General Worker Heavy I

University of Victoria - Victoria, BC (27 days ago)

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This position is working with Degrees Catering. The position of General Worker Heavy I acts in a role similar to that of a catering delivery driver and completes room setups as required.

This position requires Food Safe Certification, and a Valid Drivers License.

Must be able to provide an annual clean driving abstract.

Serving it Right Certification would be considered an asset.

This is a term position and will be required to work variety of shifts including mid-day, evenings & weekends.

Job Summary

May perform all the duties of a General Worker II. Washes, scrubs, mops, and cleans areas and operates pot washing equipment to clean large cooking utensils in the food services unit. Removes garbage, cleans garbage cans and disposes of garbage. Lifts heavy pieces of equipment and supplies. Assists in transporting food supplies and equipment between the various food outlets on campus and may be required to operate a University vehicle on an occasional basis for this purpose.* Performs related work as required.

Job Requirements

Must be able to read, write, understand and speak English. Must be able to follow written and oral instructions accurately and work in an organized manner. Knowledge of kitchen and dining room work, personal hygiene standards, effective sanitation and housekeeping practices, operation of standard kitchen appliances and equipment. Ability to work compatibly with others. Ability to learn routines related to food service and assisting in food preparation and cleanup. Good physical health for lifting and carrying heavy objects; must be prepared to take a medical examination. Must be willing and able to work in locations as assigned and on shifts, as required. Valid B.C. Driver's License. Note: General Worker Heavy differential when operating a light vehicle in support of delivering food or equipment to various campus outlets is $0.60 cents per hour.

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