The FSA works in the kitchen rinsing, washing, and sanitizing all pots and pans; delivering and picking up food carts and food for catering events; cleaning and sanitizing food production and storage areas; cleaning kitchen and bakery offices; and taking out trash and recyclables. The FSAs work as part of the food production team.
The Food Service Assistant (FSA) serves quantity foods, cafeteria style, for approximately 200 people including 85 to 100 modified diets. The FSA assembles all trays and nourishments for patients; monitors sanitation and safety; and upholds the security in the cafeteria areas.
Due to the nature of the position, all applicants who may be appointed to this position will be required to allow the DHS to conduct a background check to determine whether the circumstances of any conviction may be related to the job being filled.
All appointees will be required to receive a TB test and other pre-employment health assessments prior to their start date.
These positions have physical requirements which may include but are not limited to standing, kneeling, stooping and walking for extended periods of time. In addition, incumbents are required to lift up to 75 lbs. Applicants will be required to pass a physical evaluation to assess these requirements.
This position requires the following:
Ability to work a schedule that may include early morning, early evenings and weekends. Additionally, must be able to work more than 8 hours a day, more than 40 hours in a week, and holidays as needed. These positions work a federal rotation, meaning the incumbents are scheduled for six consecutive days, followed by two days off.
In addition, well-qualified candidates will have:
Training and/or experience working with food safety and sanitation requirements.
An ability to follow customer service requirements needed to maintain a respectful and professional relationship with patients and their families, other staff, and coworkers.
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