Kitchen Worker

Come Join St. Elizabeth's Medical Center!
St. Elizabeth's Medical Center, a teaching hospital of Tufts University School of Medicine, provides patients and families access to some of Boston's most respected physicians and advanced treatments offering specialized care, including:
Advanced Center for Cardiac Surgery
Da Vinci?? Robotic surgery program
Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
Award-winning bariatric surgery program
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute at St. Elizabeth's Medical Center
State-of-the-art emergency care with short wait times
Patients receive tertiary care at our 267-bed main campus in the heart of Boston's Brighton neighborhood. St. Elizabeth's is a member of Steward Health Care, the largest, for profit hospital operator in the United States with over 40,000 health care professionals.
Responsibilities: Maintains tray-line standards to ensure that patient trays are accurate, timely and of good quality. Ensures the maintenance of proper food temperatures during the tray-lines. Sets up tray-line to ensure quick and accurate serving of food. Serves appropriate food, beverages, condiments and garnish in an attractive manner on all trays. Produces and portions products according to established par levels, utilizing recipes or directions to meet established standards. Has working knowledge of diet principles. Reads and interprets patient menu to assure patients get correct food and accompaniments. Places foods/beverages and condiments on patient tray assuring that principles of all diets are followed. Cleans and sanitizes equipment and utensils as directed. Maintains effective and efficient communication with all personnel and patients to ensure the smooth operation of the kitchen. Accurately inventories, cleans, rotates stock and discards out dated items, restocks and wipes out refrigerators, records temperatures to ensure sanitation standards. Completes all dish-room functions accurately and in a timely way to ensure the proper sanitation of all dishes. Completes all functions in the dish-room to ensure that all dishes are washed by 10:30 AM., 3:00 PM., and 7:00 PM. Follows established sanitation guidelines to ensure a clean and safe work environment. Adheres to sanitation guidelines to prevent food borne illness and possible spread of infection. Maintains a 'CLEAN AS YOU GO' policy using prescribed methods as demonstrated by a clean and neat work area. Uses proper hand washing techniques. Covers, labels and dates food in the appropriate containers. Utilizes and stores cleaning agents properly. Attends all employee meetings and in-services as scheduled by the supervisor. Must be able to perform at least two different position assignments. Appropriate dishes, bowls, cups and utensils are used for serving food to ensure attractiveness and correct portion sizes. Station is refilled with food or beverages as necessary in a quick and accurate fashion. Coffee and iced tea is brewed according to standards and served in appropriate mugs. Bring questions referring to diets to tray-line management for resolution. Refers all patients' questions to appropriate personnel. Washes and dries all food trucks after every meal to ensure proper sanitation. Reports all unsafe conditions and improper articles on patient trays (such as needles, glasses, etc.) to supervisor immediately for appropriate disposal. Ensures that all paper items, straws, plastic are removed from the dishes and trays prior to loading into the dish-machine. Station is cleaned and wiped down after each meal. Station (i.e., steam-tables, milk-box belt-line area) is turned off, drained, wiped down and sanitized after dinner meal. Empties lowerators and equipment is pushed into the dish-room. Utensils are rinsed off and put in the pot-sink in the pot-room. Maintains clean and sanitary equipment/utensils using prescribed cleaning methods following all sanitation checklists. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Minimum Education: High School or GED equivalent preferred. Minimum Experience: Food service experience preferred, willing to train if necessary. Minimum skills/abilities: Must be able to read and write English. Must be able to work in dishroom Steward St. Elizabeth's is an equal opportunity employer

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