Some of you may recall back when I was promoted to Chef/Kitchen Manager (position formerly titled Executive Chef). Recently my F&B Manager was let go. I applied for the position but knew I wasn't the most qualified as all of my experience is BoH. As I figured they offered the position to someone else, who should be coming on board next month. But, the company does value me, and wants me to hold that position in the future, and the new F&B actually wants a higher position, which they are creating for him next summer (Director of Hospitality). So, I will be training with the new F&B with the plan of taking the position next summer. Meanwhile, I need to train my successor. I have brought back one of my old Sous Chef's for the position of Executive Chef. He had transferred to table games because he couldn't handle working for the old F&B. I didn't blame him a bit, it has been the most unpleasant 3 years of my life. Anyhow, with him holding the above title, my title of Chef/Kitchen Manager doesn't sound right. It sounds like I'm working for him. In speaking with the CFO about all of these changes he said I could retitle my position any way I choose, but I couldn't choose the title "CFO". :roll: I'm thinking that dropping the word Chef would suffice, but would appreciate everyone's input as to whether there is a more appropriate title for someone who is above the Executive Chef. Thank you, I know this was a bit long-winded.