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Dietary Assistant - Full Time



Job Description
JOB TITLE: Dietary Assistant ~ Full time
PAY RATE: Dependent upon experience / Starting $12.70

Dietary Assistant
Am. 5:00 am – 1:30 pm and
Closing 11:30 am – 8:00 pm

JOB SUMMARY
The Dietary Assistant when working the am position cleans the dietary area including the employee break room, storeroom, dietary office, locker room/bathroom, kitchen, elevator and surrounding hallways. The assistant pours beverages and sets up food trays according to diet lists; dismantles trays; washes all dishes and puts them away. The assistant sets trays for the next meal, cleans the work area and assists with serving food or helping the cook as needed.
The Dietary Assistant when working the closing position pours beverages and sets up food trays according to diet lists; dismantles trays; washes all dishes and puts them away. The assistant sets trays for the next meal, cleans the work area and assists with serving food or helping the cook as needed. The assistant cleans/stocks the break room in the afternoon; fills requisitions on the weekends and does assigned weekly chores.

Qualifications:
High School Graduate or Equivalent, able to speak, read, understand and write English. Serv Safe certification, upon hire or obtained within the 90 days of employment. Physically demanding job – prepares food trays, washes, cleans.









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