Part Time Food Service Worker I – 9 Month
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Food Service WorkerPosition Type:
Food ServicesPosition Title:
Part Time Food Service Worker I – 9 MonthPosition Number:
S00078PDNature of Work:
This is a part time, non-benefits eligible position that works approximately 19 hours per week. This position is a 9 month position in Food Services, working August through April each year. The position will perform a variety of tasks such as preparation and replenishment of food and serving of food. This position will also be responsible for the cleaning of the dining and kitchen areas.Required Qualifications :
Completion of the eighth grade OR three (3) years’ work experience required.Preferred Qualifications:
Basic Serve Safe Certification or knowledge. One or more years of experience in the food service industry.Salary:
$9.15 min $11.88 mid hourlyPhysical Requirements/Working Conditions:
Ability to perform physical tasks such as lifting 50 pounds, bending, stooping, and standing for prolonged periods. Potential for exposure to extremes of heat and cold.Does this position require any special certification/ license? If yes, please specify.:
N/ANotice to Applicants:
Please be advised that should you be recommended for a position, the University System of Georgia Board of Regents policy requires the completion of a background check as a prior condition of employment, and if applicable, a satisfactory credit check.
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03/27/2021Open Until Filled: