Wallick Communities Toledo, Ohio
Sep 27, 2023Full time
Description We need you at Oakleaf Village as a Cook! Come be a part of the Wallick team where we are making a difference in residents' lives. Specifics: Pay range: $14-16/hr Full-time position. Flexibility is required. This position may work holidays and weekends. Benefits: Pay on-demand (access your money as you earn it) Paid Parental Leave Health, Dental and Vision insurance within two weeks Free meals Company provided uniforms Gym membership or Fitness equipment reimbursement Company paid life and long-term disability insurance Voluntary life, short-term disability, accident, critical illness, and hospital indemnity coverage Paid time off & Holiday Pay 401(k) with a company match after 90 days Tuition reimbursement Employee Referral Bonus About your role as a Cook: You will prepare, season, and cook food according to tested recipes for residents, visitors, and employees. Great care goes into every meal for our residents, and you will play a big role in providing residents with a great dining experience. Your Responsibilities as a Cook on our team: - Responsible for cleanliness of large equipment in preparation and serving areas. - Plans cooking schedule so food is ready at serving time. - Maintains quality of products throughout preparation and serving by means of routine temperature checks and taste tests. - Sets up food in steam tables and delivers more food as needed. - Maintains portion control in preparation and serving. - Checks left-over perishables in refrigerator and freezer and arranges to use them. - Perform other related duties as assigned. About You: You have great customer service skills, and are flexible, compassionate, and dependable. Previous experience working in an Assisted Living or Memory Care Community is a plus, but all are encouraged to apply! You also have: - One to two years institutional or restaurant experience. - Ability to communicate with co-workers, residents, family members and. - Ability to respond to inquiries or complaints from internal and external sources. - Must be proficient using Microsoft Office. - Ability to apply basic math skills. - Make routine decisions requiring little judgment which typically affect immediate department. Working at Wallick Communities: Diversity, equity, inclusion, plus belonging. Four impactful words. One powerful and transformative journey. Here at Wallick, we know that when we invest in the equity of each group, all groups benefit. It's not about one person, one idea, nor any one action. It's about what we can accomplish together. Join us and work towards creating an inclusive and diverse workforce experience at Wallick. About Wallick: Wallick Communities gives low-income families, single parents, and senior citizens a place called "home" - thanks to five decades of experience in developing, building, managing and overseeing affordable multi-family housing and assisted-living communities across the mid-west. 55 years serving our communities 9 communities and growing 500 associates 92% associate engagement score Wallick Mission: Opening doors to homes, opportunity, and hope. Wallick Values: Our Values flow directly from our Mission and set the expectation for how all associates work together. These values are: Care Character Collaboration Candidates must successfully pass a pre-employment drug screen and physical (completed by our Nurse Practitioner) and background check.