Main Purpose of the Job:
Our kitchens are an opportunity to showcase your current cooking skills and learn some new ones. We don’t believe in segregating our line cooks to a single station; it’s important that everyone learns every part of our back of house operations so that we can support each other and ensure that when the opportunity comes for growth, you’re ready to take advantage.
This line cook position reports to the Kitchen Manager and/or General Manager.
Duties and Responsibilities:
● Prepare fresh ingredients, unique Cabeza Grande recipes and send out only top-quality dishes
● Maintain dishpit area when needed
● Learn various stations including but not limited to: cold/fry, flat top, plating, prep/line set-up
● Maintain a safe, sanitary and clean work environment at all times ● Gain experience in the business side of cooking, learning about inventory control, receiving and time management
● Work with the team to execute large volumes of orders
● Communicate clearly, calmly and often
● A passion for cooking – previous experience in a fast-paced environment preferred
● Willingness to learn and expand your knowledge as well as grow as an individual
● Dedication to learning a unique menu with most items made in-house from scratch
● Ability to communicate effectively
● A strong understanding of health and safety regulations and a commitment to keep your area maintained
● A drive to find solutions rather than point out problems
● Ability to work evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays as required ● Capable of lifting a reasonable abouts of weight, several times per shift
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● Strength Guidelines
Line cooks must be able to lift reasonable amounts of weight, upwards of 50lbs., several times per shift.
● Motion Parameters
Ability to stand for prolonged periods of time, tolerating extreme heat and work in a fast-paced environment.
Repetitive motion in prep and execution of Cabeza Grande menu.
● Psychological Demands
Ability to make quick and clear decisions, prioritizing tasks throughout every shift.
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