• Breakfast Cook

    Posted Date 4 months ago(10/11/2018 4:05 PM)
    Regular Full-Time
    Property Name
    Sanctuary Beach Resort
    3295 Dunes Drive Marina California 93933 US
  • Overview

    Opportunity:  Breakfast Cook


    Prepare food items for complimentary food service, according to recipes and standards, while maintaining a safe and sanitary work environment. 

    Potential Career Path   

    Lead Cook – Sous Chef – Executive Chef – Food and Beverage Director


    Essential Job Functions

    • Follow recipes to prepare food items accordingly.
    • Wash, peel, and cut fruits and vegetables; cut, trim, or clean meat.
    • Prepare appetizers, salads, or cold dishes.
    • Bake breads, rolls, or other baked goods.
    • Portion, arrange, and garnish food for comp food server or deliver to guests.
    • Maintain clean and sanitized work areas such as cutting boards, counters and work spaces.
    • Secure and store food items properly.
    • Be aware of guest satisfaction scores and work toward increasing departmental and overall guest satisfaction. 
    • Follow safe food handling procedures. 
    • Follow guidelines related to sustainability practices related to HHM’s EarthView program. 
    • Practice safe work habits and wear protective safety equipment.
    • Ensure overall guest satisfaction.
    • Perform other duties as requested by management.

    Position Requirements

    • High School diploma preferred.
    • Previous culinary experience or equivalent training required.
    • Department of Health Sanitation certificate may be required.

    Work Environment and Context

    • Work schedule varies and may include working on holidays, weekends and alternate shifts.
    • Requires standing for extended periods, walking, pushing, lifting up to 50 pounds, bending and reaching.


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