Cook I - The Cellar (part-time) - 501801
Cook I - The Cellar (part-time) - 501801
Cook I is an entry level kitchen position. Working under direction, Cook I prepares food in quantity, and is responsible for maintaining high standards for food quality while practicing proper sanitation, food safety, and cooking procedures.
The Cellar is an on campus pub-style restaurant located in the Tyler Haynes Commons in the heart of campus, overlooking beautiful Westhampton Lake. The Cellar is a popular evening spot where friends gather to share a snack, sandwich, or full dinner, and enjoy a cold beverage. A diverse schedule of local live entertainment, karaoke, and even popular sporting events on a big-screen TV offers something for everyone.
In the assigned unit, this position may perform some or all of the following:
- Cooks and prepares food as directed according to established recipes, special dietary or nutritional restrictions, or numbers of portions. Cooking may include display cooking.
- Cleans, cuts, and cooks all food products as assigned, including meat, fish, poultry, starches, and vegetables.
- Garnishes foods.
- Cleans, sets up, and breaks down kitchen equipment, appliances, and work areas to ensure cleanliness and functional operation.
- Operates kitchen, line equipment and machinery according to established safety procedures.
- Covers, labels, and dates all food products, and follows all food safety rules for proper storage.
- Monitors serving lines and ensures an adequate supply of food items, per the menu of the day, for the entire service period.
- Monitors and records temperatures of foods stored in refrigeration, in hot boxes, and on the serving line to ensure safe temperatures.
- Performs other duties, as assigned.
- Maintains cleanliness of the productions areas.
- Washes pots, pans, dishes, utensils, and other cooking equipment, as needed.
WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL EFFORT:
This position requires long periods of standing and walking, and the ability to lift 50 lbs., in conditions that are often, hot, humid, or cold. Must be able to safely use and operate typical kitchen tools and equipment. Must be able to work outdoors in varying weather conditions, on occasion.
- Basic knowledge of culinary techniques and practices.
- Knowledge of quantity food production principles and safe food handling practices.
- Skilled in using effective time management to accomplish tasks.
- Skilled in reading and written and verbal communication.
- Ability to understand and follow written and verbal instructions and procedures.
- Ability to exercise flexibility and to work calmly and efficiently under pressure in a fast-paced environment with frequent interruptions.
- Ability to provide a high level of customer service.
- Ability to monitor and maintain quality control standards.
- Ability to work cooperatively as a part of a team.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
- High school diploma or GED.
- One year experience preferred.
- Safe food handler certification preferred, or certification obtained within one year of hire. (This is dependent on the assigned unit.)
- Part-time, non-exempt position
- Schedule will vary, must be available between 2:00 PM - 3:00 AM; less than 1,000 hours per year
- This position is designated as essential personnel and, during inclement weather and emergency situations, is required to be available to the University as needed.
Pay Grade 1
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Located minutes from downtown Richmond, Virginia, the University of Richmond (www.richmond.edu) blends the intimacy of a small college with exceptional academic, research, and cultural opportunities usually found only at large institutions. Richmond offers a unique combination of undergraduate and graduate programs. Our School of Arts & Sciences anchors Richmond as a nationally ranked liberal arts university. A ranked business school, the nation’s first school of leadership studies, a highly respected law school, a nationally recognized international education program and the community-focused School of Professional and Continuing Studies build on that strong foundation and make this university something unique.
UR is committed to developing a diverse faculty, staff and student body, and to modeling an inclusive campus community which values the expression of differences in ways that promote excellence in teaching, learning, personal development and institutional success. In keeping with this commitment, our academic community welcomes candidates from diverse backgrounds and candidates who support diversity. EOE