Brynn Marr Hospital first opened its doors in 1983. For more than three decades, we have continually aspired to be a valued and trusted resource for behavioral healthcare in Eastern North Carolina. Our mission is to provide quality psychiatric and substance abuse treatment and services that former patients recommend to loved ones and physicians prefer for their patients.
Under supervision of the Dietary Manager, the cook / dietary technician is responsible for the preparation of food for patients, employees and guests. Also responsible for the general supervision of the Dietary department in the absence of the Dietary Manager.
Work schedule is full time, 4 - 5 shifts Sunday - Saturday between the hours of 5am and 9pm. Includes weekends and holidays as necessary.
Cook / Diet Tech Full Time benefits include:
Medical, Dental, Vision insurance options
Supplemental benefits (Life, STD, LTD, AD/D)
Voluntary benefits (legal plan, identity theft, pet insurance)
Employee Assistance Program
401k with matching
High School graduate or equivalent required. Some formal or on the job training in food preparation in cooking, estimating quantities for food needed, in requisitioning and storage of food and supplies, in general kitchen management and in principles and management of sanitation and safety in handling food and equipment preferred.
One (1) year training or experience in food preparation in a large scale commercial, institutional or health care facility preferred.
Food handler permit or Certified Dietary Manager designation preferred.
Medium Work Exerting 20 50 pounds of force occasionally or 10 25 pounds of force frequently or an amount greater than negligible and up to 10 pounds of force frequently or an amount greater than negligible and up to 10 pounds constantly to move objects. Physical demand requirements are in excess of these for light work. Requires walking or standing to a significant degree.
Grasping; Speaking; Hearing; Visual acuity (color, depth perception, field of vision); Standing; Sitting; Walking; Pushing; Pulling; Lifting; Kneeling; Balancing; Crouching; Twisting; Stooping; Repetitive Motions; Reaching; Climbing Ladders
Universal Health Services