee the operations and administration of Salt Kitchen.

  • Lead, mentor, and manage the culinary youth and staff.

  • Pursue new catering and fundraising opportunities.

  • Manage all food preparation, cooking, serving, and cleaning by the culinary team.

  • Oversee food deliveries, caterings, meals to go, menus, and daily or weekly specials.

  • Oversee the purchase, maintenance, storage, and inventory of all food and culinary supplies and equipment.

  • Ensure compliance with all health codes, regulations, and food safety requirements

  • Maintain standards for food storage, rotation, quality, and appearance.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Obtained associate degree or higher from an accredited culinary arts program or equivalent work experience considered.

  • Catering experience

  • Management or supervisory experience

  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office suite, email, and e-commerce based tools

  • Excellent organizational skills and ability to keep accurate records in an online file system

  • Leadership skills and ability to motivate others

  • Ability to work within a budget

  • Strong oral and written communication skills


Job Type: Full Time



  • Pay range of $55,000-$65,000



  • Flexible schedule

  • Paid time off


  • Monday to Friday

  • Weekend Availability

Work Location: One location



We are looking for 2-3 full time/part time (25-40 hours/week) staff members who live in the Georgian Acres or Pleasant Valley/Riverside communities, are trusted by the other people who live there and who want to mediate and stop violence before it happens. Flexible and non-traditional hours sometimes including nights and weekends. $35K -$50K/year

Williamson County Coordinator

The Williamson County Coordinator is responsible for managing sub-contracts, supervisors, and youth in the Williamson County program of Jail to Jobs. The Williamson County Coordinator reports to the Williamson County Director. The Williamson County Coordinator will supervise all youth and supervisors in Williamson County.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Oversee all sub-contracts within Williamson County

  • Recruit youth into the program

  • Ensure youth are being mentored, supported, and empowered

  • Fill in at subcontracting worksites as needed

  • Transporting youth to worksites

  • Empower, support, and directly supervise the Williamson County Supervisor

  • Maintain the budget of each sub-contract

  • Build a network of business owners, managers, pastors, churches, and others.

  • Assist at fundraising events throughout the year

  • Share Jail to Jobs with your network and help recruit supporters

  • Teach curriculum lessons, lead bible studies, and manage volunteers

  • Verify time sheets, assist with payroll, gather and collect data

  • Basic proficiency in technology: (Email, Google, Word/Pages, Excel)

  • Attend all appropriate staff meetings and trainings

  • Enter notes about youth into a case management system

  • Other duties as assigned by the Williamson County Director, Program Director, or Executive Director

Work Hours and Benefits:​

  • Initially part-time, hourly work during trial period; after trial period, it is a full-time, salaried position.

  • Initial pay range of $16-$18 per hour; salary $30,000-$40,000

  • Full-time, salaried benefits: vacation and sick leave, holidays off, employer-paid access to healthcare services and mental health counseling

Required Skills and Qualifications:

  • Texas driver’s license and reliable transportation

  • Leadership skills and ability to motivate others

  • Strong oral and written communication skills

  • Pleasing personality, positive attitude, interest, and enthusiasm

Preferred Skills and Qualifications:

  • Criminal justice involvement, lived experiences

  • Minimum education level: high school diploma or GED


Job Type: Full Time



  • Pay range of $30,000-$40,000



  • Flexible schedule

  • Paid time off


  • Monday to Friday

  • Weekend Availability

People with a criminal record are encouraged to apply


Ability to commute/relocate:

  • 5 Indian Meadows Drive, Round Rock, TX 78665: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Preferred)



  • Driver's License (Required)


Work Location: In person

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