svcouncilofnp
Jul 25

Cook - Part Time

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Bill Wilson has a wonderful opportunity for a part time Cook. The Cook prepares and cooks family style meals for residents of the Safety Net Shelter. Monday – Friday 20 hours per week

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Cooks food in quantities according to menu and number of persons to be served. This includes advance preparation of lunch and dinner meals for weekends

  • Meal planning to include a monthly menu

  • Coordinate food purchases to include shopping

  • Maintain proper food storage and ensure work area is neat, clean and disinfected.

  • Wash dishes

  • Cut meats

  • Plans menus taking advantage of foods in season and local availability.

  • Order supplies and keeps records and accounts. Ensure sufficient supplies are kept on hand at all times (includes stocking up when taking planned vacations)

  • Ensure that any BWC vehicles used are kept tidy and that any maintenance or safety issues are reported to the Facilities Manager immediately.

  • Report all maintenance or safety issues to manger or Facilities Manager immediately.

  • Regular attendance is a requirement of the position.

  • Complete kitchen cleaning each day including refrigerator, counter tops, stainless steel, dishes, and stove and mopping of the floors.

  • Ensure that the dining room area is mopped daily

  • Ensure that every item in the refrigerator is labeled with dates of first use.

  • Participate in Quality Improvement/Quality Assurance activities and initiatives

  • Participate in agency Safety initiatives and proactively report safety issues to management immediately

  • Other duties as assigned

 

QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma or GED; or one to three months related experience and /or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Current CPR and First Aid Certification required (or complete within 30 days of hire). Fingerprinting/background check as required by the Department of Justice and/or Title XXII regulations. TB test required. Current driver’s license, access to a vehicle and personal automobile insurance required. Safe food service certificate or must have within 2 weeks of employment.

 

SALARY RANGE: Depending on experience. Benefits include prorated Paid Time Off and prorated Holiday pay.

 

For consideration, please submit cover letter and resume to and be sure to reference the position name in the subject line and/or cover letter: BILL WILSON CENTER ATTN: Resumes

FAX: (408) 244-4022

Email: resumes@billwilsoncenter.org

 

EEO: Bill Wilson Center is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.

 

This position description intends to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. It is not intended to include all duties and responsibilities. The order in which duties and responsibilities are listed is not significant. Because of a need to remain responsive to the needs of our clients and our Agency’s operations, responsibilities may be modified at any time.

 

More information.

 

 

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