Camp Kitchen Staff

Ymca Twin Cities Hudson , WI 54016

Posted 2 months ago

  1. Job Summary:

The Camp Kitchen Staff prepares and serves healthy and nutritious meals to camp participants and groups. The incumbent maintains appropriate health standards and adequate levels of food supplies. The incumbent sets tables, clear tables, washes dishes and performs other cleaning as directed.

2.Essential Functions:

  • Assists in preparing and serving healthy and nutritious meals to camp participants and groups.

  • Utilizes leftover food in meal preparations as appropriate and safe to minimize waste.

  • Documents and reports when inventory quantities are low in stockroom, freezer and cooler.

  • Maintains clean and safe kitchen work areas, stockroom, freezer, refrigerator, dining room, dish room and loading dock in accordance with State of Minnesota health regulations.

  • Practices personal hygiene and cleanliness in handling food.

3.Relationships:

This position reports to the Camp Food Service Manager who reports to the Camp Program or Executive Director. This position may take work direction from the Cook. The incumbent interacts regularly with kitchen workers, campers, participants, volunteers, and staff.

4.Qualifications:

Required:

  • Prior experience working in food preparation

  • Knowledge of kitchen operating procedures and food handling and storage

  • Effective interpersonal communication skills

  • Upon hire, completion of YMCA provided First Aid and CPR certification.

Preferred:

  • Education or training in nutrition.

5.Work Conditions:

  • Requires lifting up to 50 pounds

  • Requires ability to safely operate all necessary kitchen equipment and cleaning supplies. (The incumbent utilizes equipment which can be potentially dangerous to include knives, ovens, meat slicers, mixers, broilers, and cleaning chemicals.)

  • Ability to stand for long periods of time

6.Additional Notes:

This job description represents the major functions of the position but is not intended to be all-inclusive. The incumbent is responsible for taking direction from the Camp Program or Executive Director or their representatives in completing projects or performing duties deemed necessary for camp and Association success.


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