Location: Bethlehem House
Location: Bethlehem House
We’re looking for a kitchen hand to join the team, working under the direction of the Chef, to provide meals for the clients of Bethlehem House
Hours: Part-time (40 hours per fortnight )
To perform the role of Kitchen hand at Bethlehem House, assisting the chef in food preparation and general kitchen duties.
- Working under the direction of the Chef, to provide meals for the clients of Bethlehem House:
- Prep ingredients including cleaning and chopping of vegetables
- Prep meat as required by the chef
- Ensure that the preparation and service of all meals are in accordance with statutory requirements, relevant health and hygiene regulations and established guidelines.
- Load and unload the dishwasher, ensuring that all crockery, utensils and cookware are cleaned correctly.
- Ensure that kitchen and dining area is maintained clean, including all utensils, equipment and surfaces in accordance with statutory requirements.
- Ensure that fridges are stocked and maintained at correct temperatures
- Ensure that utensils, glassware and plates are available and clean, for residents use
- Maintain stocks of condiments, breakfast ingredients, etc for resident use
- Report any maintenance requirements, repairs or replacements or occupational health and safety requirements to the Senior Cook and or the Senior Administration Officer.
- Any other duties as delegated by the Chef.
- Contributing to the success of the House’s services to men as a team member through constructive input, communication, professional approach to work and co-operation and respect for co-workers and management
- Contributing to one’s own professional development.
- Participation in the ongoing development and planning of the organisation by contributing to:
- Strategic Planning and implementation
- Attendance at Staff meetings where possible.
Essential Skills and Knowledge:
- Demonstrated ability to provide meals, including menu planning and serving within a similar sized organisation or hostel.
- Sound knowledge and understanding of implications of duty of care, relevant statutory requirements of the position particularly health and hygiene regulations and Occupational Health and Safety issues.
- Good organizational skills and able to meet deadlines.
- Good interpersonal and communication skills.
- Good computer skills
- Willingness to support the Vision, Mission, and values and principles of Bethlehem House.
- Current First Aid Certificate.
- Ability to engage with and supervise clients.
- Reliable and able to maintain confidentiality
Applications must be received by: 13/10/2019