Clean driving record, able to lift 50lb, detailed oriented, safe driving, personable, reliable, communication, cleanliness, respectful of clients.
Cleanliness, proper sanitation procedures, able to lift 50lb, on time, organized.
Able to execute recipes and cooking procedures, cleanliness, able to lift 50lb, timeliness, organized
Supervises kitchen duties by managing the pantry, inventory, controlling how food is stored and prepared and supervising how the customers are serviced. Successful Kitchen Managers guide a restaurant's kitchen staff to deliver quality, timely food and ensure that all customers are satisfied.
Shipping and receiving
Workers are responsible for keeping records of all products shipped and received in a company. They pack the goods in shipping containers, develop mailing labels and shipping documents and ensure that all orders have been filled correctly. ... Performing unpacking of shipment deliveries.
Measure ingredients and seasonings to be used in cooking. Prepare cooking ingredients by washing and chopping vegetables, cutting meat, and other meal prep. ... Undertake basic cooking duties, such as reducing sauces and parboiling food. Prepare simple dishes, such as salads and entrees.
Responsible for the successful management of a restaurant's kitchen. Their duties include designing menus, managing restaurant staff and organizing financial budgets.
Directs food preparation and collaborates with executive chef. Helps in the design of food and drink menu. ... Assists with menu planning, inventory, and management of supplies. Ensures that food is top quality, and that kitchen is in good condition.
Conducts sales out in the field via face-to-face interactions with both potential and existing customers. They are responsible for offering the best possible customer experience as well as providing hands-on explanations of any new or updated products when necessary.
Responsible for recruiting, screening, interviewing and placing workers. They may also handle employee relations, payroll, benefits, and training. Human resources managers plan, direct and coordinate the administrative functions of an organization.
Bookkeepers oversee a company’s financial data and compliance by maintaining accurate books on accounts payable and receivable, payroll, and daily financial entries and reconciliations. They perform daily accounting tasks such as monthly financial reporting, general ledger entries, and record payments and adjustments.
Office assistants perform administrative and routine clerical tasks. Their responsibilities may include organizing and managing files, acting as receptionists, scheduling meetings and appointments, and supporting other staff with organizational tasks.
Public relations specialists build and maintain a positive public image for a company or organization. ... They create media, from press releases to social media messages, that shape public opinion of the company or organization and increase awareness of its brand.
Service technicians, also referred to as field service technicians, are responsible for providing different services, depending on their area of expertise, and diagnosing problems and making repairs. ... Service technicians may work on appliances, automobiles, computers and many other things.
An Executive Assistant, or Executive Administrator, is responsible for managing the schedules and communications of key company executives. Their duties include prioritizing emails and phone calls, gathering documents to prepare for meetings and coordinating travel arrangements.