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To prepare food for service to the Jay Peak guests. To perform any duties related to the operation of a food preparation area including: cooking, proper storage/handling of food and cleaning.
Position Reports To:
Executive Chef, Chef de Cuisine, Sous Chef or Cook I
- Preparing quality food with the best presentation at all times.
- Perform all side duties necessary for daily business.
- Receiving, stocking and maintaining product for daily use.
- Multi tasking in a fast paced environment.
- Washing dishes and anything else needed to keep the kitchen clean.
- Support the” Raised Jay” Vision and Values.
- Work in other F&B Outlets as needed.
- Important decisions made involving your own safety and the safety of fellow staff and guests as well, including food preparation and safety and cleanliness of kitchen.
- Prior experience, minimum of 6 months.
- Must be 18 years old.
Physical Activities/Requirements/Working Conditions:
- Physical demands include: working over hot equipment for stretches of several hours, erratic break schedules, working in confined areas, lifting of 30-50 pounds, standing for long periods of time with frequent bending and reaching.
- Mental demands include avoiding any down time and dealing with guests and other staff.
- Though usually indoors, there may be time spent outdoors or in temporary venues.
- Equipment used includes: gas/electric grills, fryers, toasters, slicers, knives, ovens, stoves, dishwashers and other small kitchen appliances.
- Performance will be measured on an ability to perform the above functions in a consistent and professional manner.
- Performance criteria will also include but is not limited to attendance, tardiness, communication and flexibility.
- Performance will also be measured by the ability to accomplish assigned tasks in a timely efficient manner.
- Accountable for adhering to all sanitation and safety practices
- Awareness of food usage and waste control as required by management.
*Only essential functions and basic duties have been included. Peripheral tasks, only incidentally related to each position, have been excluded, and in no instance should the duties, responsibilities and requirements be interpreted as all-inclusive. Supervisor(s) may assign additional functions and requirements. Job descriptions are not intended as and do not create employee contracts.