The mission of 4-H Camp Bristol Hills is to provide youth with a unique, fun outdoor experience under the guidance of positive role models, emphasizing positive social interaction, environmental awareness and skill building.
The Assistant Cook is responsible for the planning and implementing of camp meals with the Food Service Director. The Assistant Food Service Director is not required to live on the camp property.
The Assistant Food Service Director position includes 1 week of pre-camp staff training and 6 weeks of residential camp that run from Sunday afternoon to Friday afternoon each week. The Assistant Food Service Director is not scheduled to work Wednesday dinner service. Specific dates camp is open are June 28 -August 14, 2020. The Assistant Food Service Director is responsible for helping with the cleaning and closing of the camp's kitchen facility.
Cook and serve meals efficiently
Care and cleaning of kitchen equipment and facility
Assist Food Service Director when needed during the camp day.
Supervise kitchen staff with professionalism when Food Service Director is off duty
Assist in filling requisition requests for special meals and weekend meals
Support and embrace diversity in all interactions with campers, other staff members, volunteers and parents. Implement programs that engage diverse backgrounds, interests and learning styles.
Other duties may be assigned as required
18 years of age or previous experience as an assistant cook.
Experience with food management and large quantity cooking
Willingness and ability to be flexible to adjust to camp resources, conditions, and program
Salary and Benefit Details
Salary commensurate with experience. Benefits are not available for this position.
Review of applications will begin immediately. The position will remain open until a qualified pool of candidates is obtained.
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Complete *ALL* sections of the online application and questionnaires.
Attach a Cover Letter.
Attach a Resume.
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