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Whole Foods Cooperative

Part-Time Cooks



Job Description
Currently we are seeking applicants for two part-time cook positions in our cafe. The successful candidate will be available to work various shifts including nights, weekends, and holidays as needed. The successful candidate should have:

1. previous cooking experience in a restaurant or cafe.
2. ServSafe certification or a willingness to become certified.
3. an ability to interact in a professional manner with visitors, customers, member-owners, staff, and the public.
4. an ability to work well with others in cooperative environment.
5. an ability to pay attention to detail; possess good organizational skills and follow through on commitments.

In addition, the ideal candidate will have customer service experience and knowledge of common allergies and/or natural foods.







About Whole Foods Cooperative
Locally owned Whole Foods Co-op is a member-owned, full-service natural foods grocery store offering a wide variety of healthy foods, wellness, and body care products from local and national brands. Our focus and mission each day is to provide the best possible customer experience for each and every person who walks through our doors. To this end, our buyers do their best to create a product selection that encompasses the daily needs of our customers by providing options with the consideration of a variety of dietary needs as well as budgets.


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