In this role, the Cook will: Check production and prep sheets for daily assignments and with production supervisor for any special assignments. Prepare necessary food for lunch/dinner according to production sheet. Set up lunch for residents according to steam table diagram. Prepare sandwiches as necessary for residents' lunch/dinner Break down and clean up serving line and all other food areas. Properly record all left-overs; labels, dates and properly store. Prepare all necessary foods for supper meal according to production sheets. Complete all prep items according to prep sheet. Assist with set-up of steam table for supper. Take and record temperatures. Correct any temperature discrepancy immediately. Plate food for residents as ordered with attention to appearance and garnish. Clean up steam table and all hot food areas. Complete weekly cleaning assignments as scheduled.
The ideal candidate will have:High school education or equivalent. One year of food service experience in an institutional setting. Current state sanitation certificate. Ability to read, write and speak in English effectively to use recipes, prepare meals and communicate effectively. Ability to perform math to adjust recipes and convert measurements. Understanding of standard food measurements and equivalents. Ability to take initiative, work independently, and follow tasks through to completion. Ability to work cooperatively with staff within the department and in other departments. Willingness to work and interact with older adults. Must be of legal driving age and have current legal driver's license.
For full time employees, we offer a generous benefits package that includes:Medical, dental and vision insurance Employer paid group term life and disability Paid Time Off (PTO) & six paid holidays 403(b) with a 3% employer match Fitness center use at most facilities. Various voluntary benefits:Life, AD&DTuition assistance and scholarshipsEmployee assistance programLegal services, home/auto insurance, discount purchasing programPet Insurance