Dining Service Specialist - Baker 7321
Hospitality - CPH
Full Time-Benefit Eligible | Grade
40 hrs per wk, 36 wks per yr
The Dining Service Specialist/Baker is responsible for the daily preparation of baked items for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Duties include preparing baked goods for functions, daily desserts for all units, and weekly items based on a production list. The Specialist/Baker will communicate with the Lead Baker regarding production, special orders or any other business as it relates to the bakery. The Specialist/Baker will also clean as they go, which may include lifting and washing pans, when dishwasher is not available.
High school diploma or equivalent and minimum two years baking experience required (2 year degree in Culinary Arts or Dining Service Administration preferred). Ability to operate basic and industrial kitchen tools, and lift up to 50 lbs. Must be able to read, write and understand written and verbal instructions. Candidates should be safety conscious and able to work with a diverse group of individuals.
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