The First Cook plays a key role in executing the daily dinner service with support from the Culinary team. Working with Culinary leadership, the First Cook is responsible for preparing the feature proteins required for dinner service, ensuring that quality standards are met.
As a senior member of the production team the First Cook will demonstrate effective leadership and will be responsible, along with Culinary leadership, for monitoring daily operations.
Maintaining a safe working environment at all times
Following all safety controls related to Covid including regular handwashing, proper use of PPE and enhanced cleaning / sanitation requirements
Providing excellent and consistent service for all guests using the KDR facilities
Maintaining a clean and organized workstation throughout the shift
Preparing all proteins and entrée items as required by the menu
Preparing other menu items as required
Coordinating with and monitoring other production team members to ensure that quality and contract standards are met
Ensuring that food safety requirements are being followed
Presenting and maintaining menu items in the hot line during dinner service
Completing all HACCP and Production logs as required
Labelling and dating of all products prepared for service as required
Removing all used pots, pans, utensils, etc., to ware washing area
Performing end-of-shift cleaning, sweeping, and mopping of workstation
Completing all weekly and monthly cleaning tasks as scheduled
Removing garbage from workstation as required
Receiving and storing all supplies (food, beverage, chemical and paper / disposable)
Assisting with other tasks as assigned by supervisor
4 6 years kitchen experience
1 3 years as a First Cook
Remote camp experience
Good oral communication skills.
Valid Advanced Food Safety certificate.
Valid First Aid Certification.
Physical Demands :
Lift, carry, push, or pull up to 50 lbs.
Climb ladders or stairs.
Stand, walk, squat, kneel or sit according to task for extended lengths of time.
Perform repetitive hand work requiring full use of both hands.
Work with arms above shoulder height.