Promotional priority for Teamster employees runs from 7/5/2019 through 7/12/2019
The following list of duties does not include all possible tasks and responsibilities, nor limits the assignment of additional related tasks including tasks typically performed by a lower classification.
-Assembles products to service including front line finish product cooking -Serves food and maintains points of service and beverage stations for product and cleanliness -Preps fresh fruits and vegetables -Assists cook and senior food service worker as assigned -Cuts, plates, assembles products to service -Prepares *simple recipes -Operates induction burners, Turbo Chef type ovens, grills, fryers, mechanical cutting equipment, mixers and other manual kitchen utensils including knives -Completes food production records -Prepares items on the grill, in the pizza oven and exhibition style -Prepares and serves branded products according to brand specification following specified recipes and portion control -Makes coffee, espresso based drinks, smoothies, etc. -Participates in menu presentation and food quality assessment in conjunction with manager or lead worker -Assists in training and assigning tasks to student employees and new food service workers -Puts away food and supplies -Completes daily, weekly and monthly cleaning as assigned -Performs other duties as assigned
*A simple recipe would be limited to the following:
Assembly of measured, portioned, processed ingredients
For Example: -Assembling a hamburger -Assembling a sandwich -Assembling a pizza -Assembling a taco
Application of non-moist heat in such a way that a reasonable lay person would easily be able to judge "doneness" to include reaching appropriate temperature on grilled products
Addition or substitution of products to a recipe to make a variation of the same product
For Example: -Addition of butterscotch chips or butterscotch drizzle to make butterscotch brownies -Pepperoni added to a plain cheese pizza -Substituting red onions versus white onions in a stir fry
Application of heat to primarily pre-cooked protein products and non-protein products
For Example: -Exhibition cooking
Assembly and heating of various prescribed ingredients in an established pattern and quantity with predetermined cooking parameters
For Example: -Boxed brownie mix -Rehydration of dehydrated mashed potatoes -Assembly and cooking of a pizza -Baking of preformed, frozen cookie dough -Proofing and baking of pre-portioned yeast products -Grilling a hamburger -Scrambling eggs on a grill
This position has the responsibility for general food production and dispensing service following appropriate food safety and sanitation standards. Provides excellent customer service.
**Due to the variations in the academic year, it is possible that this job will have a reduction of hours during breaks.**
-High school graduate or GED. -Must have at least six (6) months of relevant experience or education in quantity food production. -Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds occasionally. -Must be able to accurately perform simple mathematics calculations. -Must be able to read, write, understand and communicate in English. -Must be able to stand up for 4 hours at a time. -Possess safe knife handling skills.
** Continued employment in this position is contingent upon: Passing a knife skills test during probation period. Passing brand training during probation period. Passing Food Safety test during probation period. Reliable attendance at all scheduled shifts.
* An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check. *
Internal Number: 331501
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