The Kitchen Worker is responsible for all basic culinary prep work duties for private events as well as pot washing and kitchen cleanliness. Reporting to the Executive Chef and receiving additional direction from the Sous Chef, the Kitchen worker’s position is an entry-level position in the Culinary Department. Employee is directly responsible for basic culinary preparation of catering food, pot washing, and kitchen cleanliness including the dish up of meals for any Audubon facility.
Provide a guest experience of outstanding quality
- Preparing food for private events, which includes visual presentation
- Assisting with plate up during private events
- Maintaining kitchen cleanliness
- Pot washing and equipment cleanliness
- Supports and upholds the goals and objectives of Audubon Nature Institute’s Stand Out Service Philosophy
- Maintain food safety guidelines from serve safe
Weave quality entertainment through the guest experience
Providing enlightened culinary plate presentation and flavors for entertaining food presentations.
Provide culinary experience and enthusiasm to questions by catering managers, servers or guest.
Provide friendly service to our customers both internal and external
Experience: One year experience in Kitchen.
- Experience: Some kitchen experience preferred
- Licensure/Certification: Valid driver’s license
- Education: High school diploma preferred
- Sedentary Work: exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, or a negligible amount of force frequently to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects, including the human body. May involve sitting most of the time, but may involve walking or standing for brief periods of time.
- Sitting or standing, bending, stooping, and the ability to carry items weighing up to 50 pounds.
- Constant adequate range of motion and mobility required.
- Regular near acuity with clarity of vision at 20 inches or less required.
- Typical ability to collect and analyze numerical and written data and verbal information to reach logical conclusions and ability to determine the time, place and sequence of operations or actions required.
- Regular talking and the ability to express and exchange ideas by means of language expected.
- Regular hearing and the ability to perceive the nature of sounds.
- Constant ability to read, record, or type data quickly and accurately required.
- Working long hours between breaks or meals required.
- Ability to work under and handle stress in an appropriate manner required.
- May be exposed to high, medium, or low noise intensity.
- Constant contact with co-workers required.
- Affinity for animals preferred.
- Exposure to fluctuations in temperatures may be required.
- Exposure to outdoor conditions may be required.
- Exposure to standing on your feet for long periods of time.
- Exposure to working with hot equipment and sharp tools.