Get in on the ground floor and start your career with Cornell Dining! Cornell Dining is a perennial Top 10 Nationally Ranked Dining program, which prides itself on serving safe, high quality and ethnically diverse cuisine. Cornell Dining's is looking for customer focused, high energy, inspired and skilled individuals who have a passion for food and placing students first!
In this position you will have the opportunity to gain experience in a variety of jobs including but not limited to:
Food Service Workers/Pantry and Door Checkers:
Prepare and present food items for meal plan operations, cash units, catering or special events. Maintain food standards and health codes. Provide customer service by processing sales transactions and completing food service and retail support tasks. Maintain food standards and health codes. Process sales transactions using appropriate procedures for cash, checks, credit cards and meal plan cards. Tabulate daily cash and credit card transactions, and prepare for deposit. Verify validity of cash, credit cards and meal plan cards used for purchases.
Dish Machine Operators:
Wash, organize and stock all dishes, silverware, glassware, utensils, pots and pans. Empty and clean trash receptacles in all areas including but not limited to front and back of house, receiving areas, retail stores and offices.
Sort, clean, sanitize and inspect articles, and store in assigned areas. Ensure designated areas are stocked with articles at all times.
All positions are part-time, casual, non-benefits eligible. Hours vary and include weekends.
Starting wage is 10.75 per hour, but is informed by experience of the candidate.
Good customer service and interpersonal skills essential. Basic reading and English speaking skills. Able to lift 30 lbs.
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