Prepare and cook food items according to recipes, daily menus, and supervisor instructions.
Clean and inspect kitchen equipment, kitchen appliances, and work areas in order to ensure cleanliness and functional operation.
Operate food station, including performing station checklist, temperature log, counter meeting, and signage.
Requisition food supplies, kitchen equipment, and appliances, based on estimates of future needs.
Monitor menus and spending in order to ensure that meals are prepared economically.
Partial High School education required; High School Diploma/G.E.D. preferred.
Culinary knowledge.
Food Handler's permit required and strong sanitation habits.
Strong customer service abilities; actively looks for ways to assist customers and coworkers.
Ability to recognize when a problem has occurred and communicate it to management.
Must be able to speak clearly and listen attentively for full comprehension. Must be able to write legibly as well as read and understand directions and instructions.
Will be required to perform diverse physical tasks. Must be able to tolerate and work in rain and snow, cold and hot weather.
Must be able to stoop, bend and grasp with repeated motion. Extensive walking and stair climbing. Good physical energy, stamina and agility. Exposure to wet floors and various cleaning chemicals.
Must be able to stand for extended periods of time.
Must be able to lift 35 pounds on a regular basis.
Must be service and safety oriented. Must possess a sense of awareness, timeliness, urgency, humor and common sense.
Contact: Nancy Fuentes
Email: jobs@ishrplus.com

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