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Kitchen Utility Worker – The Victorian At Mckenzie, Victoria, Atria Senior Living

Published 2022-09-19
Expires 2022-10-19
ID #1175208636
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Kitchen Utility Worker – The Victorian At Mckenzie, Victoria, Atria Senior Living
Canada, British Columbia, Victoria,
Published September 19, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Kitchen utility worker – the victorian at mckenzie


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The Kitchen Utility Worker assists and works in all areas of the kitchen and dining room. 

Provide a high level of customer service and promote a restaurant style dining atmosphere. 
Work closely with the Director of Culinary Services and/or Executive Director to keep residents satisfied with food and dining programs.
Assist with the preparation and execution of the Art of Atria Dining enhancement programs.
Maintain kitchen in a clean, safe, and sanitary condition at all times.
Adhere to cleaning schedules as assigned.
Ensure that food is properly stored.
Assist in dining room cleaning, bussing tables, setting tables, and assisting wait staff.
Adhere to Quality Enhancement standards and standard food safety practices.
Assists with preparation and execution of special events, banquets, and theme meals.
Will attend pre-meal stand up in kitchen prior to meal service.
May perform other duties as needed and/or assigned.


Qualifications


Basic reading, writing, and mathematical skills.
Strong communication and teamwork skills.
Must have or be willing to get a COVID-19 vaccine, subject to legal requirements.

kitchen help, culinary, hotel, hospitality, resort, food service, dishwasher, dishes, dish wash, dishwashing, restaurant , food prep, bussing, bussing tables, setting tables, wait staff, waitstaff, servers, customer services, dining room, cleaning

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