Responsible for all aspects of food production for patients,
catering and retail areas for the system. Receives, stores, preps,
cooks and serves all items within food services. Responsible for
the safe receiving, handling, cooking and serving of food, and
adhering to all local, state and federal guidelines related to a
commercial food service operation.
Reviews production sheets and recipes to ensure quality and
quantity needed for items to prepare. Prepares food on daily
production report according to established guidelines. Maintains
time and production records.
Measures and mixes ingredients according to recipe. Uses a
variety of kitchen utensils and equipment including blenders,
mixers, grinders, slicers and tenderizers to prepare soups, salads,
gravies, desserts, sauces and casseroles.
Bakes, roasts, broils and steams meat, fish, vegetables and
other foods per recipes. Carves and slices meats and cheese.
Garnishes, displays and serves food items according to standards
Ensures proper storage and rotation of inventories in
refrigerators and freezers. Monitors food temperatures and utilizes
established procedures to ensure safe food handling techniques and
prevent bacteria contamination.
Follows department standards for safe food handling, storage and
sanitation. Maintain temperature logs for production areas per
Monitors accurate portioning and promotes food waste control.
Prepares in small batches to help control waste/cost.
1130 - 8p; weekend and holiday rotation
Licenses & Certifications
ServSafe Food Handler certification issued by the National
Restaurant Association needs to be obtained within 1 year.
High School Graduate (or equivalent knowledge).
Required Functional Experience
Typically requires 3 years of experience in food production in
settings such as a hotel, restaurant or high end institutional
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Familiarity with diet restrictions and ability to adapt recipes
accordingly.Ability to measure and scale amounts of ingredients
used in a recipe.Proficient time management skills.Strong