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Hiring Deadline: Open until filled
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Zip Code: 77045
Industry: All
Employer: The RK Group
Job Tracking ID: 1384536130
Job Description:
If you are an experienced Cook, Banquet Cook, or Line Cook we encourage you to apply for this exciting position.

Positions Available: Hotel Banquets Cooks, AM and PM line cooks, High Volume Catering Cooks and Prep Cooks. Full and Part Time positions available.

The RK Group prides itself on providing excellent customer service and delicious food. Therefore, successful candidates will need to possess both culinary and organizational skills. But if you need additional training, we provide regular training throughout the year on culinary, safety and sanitation, and so much more.
Must have at least 4 years experience working in back of house restaurant operations, corporate dining facilities, catering events, or related experience.

Must be able to work in a fast paced environment while maintaining great enthusiasm
Must be team player willing to work cooperatively for the goals of the team.
Must have availability to work during the holiday season
Must perform quality work within deadlines with or without direct supervision.
Must interact professionally with other employees, customers and suppliers.
Must work effectively as a team contributor on all assignments.
Must be able to work independently while understanding the necessity for communicating and coordinating work efforts with other employees and organizations

You'll need a knife bag, a willingness to learn the "house style" and a passion for good food presented well!
If you are a team player and enjoy working in catering, then this opportunity is for you. Please reply to this posting with your resume and contact information.

We offer benefits package, including health and dental coverage's, 401K, vacation/sick/holiday leaves, referral programs, employee recognition awards, and much more.

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

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