An experienced cook, with a cheerful disposition and an ability to prepare high volumes of food while working with inexperienced servers (ski and board school instructors), is needed for the Big White Kid’s Centre. The primary responsibility of the Kid’s Centre Cook is to prepare daily a good variety of nutritionally balanced, creatively designed, and attractively presented snacks and hot lunch meals for children enrolled in lessons at the Kid’s Centre and the Tot Town Daycare.
Additional responsibilities of the cook for the Kid’s Centre include: Maintaining an up-to-date inventory of foods and drinks available at the Kid’s Centre; Preparing food and drink purchase orders in a timely fashion to avoid shortfalls; Maintaining the overall cleanliness of the kitchen area; Practicing at all times safe and sanitary preparation of food; and exercising good portion control for the numbers of children in the Kids Centre on any given day, thus limiting the amount of unnecessary food cooked.
To be considered all applicants must submit a resume with at least two references who can be contacted, have completed the Level 1 Food Safe BC course (or recognized equivalent) and provide a copy of any current/relevant certification(s) in culinary training. The most recent FOODSAFE Equivalency List is now available on the BCCDChttp://www.bccdc.ca/foodhealth/foodguidelines/default.htm page.
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