Specifications include, but are not limited to: 1.4 Food Service Manager
a. The successful Offeror shall provide a trained food service manager with at least 12-months
experience in detention food service management or similar experience in correctional
facilities, who will work with the Detention Center and Prison administration.
b. The Offeror shall provide the resume and qualifications of the actual manager to be
assigned to the facility. The prospective manager is to be available for an interview if a
presentation is required before award of contract. The manager will be assigned solely to the
Moss Justice Center’s Detention Center.
c. Employment of the manager and all other employees of the Offeror at the facility will be
subject to review and approval by the jail administrator, or his designee. The jail administrator,
or his designee, reserves the right to require the Offeror to remove any employee from the
facility at the jail administrator’s or his designee’s discretion.
1.5 Nutrition Consultant
The successful Offeror shall provide a full time qualified nutrition consultant, who is at
minimum, a certified dietician and is licensed by the State of South Carolina, to review menus.
The Detention Center administration also reserves the right to consult with other dieticians for
review of menus and associated nutritional information.
The Offeror shall be required to provide full time on site staff and maintain the following
a. 1- each food service director
b. 2- each assistant food service managers/line supervisors
c. 4- each cook supervisors
The Offeror shall provide sufficient staff at all times to provide for the efficient operation of
food service. The Prison shall attempt to provide sufficient inmate labor for meal delivery,
sanitation and other activities that the Detention Center and the Offeror determine can be
appropriately handled by inmate labor.
Should inmate labor not be available, the Offeror shall ensure that sufficient employees are
present to provide all such services.
All Proposers shall indicate in their Proposal the desired number of inmate workers
required in the kitchen, as well as a daily schedule and job positions.