If you're an Army Food Service Specialist (92G) looking for a job, check out your skills and the civilian jobs they're suited for, based on the Military.com MOS Skills Translator.
Army, 92G, Food Service Specialist
One of the biggest barriers to searching for jobs is understanding how the skills you learned in the military translate to the civilian workforce. Military.com features a powerful tool that breaks down the unique abilities inherent to any military occupational specialty (MOS) and tells you what keywords and terms to use in your resume, as well as suggested job openings.
Your Skills Breakdown:
- Beverage Preparation/Sommelier
- Food and Beverage Service
- Food Preparation
- Food Presentation
- Food Processiong & Packaging
- Food Safety Procedures
- Inventory Management and Distribution
- Menu Development
Civilian Job Suggestions:
Restaurant Manager – Working as a restaurant manager can fulfill your passions for food and organization. The job requires leadership skills and in-depth knowledge of the food industry. Working as a food service specialist in the military can provide a very strong foundation for this type of job – you already have a strong foundation in leadership and food, next comes applying it in the civilian world.
Cook – Everyone needs to eat, and cooks are professionals at making the experience wholly enjoyable. If you love perfecting the cooking and presentation of food, then consider applying for cook jobs after your transition.
Server – Servers are a seriously underappreciated class of workers. They're the ones who tend to the whims and needs of every customer, and great service can turn a good dining experience into a great one.
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