:: DAY-OF COOK ::
(Part Time 5-20hrs/week, On-Call)
Day-Of Cooks perform cooking support, and sanitation support the day of events either at the catering kitchen or on-site. They must be able to follow directions, be self-managers, manage stress in a healthy way, and work efficiently within time constraints. There are no education requirements. Experience cooking, valid Washington Driver’s License, and car are a plus.
Day-Of Cook time of duties can range from early morning to mid evening. Duties range between unloading food, helping with Sanitation, prepping food items, cooking food items, straightening up our cooking area, and loading food back in storage. Good communication is important. Being able to work well under time constraints is also important. The willingness to follow directions efficiently, presenting a positive, supportive attitude and being able to meet the physical demands of the job are all essential attributes. The Day-Of Cook Environment happens just before we go to site or serve. They must be able to handle stress well.
Day-Of Cooks must adhere to health and safety standards at all times.
- Cooking Experience
- Clean Habits
- Great Time Management
- Detail Oriented/Efficient
- Good Attitude
- Not “Accident Prone”
- Team Minded
Day of Cook will be given the opportunity to accept/decline Event Days and Times. Schedules will be texted at the beginning of each month. It is important that the Day-Of Cook show up to the desired location on time and ready to work on days they are scheduled to work. Ready to work means wearing both comfortable cooking clothes (all black, if you are working on-site) and a great attitude to carry out the tasks to a successful completion.
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