ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
While specific assignments may vary on a daily or weekly basis, the following outlines the general requirements of a Food Service Worker:
- Rethermalizing, portioning and serving of regular and therapeutic meals to residents and clients on schedule.
- Preparation of food items such as cold plates, side salads, soft sandwiches, toast, or beverages in accordance with standard recipes and panning and chilling of prepared food as per established procedures.
- Portioning of cold and hot foods for tray wagons, main dining rooms, and non-resident clients as per production orders.
- Setting up plates, trays, transport wagons and/or setting tables complete as per established procedures.
- Delivery and service of prepared foods, beverages and deserts to residents in service areas.
- Clearing and cleaning all meal service areas, including resetting tray wagons, tables, transporting carts and cold wagons to kitchen; unloading, cleaning and reloading.
- Sanitizing all cooking equipment, dishes, pots and utensils after each meal service.
- Collection and crushing of trash from main kitchen areas for storage in designated areas.
- Cleaning of kitchen equipment, work areas, storage racks, shelving and non-skid matting
- Safe and proper storage of food, inventory items, and equipment in designated locations in compliance with temperature and sanitation guidelines.
- Verification and recording of hot holding, cooking, reheating and refrigerated storage temperatures with thermometers as required.
- Document all items removed from inventory, maintain inventory levels in all food service areas, and completion of required QC forms as per established guidelines
- Attend monthly Nutrition & Food Services Department staff meetings.
- Participate in various training sessions
- Any other Food Service duties as assigned.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.
- Graduate of an approved Food Services Program or equivalent.
- In Good Hands Certification. (Note: It is the responsibility of the employee to obtain and maintain In Good Hands Certification.)
- Related experience desirable but not necessary.
- Grade 12 education preferred.
- Demonstrated regular attendance in keeping with standards of Attendance Management Program.
Job Type: Part-time
Salary: $21.10-$23.49 per hour
- Dental care
- Employee assistance program
- Life insurance
- Paid time off
- Vision care
- 8 hour shift
- Weekend availability
on site screening
- FSW Certificate (preferred)