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Zip Code: 94507
Industry: All
Employer: Round Hill Country Club
Job Tracking ID: 1379896680
Job Description:
Round Hill Country Club, the East Bay's most prestigious Private Club has a Cook position available. This position will work primarily in the Golf Snack Bar and assist in the main Kitchen when necessary. This position is full-time and will be flexibly scheduled 32+ hours per week!

It is necessary that interested candidates have the ability to work varied hours, which can include early mornings, afternoons, evenings, weekends and holidays.

Key Responsibilities include:
• Set up station according to Kitchen guidelines
• Prepare all food items as directed and in a sanitary and timely manner
• Follow recipes, portion controls, and presentation specifications as set by the Sous Chef or Executive Chef
• Restock all items as needed throughout work shift
• Take inventory of selected products and label and date food products
• Communicate special product needs to Sous Chef or Executive Chef
• Assist with cleaning, sanitation and organization of Kitchen, walk-in coolers and all storage areas
• Maintain a positive attitude and assist on any other duties as assigned by the Sous Chef or Executive Chef
• Minimum 2 years cooking experience in a fine restaurant, hotel or Private Club environment preferred
• Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work well in a team environment
• Strong verbal and written communication skills required
• Ability to multi-task with a variety of food preparation and planning
• Ability to take direction and work calmly under pressure
• Ability to perform physical requirements of the job, including ability to lift up to 50lbs
• Frequent standing, walking, lifting, bending, twisting, kneeling and ability to climb stairs frequently required
• Must possess food handler card

Employee Type: Full-Time, Part-Time
Compensation: DOE

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