Not only do you make the Guest’s first impression a great one by providing clean plates and cutlery, those sparkling items are safe and sanitary. Even at our busiest times, you keep up speed of service and food quality by maintaining a steady supply of dishes for the team. And you help keep the kitchen safe and costs down by keeping the dish machine at the right temperature and maintaining the decoy system to reduce breakage.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES TO SUPPORT THE GUEST EXPERIENCE
- Complete levels one and two of your online learning path prior to your first training shift.
- Ensure that we always have spotless clean and sanitized dishes, cutlery and glassware to set tables.
- Set up the dish area with soaking bins, glass racks and decoy system to ensure that the dish area is always “Guest Ready” before each revenue period and to support the speed of service.
- Maintain the dish machine at the right temperature and check chemical levels regularly to ensure clean and sanitized dishes and equipment.
- Follow the correct pre soaking and dishwashing procedures to make sure that all dishes, glasses, cutlery, pots, and utensils are safely and thoroughly washed and dried for restaurant use.
- Maintain organization and cleanliness of all dish storage areas.
- Keep the dish area clear of debris by emptying garbage and recycling bins regularly.
- Check the dish area frequently to make sure that floors are clean and safe; clean up spills immediately and use wet floor signs when applicable.
- Stock hand washing stations with paper towel and hand soap daily to support food safety.
- Use personal protective equipment (PPE) as required by MSDS information.
- Help keep the Heart of House (HOH) a safe working environment for everyone on your team. Always perform your tasks safely and to standards, and work with your team to recognize and correct unsafe practices.
- Complete opening and closing duties efficiently and safely, using the correct procedures.
- Follow the cleaning schedule for the dish machine and surrounding area to ensure food safety standards are adhered to.
- Be sure to ask for help when you need it.
SUPPORTING A SAFE WORKING ENVIRONMENT
- Maintain good personal hygiene and follow hand washing standards.
- Be thoroughly familiar with the causes of food contamination and the methods of prevention and follow all food safety standards and systems (including HACCP and WHMIS).
- Keep floor areas clean, dry and free of obstruction; use wet floor signs when necessary.
- Use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as required by SDS information.
- Always perform your tasks safely and to standards, and work with your team to recognize and correct unsafe practices.
- Report any potential hazards to your manager.
- Complete opening and closing duties efficiently and safely, using the correct
- Complete all daily, weekly and monthly side work as assigned.
- Be a team player; support your team when you see that they need help.
- Have lots of fun with your team and be sure to ask for help when you need it.