Line Cook

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General Information

Job Posting ID 8669027 Creation Date Sep 11, 2018
Employer Posting No --- Closing Date Nov 14, 2018
Job Site Address WACO, Texas 76712 Employer Type Private Sector
Openings 2

Job Description

We are looking for a dedicated and energetic Line Cooks with exceptionally great attitudes, adept at multitasking in a high-volume fast-paced work environment. Able to maintain cordial and professional working relationships with other staff supervisors and guest.

Required Duties and Responsibilities:
Arrives to work on time, well groomed in a clean uniform for every shift
Demonstrates a positive attitude at all times, willing to help out where needed
Follows all Walk-Onís safety, sanitation, and employee guidelines
Follows day prep sheet and completes all duties assigned
Sets up sani-buckets, maintains a clean work area during the shift
Follows proper food rotation, understands how to date and label all items (both prepped and un-prepped)
Strictly adheres to Walk-Onís recipes and procedures when preparing any food items
Practices ďclean as you goĒ techniques to avoid cross contamination
Assists and completes the daily line checklist for shift readiness
Can complete requirements of job without constant supervision
Able to use a scale for proper portioning.
Calibrates bio-thermometers and scales for accurate results
Follows all HACCP guidelines for heating and cooling of food products
Assists in checking in, unloading, dating, rotating, and storage of all delivered products
Assist other employees to complete any tasks during shift
Dumps trash and cardboard from kitchen into proper receptacles in the back of the restaurant
Must have reliable transportation to and from work

Physical requirements for this position include:
Continuous standing, bending, lifting/ carrying items (up to 60 pounds), and exposure to heat (up to 1000 F or more) Ability to read recipes, prep sheets, charts in English, understand measuring ingredients by weight and by volume, able to use ounce and pound scales for measuring, able to operate a slicer for cutting meats, cheeses, and vegetables (must be 18 years of age to operate the slicer). Able to hear and respond to calls made in kitchen in English.
Must be able to competently operate fryers, char-grill, flat top grill, and slicer and any other BOH equipment and accurately and timely prepare all food items as orders are registered.

Dress Code:
Shoes: Black, non-skid soled shoes, closed toes, rubber soles and no colored markings on the shoes with black socks.
Pants: Long black pants with black belt
Hair: Grooming is a vital part of overall appearance. Hair and fingernails must be clean, neat and conservative. Hair needs to be restrained and placed under a red skull cap. Beard nets must be worn if facial hair.
Shirts: Walk-Onís approved BOH shirt.
Supervisory Experience Required No
Additional Pay Details Depends on Experience
Shift Rotating Duration Regular
Workweek Full Time
Veterans Only No
Federal Contractor No
Eagle Ford Shale Job No
Is this job related to Hurricane Harvey Clean-up/Restoration? No

Job Requirements

Occupation Cooks, Restaurant
Minimum Experience and Education  0 yrs   0 mos and High School Diploma/GED


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Job Title Line Cook
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State Agency Name WALK-ONS BISTREAUX & BAR
Job Closing Date Nov 14, 2018
Open Until Filled No

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