Dietary Aid

Five Star Quality Care, Inc. Springfield , IL 62701

Posted 2 months ago

Key Responsibilities

At this time, we are seeking a Dietary Aide to join our team!

Responsibilities

  • Prepares and/or pre-portions food (such as beverages, salads, desserts, and other items assigned by the supervisor) for regular and therapeutic diets according to the planned menu and production sheets and as directed.

  • Handles food using proper food handling and food safety techniques according to established policies and procedures.

  • Insures that food is served in an attractive, appetizing manner. Uses proper tasting technique to insure quality taste and palatability prior to service.

  • Maintains the proper temperature of food during preparation and service. Records food temperatures according to established policy.

  • Assists with the setup of the tray line. Assembles trays according to the planned menu and tray tickets, stated portion, resident food preferences, and diet order and within the established time schedules. Assists in checking trays during service for accuracy.

Qualifications

  • Must possess, at a minimum, a 10th grade education.

  • Possess the ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such action.

  • Be able to interpret and implement written or oral policies, procedures, and instructions.

  • Possess the ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide

  • Communicate effectively.

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Dietary Aid

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