Position Summary: We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Second Cook.
In this role, the successful candidate will be responsible for performing work of moderate difficulty in the preparation of food.
Follows established departmental sanitation standards. Attends meetings and in-services for food production employees.
Utilizes sanitizers and cleaning chemicals properly and regularly to clean work area. Follows the practice of clean as you go. Insures all food items are properly labeled and dated. Practices proper hand-washing and sanitary techniques according to departmental procedures.
Properly uses equipment for the preparation of food. Follows HACCP, code compliance, and all food safety standards. Applies correct sanitary procedures in the preparation and storage of all food items.
Utilizes all types of kitchen equipment to prepare food. Uses the appropriate following equipment: griddles, grills, ovens, deep-fat fryers, slicers, choppers, steamers, steam kettles, tilt fry kettles, mixers, robo coup, and miscellaneous small equipment such as knives, paddles, whips, etc. for proper preparation of food.
Prepares food for patient services, cafeteria service, and catering services. Sets up assigned work area by collecting and assembling food and supplies needed to complete duties. Follows proper cooking procedures in accordance with the standardized recipe cards and the supervisors instructions to produce a uniformed product. Implements procedures necessary to satisfy all patient dietary restrictions. Garnishes the food properly. Completes assignments within allotted time frames and assists in the timely set-up of food delivery to all user areas according to production sheets and the supervisors instructions.
Minimum Qualifications: To qualify you must have a Three years of cooking experience in a health care institution or commercial establishment with a large volume food service. Must be knowledgeable in portion control and forecasting procedures. Must be able to understand and communicate effectively in English. Must be able to give and follow written and verbal instructions.
Preferred Qualifications: High School Degree or the equivalent preferred.
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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