The University of Washington Medical Center Patient Nutrition department has multiple employment opportunities for temporary/ hourly Snack Bar Lead. Your application to this candidate bank will be considered for these outstanding opportunities. The individual in this role will perform a variety of duties including preparing and serving food, maintaining sanitary conditions of kitchen facilities, and serving food on cafeteria line.
Help restocking salads, sandwiches from production and restocking beverages. Maintains safety and sanitation standards in work area. Consistently meet service standards and deadlines. Maintains productivity standards. Demonstrates the ability to adjust to fluctuating customer volumes and incorporate service standards. Demonstrates the ability to respond appropriately and respectfully to customer complains. Demonstrates professional skills. Demonstrates understanding and compliance with departmental, safety and U.W. police. Communicates problems, concerns and work improvement suggestions to supervisor. Cooperates with direction from supervisor/manager. Contributes to team process in positive manner. Promotes positive customer service with patients, customers and other departments. Responds to emergencies in a responsible manner. Promote services and positive guest relations. Ensure food is handle safely and presented professionally and attractively. Make decisions in the evening when supervisors are not available.
Possession of food handler's permit and two years of experience in food service work, including one year of lead experience, or equivalent education/experience.
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