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Anchor Grill

Cook/Line Prep



Job Description
Preparing Food that Celebrates our Passion for Ingredients

Prepares food according to specifications by using approved recipes, proper portioning, and food prep logs/tools
Conducts regular visual and taste tests to ensure food is of highest quality and prepared according to specs
Restocks front line with prepared product during peak volumes and/or in accordance with time & temperature
Adheres to food safety standards and reports any questionable food deliveries and/or practices
Prepares food volume based on sales compared to existing inventory and incoming orders
Receives food orders; cleans, organizes, and rotates items in the walk-in cooler
Helps manage inventory control
Pays careful attention to presentation of food
Ensures product is being prepared at peak volume periods

POSTION REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma or equivalent required; age requirements may apply in order to remain in compliance with State and Federal laws. Prior restaurant kitchen experience is preferred. Ability to communicate in English is required; Spanish comprehension is helpful.

Fundamental reading, writing, math and computer /POS skills are required. Must have access to adequate transportation and complete the administrative driving requirement. May be required to reach, bend, stoop, climb, and/or lift up to 50 pounds. May be required to operate/access equipment at standard heights while walking or standing during entire shift. Hazards include, but are not limited to, slipping, tripping, burns, cuts, abrasions, and falls. Must be willing to work a variety of shifts, sometimes extending beyond eight hours, based upon local operating hours. Must be able to work weekends and holidays.








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