Mercy Medical Center Clinton Food Services Associate in Saint Joseph Mercy Health System Hospital Campus - Pontiac, Michigan
16401_76670 Kitchen Support Services - OA
Expected Weekly Hours:
Job Description Details:
- Performs a variety of related duties in one of the following specifically assigned areas:
Cold Food Preparation
Maintains work area(s) in a clean and orderly condition.
Sets up and/or serves food to customers in accordance with established serving standards.
Performs cashiering duties such as operating cashier equipment, entering appropriate amounts of food items,totaling purchases, collecting and returning appropriate money to customers.
Assembles the sanitized flatware for patient meal delivery.
Assembles patient food trays and nourishments, in accordance with individually prescribed menus.
Prepares and places basic cold food, and in doing so, portions, counts, and weighs food items according to established procedures.
Transports trays to patient care area by use of food carts.
Delivers late food trays to patients as needed.
Maintains proper sanitation standards in assigned work area by cleaning counters, tables equipment and so forth.
Keeps work areas neat and orderly.
Performs other duties as assigned and assists other employees when needed to keep operations running smoothly.
Supports and conducts one's self in a manner consistent with customer service expectations.
High school diploma or GED equivalent preferred.
Ability to read and write required.
Works in assigned area under generally comfortable working conditions with exposure to splashing water, and cleaning agents.
Occasional exposure to extreme working conditions (hot and cold).
Standing 100% of the time.
Ability to lift up to 30 pounds from floor to shoulder level or shoulder to floor.
Ability to push carts containing food trays weighing up to 100 pounds.
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