Snack Bar Helper

New York, United States
Salary Not Specified
Jun 17, 2021
Employment Type
Full Time
Posting Details

Job # 037121 Department Code 33306-7364 Department Food Service - Bargaining Unit Job Title Snack Bar Helper Location Campus Cafes - Temporary Opportunity Pay Range based on SEIU contract Staff Level 04 FLSA Status Non-exempt Hours

This is a temporary opportunity
Monday – Friday 12pm – 8:30pm, some weekend coverage required
(All days and hours subject to change)

Job Type Full-time Campus Syracuse, NY Unionized Position Code UF Job Description

Follow instructions and established procedures to provide courteous service to snack bar customers.


The ability to read, write, and follow instructions.

The ability to count cash, make change and communicate well with the public.

At least 3 months food service experience.

Job Specific Qualifications



Take between 300-1200 customer orders daily and serve them.

Use POS terminal to add cost of food, collect money and make change.

Balance and reconcile cash to cash register tapes.

May be required to take weekly inventory of products.

Prepare a variety of simple foods including french fries, hamburgers, hot dogs, soups, sandwiches, etc.

Prepare and dispense coffee, tea and other beverages.

Wash dishes, cooking utensils, counter space, etc.

Observe safety and health regulations and maintain highest standards of sanitation.

Physical Requirements

On a daily basis standing, bending, stooping, walking, lifting between 15-50 pounds daily.


Operate a variety of equipment, including a computerized POS terminal, food slicer, grill, deep fryer, convention oven, steamer, dish washer, etc.

Application Instructions

In addition to completing an online application, please attach a resume and cover letter.

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Quick Link Job Posting Date 06/17/2021 Application Deadline 06/30/2021 Full Consideration By Job Category Union/Bargaining Unit Message to Applicants

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