Kitchen black attire: Black shirt and black pants
Wear black non-slip shoes
Free parking available
A dishwasher refers to a back of house worker whose primary responsibilities are to keep the dishpit clean and functioning.
Lifts racks of glassware, cutlery, fry baskets, pots and pans from a holding area to the dish machine or three-compartment sink.
Scraps dishes into the disposal area and cycles the dirty dishes through the dish machine. Places clean glassware from the dish machine onto dollies as well as stocking clean dishware on the cooks’ line.
Hangs clean cooking utensils, pot, pans and baskets on appropriate hooks throughout the kitchen.
Fills and changes chemicals and soap used in the dish machine at a minimum of every 2 hours. Sorts flatware into bins for proper cleaning and sanitizing.
Observes the basic rules of kitchen safety, sanitation and back door safety.
Utilizes various cleaning chemicals in accordance with Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). Completes all running, opening and closing side work. Get checked out by management before leaving the building.
Providing friendly and competent customer service.
Reporting for work in a timely manner when scheduled.