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Cook Job Description: Top Duties and Qualifications (pay $13.00hr full-time/$11.00hr part-time)

A Cook, or Line Cook, is responsible for preparing ingredients at an establishment that serves food, processing customer orders, producing meals and cleaning their workspace throughout the day to follow health and safety guidelines. Cooks follow recipes consistently, make adjustments based on customer requests, communicate with wait staff and prepare garnishes to make an attractive presentation for each meal.

Cook duties and responsibilities

Cooks are responsible for delivering food that is not only delicious and cooked to the specifications of the customer but that is safe and fresh as well. They often have the following responsibilities:

  • Ensure ingredients and final products are fresh

  • Follow recipes, including measuring, weighing and mixing ingredients

  • Bake, grill, steam and boil meats, vegetables, fish, poultry and other foods

  • Present, garnish and arrange final dishes

  • Occasionally serve food

  • Maintain a clean and safe work area, including handling utensils, equipment and dishes

  • Handle and store ingredients and food

  • Maintain food safety and sanitation standards

  • A high school diploma or GED.

  • The ability to adhere to and uphold sanitization standards.

  • Excellent listening and communication skills.

  • A positive attitude and a polite and friendly demeanor.

Cashier Job Description: Top Duties and Qualifications (pay $10.00hr full-time)

A Cashier, or Retail Cashier, is responsible for processing cash, debit, credit and check transactions using a cash register or other point-of-sale system in a retail environment. Their duties include balancing the cash register, making change, recording purchases, processing returns and scanning items for sale.

Cashier duties and responsibilities

Cashiers are responsible for maintaining positive impressions for the companies they work for. Examples of Cashier duties and responsibilities include:

  • Process sales transactions

  • Calculate the cost of products or services

  • Accept payments

  • Calculate and return change when required by the payment method

  • Maintain adequate change denominations in the cash drawer and request additional change

  • Answer customer questions about products or services

  • Reconcile cash drawers and sales receipts

  • Report issues with equipment 

  • A high school diploma or GED.

  • Previous customer service experience is preferred.

  • Working knowledge of promoting, selling, and packaging food products.

  • The ability to process bills and cash registers.

  • Experience working with POS systems.

  • The ability to adhere to and uphold sanitization standards.

  • Excellent listening and communication skills.

  • A positive attitude and a polite and friendly demeanor.

Baker Job Description: Top Duties and Qualifications (pay $12.25hr full-time)

A Baker, or Pastry Chef, is in charge of preparing baked goods for sale to customers. Their duties include creating recipes, ordering ingredients and coordinating baking schedules to produce breads, cakes, pastries, pies, cookies and other goods.

 

Baker duties and responsibilities

Bakers are often responsible for more than just baking. They may have a large team of employees to manage, or they could be working independently. A successful candidate will be expected to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of a Baker, which can include:

  • Ensure profitability by maintaining an accurate record of baking operations.

  • Manage needed supplies and inventory levels.

  • Direct and supervise the production staff’s activities to make sure that products are up to standards.

  • Decorate baked products using glaze, icing and other toppings to achieve a finished appearance.

  • Assess the quality of raw materials before baking.

  • Conduct research to develop original recipes for products.

  • Ensure the proper storage of baking utensils.

  • A high school diploma or GED.

  • Previous customer service experience is preferred.

  • Working knowledge of promoting, selling, and packaging food products.

  • The ability to adhere to and uphold sanitization standards.

  • Excellent listening and communication skills.

  • A positive attitude and a polite and friendly demeanor.

Counter Attendant:   (pay $10.00hr full-time)

We are looking for a personable counter attendant to welcome our guests in a friendly and polite manner. The counter attendant’s responsibilities include maintaining cleanliness, attending to customers’ requests, serving food or packaging it for takeaway, and accepting payments.

To be successful as a counter attendant, you will carefully listen to customers to ensure accuracy when taking requests and demonstrate exceptional problem-solving abilities. A top-notch counter attendant should always strive to deliver outstanding customer service.

Counter Attendant Responsibilities:

  • Greeting customers as they arrive and making them feel welcome.

  • Directing customers to their seats and the restroom, answering questions about the menu, and making note of special requests, if required.

  • Serving food to diners from a counter or, if seated, taking their orders.

  • Communicating food and drink orders to the kitchen staff.

  • Assembling and packaging takeaway orders.

  • Maintaining cleanliness standards by keeping the counters, tableware, and utensils clean.

  • Replenishing food supplies when required.

  • Presenting customers with the bill and processing payments.

  • Complying with company policies.

Counter Attendant Requirements:

  • A high school diploma or GED.

  • Previous customer service experience is preferred.

  • Working knowledge of promoting, selling, and packaging food products.

  • The ability to process bills and cash registers.

  • Experience working with POS systems.

  • The ability to adhere to and uphold sanitization standards.

  • Excellent listening and communication skills.

  • A positive attitude and a polite and friendly demeanor.

Food Server Job Description: Top Duties and Qualifications (pay $11.00hr full-time)

A Food Server, also known as a Waiter or Waitress, is responsible for taking orders from restaurant patrons and delivering their food to them. Their duties include explaining the menu to their customers, communicating with kitchen staff and balancing dishes as they bring them to the appropriate table.

Food Server duties and responsibilities

Food Servers collaborate with Cooks, Chefs, Restaurant Managers and other foodservice staff to provide excellent customer service and maintain a positive reputation for the organization. Food Server responsibilities include:

  • Greeting and seating customers 

  • Taking food and beverage orders and accurately entering them into the ordering system

  • Making menu item recommendations

  • Communicating any food allergy or special nutrition needs to kitchen staff

  • Ensuring all orders are filled quickly and accurately and that food is high quality

  • Providing attentive service to diners, like refilling drinks as needed and checking their needs during meals

  • Promptly addressing any customer service issues and referring  to management if and when necessary

  • Performing some cleaning duties, such as at the service station, around the kitchen and in the dining area

  • A high school diploma or GED.

  • Previous customer service experience is preferred.

  • Working knowledge of promoting, selling, and packaging food products.

  • The ability to adhere to and uphold sanitization standards.

  • Excellent listening and communication skills.

  • A positive attitude and a polite and friendly demeanor.

Kitchen Assistant Job Description (pay $12.00hr full-time)

We are looking to hire a dedicated and reliable kitchen assistant to assist the cook with ingredient preparation as well as perform all washing and cleaning duties required in the kitchen. The kitchen assistant's responsibilities include assisting with inventory control, removing the garbage, washing garbage cans, and clearing refrigerators, freezers, and storage rooms. You should also be able to record notable food wastages as seen from customer's leftovers.

To be successful as a kitchen assistant, you should exercise exceptional time management and ensure that all duties are completed in a timely manner. Ultimately, an outstanding Kitchen Assistant should be able to comply with all food health and safety regulations.

Kitchen Assistant Responsibilities:

  • Properly cleaning and sanitizing all food preparation areas according to established standards of hygiene.

  • Washing and appropriately storing all cooking appliances, instruments, utensils, cutting boards, and dishes.

  • Assisting the Cook with the preparation of meal ingredients, which includes washing, cleaning, peeling, cutting, and chopping fruit, vegetables, poultry, and meat.

  • Sweeping and mopping the kitchen floors as well as wiping down kitchen walls.

  • Assisting with the unloading of delivered food supplies.

  • Organizing and correctly storing food supplies.

  • Promptly transferring meal ingredients from storage areas to the kitchen as per the Cook's instructions.

  • Stirring and heating soups and sauces as well as preparing hot beverages.

Kitchen Assistant Requirements:

  • High school diploma or GED.

  • Proven experience assisting in kitchens.

  • A food handler's license.

  • Sound knowledge of food health and safety regulations.

  • The ability to stand for extended periods.

  • The ability to work in a fast-paced environment.

  • The ability to work in a team.

  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.

  • Effective communication skills.

Dishwasher Job Description: Top Duties and Qualifications (pay $10.00hr full-time)

A Dishwasher, or Kitchen Helper, is responsible for cleaning dishes in a food service environment to ensure that the kitchen has a steady supply of clean plates, bowls, silverware, pots, pans and glasses. Their duties include prioritizing loads of different types of crockery and kitchenware, hand-washing dishes, loading the dishwasher and placing dishes to dry.

Dishwasher Duties and Responsibilities 

Washing dishes at a professional level is different than in your own kitchen. Many restaurants and facilities have large, commercial quality washers able to wash several trays of dishes quickly. Dishwashers unload the cutlery and dishes brought to the kitchen by Bussers while loading and organizing them into trays for the washer. Commercial dishwashers are not always able to accommodate larger pans and pots so they may occasionally need to be washed by hand. 

In addition, they may be asked to assist with: 

  • Prep work

  • Taking garbage and trash to dumpster area

  • Washing work areas, refrigerators, cooking equipment, walls and floors

  • Assembling, maintaining and breaking down the dish machine

Caterer Manager Job Description: Top Duties and Qualifications ($15.00hr full-time)

A Caterer, of Catering Chef, is in charge of preparing, delivering and serving bulk meal orders to clients based on their menu selection and event type. Their duties include developing menus and service packages, coordinating meal delivery, managing event schedules and food preparation timelines, setting up equipment to serve food and preserve its temperature, shopping for ingredients, cooking food and advertising their business to bring in new clients.

Caterer duties and responsibilities

Caterers are responsible for cooking and serving meals at many different kinds of events. Their typical duties include:

  • Preparing and storing food safety before and during events

  • Setting up all tables and food service areas with chairs, linens and dishes

  • Serving food to guests at events

  • Cleaning up and tearing down the dining area by removing all tableware, linens, garbage and furniture

  • Creating menus according to a client’s preferences and dietary needs

  • Visiting sites before events to assess the kitchen facilities and make necessary plans

  • Ordering any necessary supplies for events

  • Settling on prices and creating contracts for clients

Packager Job Description ($12.00hr full-time)

Packagers are responsible for cleaning packaging materials, loading items into containers, and weighing and labeling the items appropriately. They also perform final checks for defective items, ensure all working items make it to the loading area or inventory, and keep detailed records of materials and shipments.

Packager Responsibilities:

  • Pack, weigh, and label completed items for shipment or storage.

  • Follow all company guidelines regarding packaging.

  • Identify and dispose of defective items.

  • Properly use packaging materials, including hand tools, glues, nails, padding, etc.

  • Keep complete records of all materials that go through the warehouse.

  • Maintain a clean work area.

Packager Requirements:

  • High school diploma/ GED.

  • Experience in manufacturing or related field is preferred.

  • Basic shop skills, such as using hand tools.

  • Ability to follow verbal and written instructions.

  • Strong communication skills and desire to work with other team members.

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