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Under the general supervision of the Chef or Assistant Manager, this position will provide supervision and operations guidance to the food service employees regarding food preparation, presentation of food, assignment of work, training, and customer service.
This position pays $11.00 per hour.
Must have previous experience in the Food service industry on campus.
Three (3) years food service experience. Basic Serve Safe Certification or knowledge.
$11.00 per hour
Conditions of Employment
May be selected to work at one of our Dining Halls, Catering, or Retail locations.
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 and if applicable a credit check as a prior condition of employment.
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