As a member of a production team and under general supervision, performs a variety of functions related to the production and service of the menu of the day and catered functions with minimal supervision, and guides and trains lower classification production staff as needed.
Typical tasks may include, but are not limited to:
Performs tasks and responsibilities described in âœCookâ� position description at a higher level, and with minimal supervision. Anticipates needs and assures availability of raw products for daily and future production as assigned. Assures production is timely and completed as close to service as possible. Possesses a developed a sense of the overall production scheduling of the unit, task status, and service requirements, and assists others as needed. Improves skills by learning and practicing the skills and responsibilities of a First Cook. Guides and trains lower classification employees in task accomplishment. Assumes responsibility of production subsystems, including catering. Assists in basic dessert preparation. Maintains a neat, well-groomed, professional appearance. Performs other tasks as requested.
Meets all qualifications of subordinate âœCookâ� position;
Ability to perform all required production tasks with minimal instruction or supervision;
Ability to anticipate needs, to organize and prioritize work effectively, and to ensure that complex production tasks are completed in a timely and thorough fashion;
Ability to guide and train others in task accomplishment;
Ability to assume responsibility for production sub-systems;
Demonstrates an understanding of basic baking techniques and dessert preparation;
Demonstrates the highest standards of quality, sanitation, and safety.
This Second Cook position is scheduled to work 40 hours per week for 52 weeks per year.
All offers of employment are contingent upon a criminal and education records check satisfactory to Brown.
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