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Zip Code: 92120
Industry: All
Employer: Sombrero Mexican Food!
Job Tracking ID: 1379605391
Job Description:
Sombrero San Diego Style Mexican Food!
We serve unique San Diego Style Mexican food in a quick-service environment.
Our Mission: "To serve our guests quick and quality Mexican food in a clean environment with a smile, and ensure that each guest is 100% satisfied!"

We are looking to fill positions for Cooks! This position is crucial to the success of our business!

**Cook Duties include:
Provide kitchen items needed as requested by the line cooks such as Rice, Beans, Mole Sauce, Shredded Chicken, Shredded Beef, Salsas, etc. following all company recipes and standards.
Assist in Receiving/Executing orders as they are received from the CSR's in a prompt manner.
Prepare all items following company recipes and standards.
Work with Grill, Fryers, Steam Table, Microwave, and Burners to execute all prep items in a timely and organized manner.
Assembling and garnishing all orders in a quick and efficient manner adhering to company recipes and standards.

Those applying for this position should be fast-paced, enthusiastic workers; able to stay mentally organized and focused; and work in an urgent manner under pressure and in high-heat environments. You must be able to lift up to 50lbs when necessary and work on your feet for several hours at a time. You must be clean and organized at all times to ensure all orders are prepared in an efficient manner as your work is in view of our guests.

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

Restaurant Jobs Description


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