FOOD SERVICE / DIETARY AID
Prairie St. John's, a 110-bed psychiatric care facility located in Fargo, North Dakota, has been providing services for children, adolescents and adults to address mental health issues, chemical dependency or addiction and co-occurring disorders since 1997. Prairie offers a full-service psychiatric and addiction Continuum of Care. This Continuum of Care includes inpatient hospitalization, partial hospitalization, residential treatment, intensive outpatient services and clinic services. Prairie St. John's currently has a PRN Food Service worker position available. The candidate selected will be responsible for the following:
Establishes and maintains relationships with patients and staff to ensure patient and guest satisfaction
Expresses good customer service skills to problem solve or contacts manager if needed
Inventory management in the kitchen and patient care areas
Orders stock and supplies as needed through dietary manager
Assists in unloading trucks
Delivers food and dietary supplies to floors as requested
Produces and assembles trays for patients
Follows sanitation and safety guidelines ensuring work area is clean
Provides daily equipment cleaning and reports faulty equipment to management
Assists with maintenance of departmental equipment and supplies
Washes dishes and other kitchen items as needed
Organizes work flow and efficiently prioritizes work assignments
The position will work varying shifts (10:30 am
7 pm & 6 am
2:30 pm) and weekends as needed
Requires previous experience with inventory management thorough the knowledge of food service practices.
Maintain general food service tasks (serving, stocking, preparing, delivering, cashiering).
Works in assigned position completing all job tasks required.
Assembles prepared food items, adhering to proper portion sizes and maintaining proper temperatures.
Proper food handling to include labeling, dating, proper food storage, taking and recording food temperatures accurately, and proper hand washing and wearing of gloves.
Sanitation of surfaces, knives, sinks, and practice food service HACCP guidelines.
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