Dish / Prep Job
Kitchen black attire: Black shirt, black pants
Wear black non-slip shoes
Free parking available
You’ll be provided a meal
Use back door
A dish/prep role refers to a back of house worker whose primary role is to support current dishwasher or prep cook at the job site.
Maintains the dish machine, ensuring minimum temp requirements are maintained.
Cleans the dishwasher, changes the water based on amount of use, and cleans curtains and traps.
Air dries dishes as needed to ensure no spots, and ensures proper storage (not stored wet).
Inspects dishes being washed and re-washes as necessary.
Responsible for removal of trash, breaking down boxes, railroad scheduled cleaning, and maintaining floors.
Completes deep cleaning projects, quarterly power sprays the kitchen, and may often be asked to clean other areas such as the associate break room.
Anticipates and responds to varying levels of business to meet the needs of internal and external customers.
Willingly assists others on the team within and outside the department to ensure guest needs are met.
Responsible for proper use of all equipment.
Adheres to cost controls to reduce expenses and waste.
Monitors use of dishwashing and cleaning chemicals to reduce cost, and helps to reduce breakage during washing and storage process.
Maintains a clean and safe work area in compliance with CSM, brand, local, state and federal regulations.
Operates all equipment following safe and proper procedures.
Follows all CSM procedures for guest/associate incidents.
Knowledgeable of hotel emergency procedures.
Produces required volume of work by planning, organizing and prioritizing work duties.
Adheres to CSM attendance policy, grooming and appearance standards, and general work rules and department procedures.
Attends all required department and hotel meetings.
Often asked to plate for banquet events, food preparation, production assignments such as cutting bulk prep of vegetables or other duties.
Assists other areas as needed.