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As part of SCL, Cornell Dining is comprised of more than 30 on-campus eateries, including multiple "All You Care to Eat" dining rooms, cafes, coffee houses, food courts, and retail convenience stores. From holiday-themed meals to chef surprises and dining room special nights, the Cornell Dining team of more than 400 culinary and skilled staff members work hard every day towards offering a variety of fresh and healthy food options from all over the world. Cornell Dining's overarching mission is a commitment to serving high-quality foods that are healthy and creatively prepared with genuine care for a diverse community.
Under regular supervision, the Dish Machine Operatorwill play a critical support role in success of this mission. Although most of their time is spent in the dish-room, this position must be team-oriented, customer-service driven and have a desire to succeed. Likely daily tasks include:
Washing, organizing and stocking all dishes, silverware, glassware, utensils, pots and pans.
Maintenance of the front and back-of-house floors, walls, ceilings, trash and garbage disposals.
Ensure clean and functional stations by keeping areas stocked with necessary sanitary items including but not limited to paper towels, toilet paper, and soap.
Enforce and meet safety and sanitation requirements.
A successful candidate, must have good interpersonal skills and be creative and flexible at all times as schedules, shifts, and locations are subject to change. Position may require evening, weekend, and holiday hours. May perform other related duties as assigned. Position may be subject to seasonal lay-offs including summer, fall, winter, and spring breaks.
Basic proficiency in English involving reading, writing, math and verbal articulation. Be able to lift 30 lbs. occasionally and up to 50 lbs. (minimal). Ability to withstand continuous exposure to temperature changes, heat, steam, slippery floors, food waste and kitchen equipment such as slicers, fryers, steamers, and ovens. Must be able to stand for long periods of time.
Previous dish machine operation experience with knowledge of proper sanitation and HACCP procedures helpful and highly preferred.
This posting is for the below location and schedule only . Location and schedule assignments can change based on business needs.
Current Dining UAW members within the same job grade and title will be given first priority.
University Title: Dish Machine Operator
UAW Job Grade: SO-02
Unit: North Star
Anticipated Work Schedule:
Thursday - OFF
Friday - 2:15pm-10:15pm
Monday - 2:15pm-10:15pm
Tuesday - 2:15pm-10:15pm
Wednesday - OFF
*Schedules are subject to change based on business needs
No relocation assistance is provided for this position. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
University Job Title:
Dish Machine Operator S02
Pay Rate Type:
Number of Openings:
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