Exerciser Horse Job Description Sample
Pen Rider - Horse Position
This person will be responsible for:
Riding assigned pens daily as scheduled, excluding extreme weather conditions.
Being accountable for cattle health in assigned pens by detecting sick or injured cattle.
Properly diagnosing cattle through mail or radio contact with Cattle Health team and pulling cattle to the adjacent hospital pen.
Sorting cattle, including removing withdrawal cattle according to sales schedule, wrong penners, and mixed pens.
Moving cattle within the feedyard.
Gathering loose cattle and taking them to their appropriate pens.
Checking water tanks to ensure functionality.
Utilizing animal health reports and interpreting the data to support decisions.
Reporting vet pen and general pen maintenance to Pen Checking Team Lead or Supervisor.
Communicating problematic pens with leadership immediately.
Calling in moralities and animals for euthanasia to the Cattle Health team.
Ensuring holding pens around the processing facilities are emptied daily.
Ensuring general care for your horses (i.e. shoeing, vaccinations, feeding).
Maintaining and cleaning your area (i.e. tack, run, water tanks, hay feeders) within the facility, including the break room.
Assisting in other areas of cattle production, including but not limited to Cattle Logistics, Cattle Distribution, and East Lot.
Rotating the on-call responsibilities for unloading incoming cattle on the weekends.
Ideal candidate would possess the following qualifications:
Cattle handling knowledge and experience.
Intermediate to advanced horsemanship skills.
Knowledge of sick or injured cattle, including basic animal health diagnosis.
Must be team-oriented.
High attention to detail.
Excellent verbal communication skills.
Feedlot, sale barn, and/or ranch experience is preferred.
Beef Quality Assurance experience.
Commitment to safety and quality culture.
Other Job Information:
This position requires:
Individual must provide, shoe, and maintain three (3) head of horses and pass ADAMS pre-employment horse evaluation and diagnosis test.
Individual must be able to work holidays, extended hours, and weekends as scheduled.
Individual must be able to work in adverse weather conditions, if needed.
Exerting 50-100 pounds of force occasionally. Sitting, lifting/lowering, pushing/pulling, and reaching/handling/grasping frequently; standing, walking, carrying, bending, twisting, climbing, and crawling occasionally; stairs and kneeling/crouching rarely.
Compensation includes $425 per month in Horse Pay.
Eligible for up to a $1000 Hiring Bonus
Horse Attendant - Therapeutic Riding
Part Time Weekends (some holidays)
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES FOR HORSE ATTENDANT:
Weigh and feed hay to horses, feed special grains and supplements to horses, muck both dirt based and shavings based stalls; dump, clean, and refill water buckets; distribute bedding to stalls, hand walk, and turn out horses. Administer medication, inventory supplies such as feed, supplements and supplies.
Maintain barn and building cleanliness. Assist instructors, volunteers, and program manager with horses before, during, and after lessons, including but not limited to grooming, tacking, and lunging as needed. Assist with the care of the horses, including, but not limited to bathing and clipping.
Prepare horses for and assist in lessons with volunteers as needed. Assist with equipment, machinery, and building maintenance. This position requires being able to work independently, as a team member, and participation in Center activities as needed or required.
In addition to the duties listed above, the Center expects the following of each employee: adheres to HWAC policies and procedures; works in a safe manner; acts as a role model within and outside the Center; performs duties as workload necessitates; maintains a positive and respectful attitude; communicates regularly with supervisor about department issues; demonstrates efficient time management and prioritizes workload; consistently reports to work on time prepared to perform duties of the position; meets department productivity standards; participates in HWAC events as needed or required; and completes other duties as assigned.
POSITION REQUIREMENTS FOR HORSE ATTENDANT:
Minimum of 5 years grooming and horse handling experience is a must. This person must understand the basics of stable maintenance and possess knowledge of all types of equine food substances.
Familiarity with different tack, to include English, Western, and specialized equipment is required. The position requires the ability to anticipate upcoming maintenance and/or repairs of grounds and equipment. Skills in the safe, proper, and humane restraint and handling of horses are required. The ability to safely lift up to 50 lbs. alone and 115 lbs with assistance as well as, push/pull up to 100 lbs is required.
Employee must demonstrate ability to work effectively with others (including co-workers, volunteers, customers, and others) by sharing ideas in a constructive and positive manner; listening to and objectively considering ideas and suggestions from others; keeping commitments; keeping others informed of work progress, timetables and issues; and addressing problems and issues constructively to find mutually acceptable and practical business solutions.
Employee must demonstrate regular and consistent attendance and punctuality.
Chef, Horse & Plow
Chef, Horse & Plow
Location: Kohler, WI
Are you someone who enjoys creating delectable food items for a Five-Star, Five-Diamond Resort? Do you take pleasure in contributing to a memorable experience for our guests? Join the team at Destination Kohler where your hard work ethic and excellent culinary skills are appreciated and recognized!
Specific responsibilities include:
Supervising the daily ordering, receiving, and proper handling of product, develop new menu ideas, train and develop staff to ensure that all products represent Five-Star, Five-Diamond standards
Ensuring product quality, service standards and profit goals are met or exceeded
Standardizing recipes, plating instructions and menu costs
Maintaining a safe working environment and educate & train on safety practices/procedures
Engaging in the preparation of food to ensure execution and quality standards are met
Creating specials and working with management to execute special events and marketing opportunities
Monitoring and controlling waste, product rotation and maximize yields
Demonstrating a thorough knowledge of food handling and preparation techniques
Storing, rotating and labeling food items and maintain a well sanitized kitchen in accordance with health regulations
Directly supervising all Cook I, II, III, IV, V's and Dishwashers
Controlling cost of goods and labor according to plan
Assisting culinary associates as needed to ensure production is complete prior to each
- Training and developing team members on technical and professional skills for future growth opportunities
Graduate of a culinary institute with an associate degree highly desired or completion of equivalent apprenticeship program, certified through the American Culinary Federation
Must have completed courses in sanitation, nutrition, and supervision
Food Manager Certification required or completion of this certificate within six months of employment
Experience in budgeting, food cost, labor costs, and scheduling
Minimum of 4-5 years of practical restaurant management experience or related resort hotel
Thorough knowledge of food handling and preparation techniques
Skilled in inventory control
Applicants must be authorized to work in the US without requiring sponsorship now or in the future.
Why Work at Kohler Co.?
Kohler Co.'s mission is to contribute to a higher level of gracious living for those who are touched by our products and services. We understand that it takes investment in our associates' development to make that happen. So, we offer ongoing investment in each individual's personal development and the opportunity to collaborate with others across functions and roles at Kohler.
In addition to the investment in your development, Kohler offers a benefits package including a competitive salary, health, vision, dental, 401(k) with company matching, and more!
Beyond the competitive benefits and compensation, Kohler proudly offers a rich history, steeped in creativity and a commitment to our associates and communities. We invite you to learn more about our culture and company at www.kohlercompany.com.
It is Kohler's policy to recruit, hire, and promote qualified personnel in all job classifications without regard to race, creed, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, disability or veteran status. If, as an individual with a disability, you need reasonable accommodation during the recruitment process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Kohler Co. is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Shift Supervisor - Store# 06611, Park Avenue & Iron Horse
Job Summary and Mission
This position contributes to Starbucks success by assisting the store manager in executing store operations during scheduled shifts.This job deploys partners and delegates tasks so that partners can create and maintain the Starbucks Experience for our customers. Models and acts in accordance with Starbucks guiding principles.
Summary of Key Responsibilities
Responsibilities and essential job functions include but are not limited to the following:
Acts with integrity, honesty and knowledge that promote the culture, values and mission of Starbucks.
Maintains a calm demeanor during periods of high volume or unusual events to keep store operating to standard and to set a positive example for the shift team.
Anticipates customer and store needs by constantly evaluating environment and customers for cues.
Communicates information to manager so that the team can respond as necessary to create the Third Place environment during each shift.
Assists with new partner training by positively reinforcing successful performance and giving respectful and encouraging coaching as needed. Provides feedback to store manager on partner performance during shift.
Contributes to positive team environment by recognizing alarms or changes in partner morale and performance and communicating them to the store manager.
Creates a positive learning environment by providing clear, specific, timely and respectful coaching and feedback to partners on shift to ensure operational excellence and to improve partnerperformance.
Delivers legendary customer service to all customers by acting with a customer comes first attitude and connecting with the customer. Discovers and responds to customer needs.
Develops positive relationships with shift team by understanding and addressing individual motivation, needs and concerns.
Executes store operations during scheduled shifts. Organizes opening and closing duties as assigned. Follows Starbucks operational policies and procedures, including those for cash handling and safety and security, to ensure the safety of all partners during each shift.
Follows all cash management and cash register policies and ensures proper cash management practices are followed by shift team.
Follows up with baristas during the shift to ensure the delivery of legendary customer service for all customers.
Provides quality beverages, whole bean, and food products consistently for all customers by adhering to all recipe and presentation standards. Follows health, safety and sanitation guidelines for all products.
Recognizes and reinforces individual and team accomplishments by using existing organizational tools and by collaborating with store manager to find new, creative, and effective methods of recognition.
Utilizes operational tools to achieve operational excellence during the shift.
Maintains regular and punctual attendance
Summary of Experience
Customer service experience in a retail or restaurant environment - 1 year
Maintain regular and consistent attendance and punctuality, with or without reasonable accommodation
Available to work flexible hours that may include early mornings, evenings, weekends, nights and/or holidays
Meet store operating policies and standards, including providing quality beverages and food products, cash handling and store safety and security, with or without reasonable accommodation
Six (6) months of experience in a position that required constant interacting with and fulfilling the requests of customers
Prepare and coach the preparation of food and beverages to standard recipes or customized for customers, including recipe changes such as temperature, quantity of ingredients or substituted ingredients
At least six (6) months of experience delegating tasks to other employees and/or coordinating the tasks of two (2) or more employees
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Ability to direct the work of others
Ability to learn quickly
Effective oral communication skills
Knowledge of the retail environment
Strong interpersonal skills
Ability to work as part of a team
Ability to build relationships
Starbucks is an equal opportunity employer of all qualified individuals; including minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities, and regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. Starbucks will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with all federal, state, and local ordinances.
Library Media Coordinator, 19.9 Hr/Wk - (Anticipated Work Hours: M - Th 11:00Am - 3:00Pm; F 11:00Am - 2:54Pm) - Iron Horse Middle School (Repost)
Library Media Coordinator, 19.9 hr/wk - (Anticipated work hours: M - Th 11:00am
3:00pm; F 11:00am
2:54pm) - Iron Horse Middle School (REPOST)
San Ramon Valley Unified School District
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
Length of Work Year:
10 month work year
$20.43 - $26.07/ hr
8/17/2018 Application Deadline:
Until Filled Employment Type:
Part Time Length of Work Year:
10 month work year Salary:
$20.43 - $26.07/ hr Number Openings: (At time of posting)
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Iron Horse Middle School
Hours per Week:
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Iron Horse Middle School
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Horse Trailer Sales
Transwest is seeking an experienced Horse Trailer Salesperson connected to the horse and ranching industry to join our sales team in Grand Junction, CO. The Salesperson is responsible for the retail sales of high end Horse Trailers and Trailer Haulers. The successful candidate will be able to attain trailer sales objectives by having excellent customer service skills, product knowledge and presentation selling skills. This positions will require travel to trade shows to represent various lines we carry.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Make outgoing calls to establish accounts and develop new accounts.
Aggressively sell all products in a professional manner.
Generate profitable revenue growth through establishing new customers, penetrating new customer accounts and retaining those customers.
Identify target prospects and create strategic action plans to convert prospects into customers.
Ensure the Finance Department has an opportunity to finance and/or sell credit products on new or used trailers.
Ability to speak knowledgeably with customers about all aspects of Transwest products.
Provide customers with invoices, quotes, specs and pricing within a timely manner.
Provide prompt, courteous and accurate service to customers.
Exemplify a professional appearance and attitude at all times.
Complete assigned tasks within budget.
Assist walk-in customers about inquiries regarding trailers.
Ask clarifying questions to help customers figure out what their trailer needs are.
Present trailers to customer based on needs analysis and be able to go into detail on how the specs will fulfill their needs.
Other duties as assigned by the manager.
WORK ENVIRONMENT & PHYSICAL ABILITIES:
Sit or stand for prolonged periods of time.
Climbing in and out of vehicles.
Occasional stooping and bending.
Ability to lift/push/pull up to 45 lbs.
Normal range of hearing and vision.
REQUIRED EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:
High school diploma or equivalent.
Valid driver's license with the ability to obtain a CDL within 90 days.
MVR in good standing.
Direct knowledge or experience selling horse trailers is a plus.
Industry related experience is helpful. Examples include trailers sales, hauler sales or equipment sales experience.
Ability to work independently and with a group.
Able to seek help and guidance when needed.
Assistant Camp Director And Horse Program Coordinator (Camp Crossed Arrows)
Assistant Camp Director and Horse Program Coordinator (Camp Crossed Arrows)
SUPERVISOR: Outdoor Program Manager
DEPARTMENT: Outdoor Programs
FLSA STATUS: Exempt
LAST UPDATED: 8/23/2018
The Assistant Camp Director/Horse Program Coordinator will infuse and model the Girl Scout Law into their everyday work to fulfill the mission of building girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.
The Horse Program Coordinator is responsible for development and facilitation of horse program opportunities and support systems that meet the needs of girls K-12, including fall, spring and summer resident camp horseback riding programs, as well as development of riding staff and herd maintenance.
The Assistant Camp Director provides supervision of the camp program and camp staff, and supports staff and campers in the same manner as the administrative staff. Responsible for the supervision of designated seasonal staff; to be determined at the start of the camping season.
This positions also provides support to the Outdoor Program Manager for all outdoor events.
MAJOR ACCOUNTABILITIES (Horse Program Coordinator)
Researches/develops high-quality innovative horseback riding program opportunities for girls K-12, ensuring that horse program provides skills progression.
Set up program partners for horse related activities within the council service area.
Coordinates execution of riding program events/activities at Camp Crossed Arrows, per number set annually with Outdoor Program Manager.
Recruits, trains, schedules, supervises riding instructor staff and volunteers to facilitate riding programs, including regular training updates, skills practice sessions and herd workout sessions.
Works with Outdoor Program Manager in recruitment, training, supervision and evaluation of resident camp riding instructor staff and camp staff.
Through evaluations/surveys, ensures horseback riding program offerings are based on girls interests and are consistent with GSUSA guidelines and standards (including Safety Activity Checkpoints), Certified Horsemanship Association guidelines, American Camp Association guidelines and compliant with all local, state and federal laws.
Maintains a care plan for each horse in herd to include, but not limited to, feeding, special diets, vaccination schedules, shoeing schedules, etc.
Maintains regular communication with Camp Ranger and Outdoor Program Manager regarding above schedules and/or issues.
Monitors, tracks and makes decisions regarding horse health and condition.
Provides recommendations regarding herd management (including purchasing/selling) to Property Director.
Regularly submits work and event reports to Outdoor Program Manager per schedule provided.
Staff: Seasonal Camp Staff; Part-Time Horseback Riding Staff
Empathy Approaches others with a service mindset. Offers humility and inspires trust. Trusts the good intentions of others. Takes time with people. Offers respect and kindness to all. Actively listens without judgement. Offers positive alternatives to challenging situations. Actively listens without judgement. Offers positive alternatives to challenging situations.
Possibility Thinking Demonstrates eagerness to learn new things. Sees opportunity in ambiguity, change and transition. Displays flexibility in thinking. Explores alternatives before acting. Takes on challenging tasks. Respectfully offers collaboration with an openness to others ideas.
Innovation Knows the business. Thinks in unique and independent ways. Communicates ideas effectively. Learns from smart risk taking and failure. Pursues a standard of excellence.
Courageous Leadership Works for the good of the whole. Works collaboratively with all. Maintains personal integrity. Resolves conflicts constructively. Helps others to grow and develop. Involves others in decisions affecting them.
KNOWLEDGE AND CREDENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS
Bachelors degree in related field or experience commensurate with degree
Must be at least 21 years old and hold current or have the skills and ability to obtain CHA instructor certification
Demonstrated experience in horse program curriculum development
Experience in supervisory position working with adults and youth
Valid drivers license and safe driving record
Experience in program implementation, working with adults and youth; Girl Scout experience preferred
Knowledge of Girl Scout Leadership Experience
Highly organized, self-motivated
ABILITY AND SKILLS QUALIFICATIONS
Strong human relations skills
Planning and organizational skills with attention to details
First Aid and CPR certification
ARC Water Safety Instructor, ARC Lifeguard, or USA Archery Instructor certifications preferred
Ability to supervise/coach horseback riding instructors and other summer camp staff in constructive and supportive manner
Ability to recognize concerns regarding horses (behavior, health, etc)
Ability to lift at least 50 pounds (equipment)
Ability to work well with people of diverse backgrounds
Ability to work in the out of doors in extreme temperatures for extended periods of time
Subscribes to the principles of the Girl Scout Movement
Demonstrated ability to successfully manage multiple priorities, work independently, and meet deadlines
Strong human relations skills and have ability to work well with people of diverse backgrounds
Ability to follow direction and exercise good judgement
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Excellent computer skills
Solution driven with the ability to effectively problem solve
HOURS AND TRAVEL
Willingness to work a flexible schedule, including designated weekends (up to 3 per month) and evenings.
Willingness to travel.
Ability to live on-site for 7 to 8 weeks during the summer resident camp season.
Other Major Accountabilities (Assistant Camp Director):
Steps in as acting Camp Director when Camp Director is off-site or unable to fufill duties.
Coordinate with Camp Director on staff training and evaluations.
Assists in the planning of camp advertisment and recruitment, including camp brochure.
Attends fairs, SU meetings and other opportunities to recruit campers.
Aids in the recruitment, hiring and training of resident camp staff and off seaseon activity leaders.
Aids in the supervision of camp staff members.
Assists in organization and approval of off-site trips.
Oversee crisis management.
Meets one-on-one with designated staff.
Attends orientation week.
Attends staff meetings as designated by the Camp Director.
Follows all camp rules and staff policies.
Participates in camp activities as designated by the Camp Director.
Maintains a positive attitude and professional manner with campers, parents, volunteers, and staff.
Completes paperwork as designated by the Camp Director.
Salary: $28,300 to $33,900-
To apply for this position, please go to: www.girlscoutsdiamonds.org
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to complete other duties as assigned.
Tasting Room Associate, Part Time Wild Horse Winery
Tasting Room Sales and Service
Promote and sell wines and merchandise by assisting and educating guests in tasting wines and making purchasing decisions.
Share knowledge about all wines and merchandise in an open and friendly manner with the goal of helping customers develop enthusiasm and appreciation of our wines.
Promote membership in wine club as applicable.
Greet all guests promptly and graciously and provide knowledgeable, consistent and courteous responses to questions, complaints and/or problems. Insure that all problems are resolved to the customer's satisfaction. Refer to management as appropriate.
Fulfill customer orders and use cash register to complete sales. Properly operate cash registers and accurately follow transaction procedures.
Assist guests with transporting purchases to their vehicle or arrange for pick-up, shipment or delivery.
Insure that merchandise displays and tasting bar are kept in immaculate condition.
Setup tasting bar with necessary supplies. Wash tasting glasses and assist with other cleanup as needed.
Serve cheese plates or other food pairings as ordered by guests, following all appropriate food handling procedures.
Record tasting wines used. Make sure empty bottles are put in appropriate holding area.
Assist in training and orientation for new and/or on-call staff.
Responsible for compliance with CWUS sustainability policies and practices which are economically viable, socially acceptable and environmentally sound. This is done by supporting programs at each location for conservation, energy efficiency, and recycling, which are critical for our operations to achieve tangible environmental results.
Safety-follow safe operating procedures, support safety programs and policies to safeguard personal safety, company property, environmental and team member's safety
Tours and Wine Education (may apply)
Conduct daily public tours, reserved group and private tours, and tours for trade as scheduled.
Host specialty programs, lunches or dinner as assigned.
Promote and represent winery by pouring at off and on-premise special events.
Maintain, update and expand knowledge of the winery, viticulture, enology and food by participating in educational training, seminars and tastings within the Winery and through outside sources.
Opening and Closing Procedures and Financial Responsibilities (may apply)
- Perform and/or oversee daily cash reconciliation and opening/close of day responsibilities on cash register with RMS POS system.
Inventory Support (may apply)
Insure merchandise is tagged, fold clothing as needed, and assist in keeping stockroom neat and organized.
May assist with quarterly wine or merchandise physical inventories
Excellent verbal and written communication skills with a genuine desire to help customers in a friendly, courteous and professional manner. Ability to work under pressure and on tight deadlines and to multi-task effectively. Professional phone and email skills with a strong team-oriented work ethic.
Knowledge of wines, wine production and the wine industry.
4-6 years' experience in a high-volume, luxury retail, restaurant or hospitality environment.
Proficient with PC software including: Microsoft Word and Excel.
Intermediate math skills
Foreign language skills a definite plus
High School diploma/GED
Physical Requirements/Work Environment
Must be able to work extended hours including evenings, weekends, and holidays.
Must be able sit and/or stand for long periods of time, and work on a computer for extended periods.
Must be able to work both inside and outside in varied weather conditions.
Ability to lift up to 55 lbs regularly.
Must be at least 21 years of age.
Hospitality & Retail
Constellation Brands is committed to a continuing program of equal employment opportunity. All persons have equal employment opportunities with Constellation Brands, regardless of their sex, race, color, age, religion, creed, sexual orientation, national origin or citizenship, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition (cancer or genetic characteristics), marital status, gender (including gender identity or gender expression), familial status, military or veteran status, genetic information, pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, or related conditions (or any other group or category within the framework of the applicable discrimination laws and regulations).
Horse Identifier 2018-2019 Season
Don't just work. Work Happy.
A career in gaming? At Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley we think you'll enjoy an exciting industry, fast-paced days and nights, diverse, enthusiastic co-workers, unlimited growth and support from one of the leaders in the industry.
An individual could be successful if they possess the following.
Your daily responsibilities include
Must enforce the Ohio State Racing Commission Rules of Racing.
Prior to races checks the official Jockey Club lip tattoo in order to determine correct horse.
Responsible for checking other markings, symbols and other items in order to establish correct horse is being identified.
Responsible for foal papers, coggins test results
Must be available to work for any training, schooling or racing hours.
This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive and team members may also be asked to perform other reasonable related duties as assigned. Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley Race Course reserves the right to revise or change job duties and responsibilities as the need arises with appropriate notification to Team Members.
To be successful in this position it will require the following skill set
Must be 21 years of age
High school diploma or equivalent
Must be licensed by the Ohio State Racing Commission and must have Identifier license.
Must be knowledgeable of the Ohio State Racing Commission Rules of Racing.
Read, write legibly, understand and speak English
Excellent customer service/communication skills
Must meet professional appearance standards as prescribed by company policy.
Must be able to respond to visual and oral cues
Able to work at a fast pace in often crowded/noisy environment
Physically mobile with reasonable accommodations including ability to push, pull, carry and lift up to 25 lbs., and the ability to push, pull, reach, bend, twist, stoop, stack, crouch, kneel and balance when performing job duties in varying work areas such as confined spaces
Incompass Software Experience Required.
Something to leave you with
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Now that you have read about who we are, here is your opportunity to see what we're about!
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White Horse Golf Club Cook II
Prepares and cooks meals for guests of the restaurant, bar, and banquets. Consistently provides Spectacular Customer Service with both internal and external interactions.
DUTIES; Prepares food items in quantities according to menu and number of persons to be served. Prepares food for beverage cart service.
Prepares food in accordance with the highest standards and in keeping with health and sanitation regulations. Mixes sauces associated with menu items. Assists in menu planning by taking advantage of foods in season and local availability.
Complies with all OSHA specific training to ensure a safe working environment. May handle various types of seafood such as crab, lobster, and shrimp to prepare cocktails. May assist the F&B management team in training and developing staff on techniques, equipment, recipes, preparation methods, and presentation as necessary.
QUALIFICATIONS: High School diploma or GED required. 1-2 yrs. previous experience working in a food preparation preferred or culinary work experience.
Formal culinary education preferred. Food handlers card required within 30 days of employment. Must successfully obtain a SERV SAFE Certification required within 6 months of employment.
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