Food Service Worker (Kitchen) – Candidate BankUW Dining reports through Housing & Food Services as a University of Washington department. As a University employee you will be able to select from a number of medical and dental insurance providers, participate in a Washington State Public Employees Retirement System plan as sick and vacation leave, holidays and additional benefits that support your health and wellness.We welcome your interest in joining us in carrying out our mission – working together to enhance student life. We do this through teamwork and a focus on serving the students, staff, faculty and guests of the University.W Dining operates over 40 dining and café locations that serve the entire campus community. With over 300 full-time employees, UW Dining supports the campus community by providing a wide range of dining options, from grab-and-go items at our cafes, to food court-style facilities offering hot items for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as late-night options. Are you a hard-working kitchen professional looking for a consistent schedule of 40-hour weeks and excellent benefits? Housing & Food Services is seeking applicants for a number of kitchen positions. This announcement seeks candidates for Food Service Worker positions. The Food Service Worker position performs basic food preparation duties as well as interacts with customers.What You Will be Doing
Preparing menu items per established recipes.
Interacting frequently with customers to take orders, answer questions about ingredients, recipes and pricing.
Using industrial dishwashers to clean pots, pans, dishes and utensils and working to keep food service station clean and organized.Work ScheduleSchedules will be discussed and set during the hiring process, and will consist of 40 hour work weeks with two consecutive days off. Schedules may be changed with two weeks' notice. Positions in our retail units are typically Monday through Friday, with early morning to early evening shifts. Our residential dining venues are open seven days a week and offer dining options from breakfast all the way through late-night, with schedules to match the service hours. These positions are nine-month cyclic position that will work full-time, mid-September to mid-June. Additional work may be available in the summer based on business needs and seniority. You will be offered the opportunity to indicate your schedule preferences during the application and/or screening processes.Minimum QualificationsThis is an entry-level position with no minimum qualifications.Conditions of Employment
A satisfactory outcome from the reference check process.
Acquire a Washington State Food Worker Card within two weeks of employment and maintain thereafter.CompensationThe salary range for the Cook position is $2,722-$3,059 per month, depending upon experience, plus full benefits, including affordable medical and dental coverage, employer matched retirement plans, paid holidays, paid sick leave and paid vacation.Are you ready to make your move?! Make sure you apply by the end of the day on Sunday, August 19, 2018. When you apply, you will be asked to provide more information about your location and schedule of interest.
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