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line cook - server

Hiring Deadline: Open until filled
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Zip Code: 85248
Industry: All
Employer: Bay Leaf Cafe
Job Tracking ID: 1381511248
Job Description:
Bay Leaf Cafe-India Cusine is a modern Indian Cusine resturant with casusl fine dining concept.We are small is size but big in value for our customers where we offer them best indian food with personnel touch.
Cooks-If you take pride in cooking and expand your cooking career to next level,you want to be at Bay Leaf Cafe.We will train you in Indian cusine which is very delicate and diverse.
Job duties including preparing, cooking and assembling the menu offerings in a mid volume casual dining environment. You will need to be able to follow the established guidelines for food production, prep, cleaning, food safety and sanitation and maintenance of facility.
Minimum 6 months experience in line cooking and or preparation.
Must be able to multi task and prepare 3-4 entries at the same time.
Flexible in work schedule to meet slow and peak period planning.
Be available to work a varied schedule to meet the demands of our volume.
Attend all scheduled employee meetings and bring suggestions for improvement.
Clock in and out of the POS System in a timely manner.
Focussed on your work and no gossipping, fooling around.
Get along well and respect co workers.
Good communication skills.
Complete all sidework as directed by the Kitchen Manager.
Assist in food- prep assignments during off- peak hours as needed.
Be able to lift, reach, bend, stoop and safely lift and easily maneuver items frequently weighing up to 50 lbs.
Must have basic knowledge of dining room and service procedures and functions.
Be able to work in a standing position for long periods of time (from six to nine hours).
Be able to walk and be "on your feet" for long periods of time (from six to nine hours).
Basic knowledge of food safety concepts and practices.
Must adhere to the established appearance guidelines.

We have 2 positions for someone who has passion for serving and love to interact with diverse customer bases.This position will give you the opportunity to learn about diverse indian food and culture.Our location has the advantage of a diverse community, high networth individuals.
You must be able to handle 35 seats dining area on your own requiring you to greet customers, have seated and help them select the right menu items.Must be able to have good communication with Cheff/cooks/kitchen staff to ensure the order is placed and recieved correctly and delivered as such to custoemr from kitchen.Must be a clean person who keeps the surrounding clean.Must have a great pleasing personality.

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

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