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My New Employer
My New Employer
Sadly, I have found that facebook is much easier to update with my life, and I seem to have neglected flickr folk. I apologize. I hated working at the Barleys in Council Bluffs. Totally different environment, and I was bored to death. So I started job hunting, and got an interview for a Chef job at Doubletree Guest Suites in Omaha. Turned out the hotel had lost both their chef and General Manager, and so the Doubletree Hotel Downtown was trying to assist in running the place, until replacements were found. The Asst. GM downtown was also running the Guest Suites, and guess what? I have worked for him before! So that was an easy interview. But at the end, he cornered me alone, and told me the downtown hotel had issues and they would love for me to work there again. An hour later I am interviewing at the Downtown Doubletree Hotel. I ended up with an offer from both, and chose the downtown location. It was not just the fact it is three blocks from my place (this picture is taken from my bedroom!), but it is a dream job, so to speak. I am the Chef de Cuisine, third in charge of the kitchen. But the beauty of the job is that I create every day. No cooking the same menu everyday. I produce the breakfast buffet for the restaurant, then create the lunch buffet, which consists of two protiens, a starch, two veg and the soup of the day, plus a bonus item of my choosing. The soup of the day is also served to the employees, and is used in the restaurant at night. I also produce the employee meal of the day, which is free to the staff. The breakfast menu is a set menu, but lunch, the employee meal and the soup of the day is totally my choosing, so every day I get to create whatever I want. How many chefs get to do that??? Total creavitity every single day!! And I also assist with food for daytime banquets and meetings. I started there November 2nd, and am having the time of my life!! Getting inspired again! Re-energized. I have to get up at 3:15 in the morning, because I open the kitchen every day at 4:45 a.m., but I am off between 1:30 and 3:00 in the afternoon, and have found I am getting more things done after work at home now. And it is a corporation. Paid holidays, overtime, benefits, direct deposit, insurance....the list goes on and on. And I get paid more too! So far, I am loving it!!!!!!!!!!!
Joe Beal - LCRA General Manager 2000 - 2007
Joe Beal - LCRA General Manager 2000 - 2007
Photo ID: A00316 Born in Oklahoma, Joe Beal earned a degree in civil engineering from Texas Tech University in 1968, followed by a master’s degree of business administration in municipal finance from the University of Texas at Austin. Following a tour of duty in Vietnam, he worked for the Texas Water Quality Board, and then for the engineering and environmental consulting firm, Espey Huston. Beal came to work for LCRA in 1995 to lead Water Services at the request of Mark Rose and became LCRA’s eighth general manager in 2000. Photographic Print: 5" x 7" Photographer: Unknown

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