Second Cook (multiple positions)
Posting DetailsOpen Date10/08/2020Close DateClassification TitleSecond Cook, Sewanee DiningDivisionTreasurerDepartmentBusiness Services - Sewanee DiningFLSA StatusNon-Exempt HourlyCareer/Pay BandNE4Work ScheduleOther (list below)If Other, specify monthsFull year with periodic shutdownsFull Time vs Part TimeFull TimeAppointmentRegularIf Term, specify number of yearsPrimary Function
Employee performs semi-skilled work in preparing and cooking a variety of food stuffs for the dining hall. Works involves preparing and cooking a wide variety of food-stuffs, some of which may require special techniques and care to reduce costs and serve properly.Typical Duties & Responsibilities
•Prepares and cooks a variety of foodstuffs.
•Operates standard cooking equipment; such as mixers, steamers, toasters fryers, ovens, grill and stoves.
•Participates in kitchen cleaning work, such as washing and cleaning equipment.
•Assists in preparing entrees and dining hall menus.
•Packages and labels prepared food product
•Secures food supplies from storeroom and/or refrigerators
•Practices food safety and maintains and follows sanitation (HACCP) standards.
•As needed replaces a more experienced cook in the latter’s absence
•Assists in storeroom duties such as receiving orders, rotating stock and taking inventory
•Other duties as assigned
All standard kitchen equipment such as grills, ovens, mixers, tilt skillets, charcoal grills etc.Education
High school diploma or equivalentExperience
2 years basic food service experienceJob Related Skills
Basic knife skills and food assemblyLicenses/Certification
As requiredStudent Contact
Limited interaction with student dinnersInternal
Limited interactionSupervision ReceivedThis position works with considerable independence and self-direction. Only general direction and scope of the work to be accomplished are discussed with supervisor.Positions Directly Supervised
NonePositions Indirectly Supervised
Food service prep and utilityConfidential Information
Related personnel informationWorking Environment
High volume kitchen production with hot cooking equipment, cold storage, sometimes slippery floors.
Some night and weekend shifts are required.Physical RequirementsMust be able to stand for extended periods of time, Must be able to walk for extended periods of time, Must be able to push and/or pull objects, Must be able to lift between 11-20 pounds (Light work), Must be able to carry between 11-20 pounds (Light work)Any additional requirements specific to this position
Ability to comprehend, carry out and explain complex verbal and written instructions and/or recipes.
Must have basic math skills.
Must be able to wear an approved mask for prolonged periods while performing job duties and responsibilities
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