Georgia Employer FOOD PREP in Atlanta, Georgia
JOB TITLE: FOOD PREPARERJOB CODE(S): 1751JOB FAMILY: FOOD & BEVERAGEFLSA STATUS: NON-EXEMPTUNIT SPECIFIC (Complete all fields)UNIT NAME:REPORTS TO (title): UNION/NON-UNION:PAY RANGE: SHIFT/HOURS REQUIRED:AGE REQUIREMENT (IF APPLIC):POSITION SUMMARY Under the direction of supervisor, prepares food required for foodservice operation, restaurant and/or banquets, in accordance with Company's GuestPath Universal Service Standards and applicable Operational Standards.ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Retrieves from storage areas all items necessary for preparation. Prepares specific food items and stations; sets up for anticipated business. Prepares food products according to Company standards and specifications Maintains food, utensils and equipment in a clean and orderly manner. Maintains kitchen with minimal spillage and breakage. Labels, dates and wraps food product, adhering to ServSafe procedures Follows all safety, security and kitchen procedures Communicates with chef for any special instructions/training Performs other duties as assigned(Insert unit-specifications below, if applicable) NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Assists with set up and break down of banquets Assists with plating and running food for functions Assists dishwashers when needed Assists receiving clerk when needed EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Prior food preparation experience preferred, but not requiredKNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES: Ability to read and comprehend prep sheets Ability to use kitchen tools safely (knives and small equipment ware) Ability to follow instructions Ability to adhere to Company's GuestPath Universal Service StandardsPHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Frequent standing and/or walking for entire length of shift Manual dexterity sufficient to chop, mix, blend, whip etc. a variety of foods and liquids. Ability to move rapidly and coordinate multiple orders. Ability to lift up to 50 pounds Frequent bending and squattingENVIRONMENTAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Kitchen environment - noise levels may be moderate to high Exposed to variable temperatures, depending on the season; may work frequently in a hot and/or damp environment May be required to work in confined space Hazards include, but are not limited to, cuts from broken glass, metal cans, slipping and tripping. Frequently immerses hands in water.