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Principle Responsibilities/Position Purpose:

Operates dishwasher to properly cleans all dishes and cooking utensils used in the kitchens, restaurants and banquets. Scrubs pots. Re-stocks all supplies in the assigned areas. General kitchen cleaning duties including the cleaning and mopping of kitchen floors and trash removal.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Washes dishes and other cooking utensils. Restocks all clean glasses, silverware and plates.
  • Performs general cleaning in order to stay in compliance with the Health department
  • Puts away food stock, and dry goods in their proper location, rotating “first in”, “first out”
  • Removes the trash from all containers, taking it to the dumpster located on the loading dock.

SUPPORTIVE FUNCTIONS

  • In addition to performance of the essential functions, this position may be required to perform a combination of the following supportive functions, with the percentage of time performing each function to be solely determined by the supervisor based upon the particular requirements of the company.
  • Perform general/routine cleaning tasks using standard hotel cleaning products as assigned to adhere to health standards.
  • Perform other duties as requested, such as cleaning up unexpected spills or executing special guest requests.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Physical Activity                                    Frequency

Sitting                                                   Rare

Walking                                                Constant

Climbing stairs                                      Frequent

Crouching/Bending/Stooping                 Frequent

Reaching                                              Frequent

Grasping                                               Frequent

 

Pushing/Pulling                                     Frequent

Near Vision                                           Constant

Far Vision                                             Constant

Hearing                                                 Constant

Talking                                                  Occasional

Smell                                                    Occasional

Lifting/Carrying (# lbs.)                          Frequent, up to 50+ lbs.

Travel                                                   Never

OTHER DUTIES

  • Regular attendance in conformance with the standards, which may be established by Edward Village from time to time, is essential to the successful performance of this position.
  • Management has the right to add additional responsibilities to the above.

SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) may be required when performing work duties that may have the potential of risk to your health or safety. The hotel will provide the required PPE. Team members will be trained in the proper use and care of any assigned PPE. It is your responsibility to report defective, damaged or lost PPE, or equipment that does not fit properly, to your Manager.

SPECIFIC JOB KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY

  • The individual must possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities and be able to explain and demonstrate that he or she can perform the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodation.
  • Good working knowledge of accepted standards of sanitation.
  • Knowledge of operating a dishwasher, floor stripper, buffer.
  • Ability to read, write and speak the English language in order to read labels to put food and dry goods in the proper place, and communicate with other team members.
  • Ability to work in confined spaces.
  • Ability to perform duties within extreme temperature ranges.
  • Sufficient manual dexterity of hand in order to load and unload the dishwasher, handle all sorts of kitchen equipment, knives, slicing blades, etc.

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS EDUCATION

High School graduate or equivalent preferred

EXPERIENCE

Some work experience in related field preferred. Some hospitality experience preferred.

GROOMING/UNIFORMS

  • All employees must maintain a neat, clean and well-groomed appearance. Specific uniform guidelines and/or required articles of clothing will be explained to you as a part of the orientation process.

NOTICE:

The hospitality business functions seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day. In addition, this is a hospitality business and a hospitable service atmosphere must be projected at all times.

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