Food Service - Bargaining Unit
based on SEIU contract
THIS IS A 35 HOUR POSITION
Mon – Fri 8:30am-4pm; Sat & Sun OFF
(All days and hours subject to change)
Unionized Position Code
Follow instructions and established procedures to perform duties of
any of the following positions: Cashier, Snack Bar Helper, Cook
Helper, Pizza Maker, Storeroom Attendant and Food Handler.
Assignment may change daily.
The ability to read, write and follow instruction; the ability to
count cash, make change and communicate well with the public;
ability to use a calculator, food thermometer, and computerized
Must have at least 3 months of previous food service experience.
Some positions may require experience working with fresh dough
Job Specific Qualifications
NOTE : There may be other Grade 3 Floater positions open at
different locations and different shifts. After applying to this
position, please return to the site and view other Grade 3 Floater
FOR CONSIDERATION FOR THIS POSITION, PLEASE COMPLETE AN ONLINE
Prepare a variety of simple foods, casseroles, convenience foods,
Clean and prepare lettuce and other ingredients to make
Make French fries, hot and cold sandwiches, coffee, cook eggs,
omelets, burgers, etc.
Slice meat, cut cake, pie, etc.
Serve food on a serving line, including sandwich bars, hot lines,
salad bar, etc.
Use a computerized cash register terminal to add the cost of food,
collect money and make change.
Balance and reconcile cash to cash register tapes.
Maintain cashier islands, including restocking condiments, cleaning
tables, chairs, etc.
Prepare assorted fresh dough pizzas according to franchise
Receive stock, and check deliveries against order forms and
Rotate and date stock so that items are used before
Move items from storage areas to kitchen as directed.
Take weekly inventory of products in storeroom, freezer, cooler,
Wash dishes, cooking utensils, counter space, etc; observe safety
and health regulations, and maintain highest standards of
On a daily basis standing, bending, stooping, walking, lifting
between 15-50 pounds. Must be able to work with dust, fumes, and
Operate a variety of equipment, including but not limited to: POS
terminal, food slicer, grill, deep fryer, convection over, steamer,
dish washer, deck ovens, mixer, steam kettle, tilt brazier, buffalo
chopper, charcoal broiler, coffee maker, juice machines, etc.
In addition to completing an online application, please attach a
resume and cover letter.
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