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Job Order #: 5789568

Employer Name:
METIS ADDICTIONS COUNCIL OF SASKATCHEWAN INC.
Wage/Salary Info:
$17.13 - $18.41
Posted Date:
26-Mar-2021
Location:
SASKATOON
 
# of Positions:
1
Employment Terms:
Casual
Length of Employment:
As Needed, Hours 09:15-17:15
Apply By:
09-Apr-2021
How to Apply?:
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Employer Name:
METIS ADDICTIONS COUNCIL OF SASKATCHEWAN INC.

Contact Name:
Emily Bear

Contact Fax:
306-665-0703

Contact Email:
essaskatoon@macsi.ca

Employer Website:
www.macsi.ca



Description

The Mtis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan Inc., better known as MACSI, is a non-profit community based provincial organization that has a long history of serving the people of Saskatchewan for over 50 years. MACSI operates three facilities throughout the province of Saskatchewan with locations in Saskatoon, Prince Albert and Regina.
Responsibilities for the position include the following:
1.Prepare food in accordance to a standardized menu with the flexibility of altering the menu based on inventory
2.Ensure safe food handling practises are being used at all times when operating in the kitchen
3.Ensure the highest quality sanitation and cleanliness standards are being met in the kitchen, refrigeration, storage, and dining areas at all times
4.Portion and serve food to clients within the centre
5.Track food inventory levels and being able to plan ahead for ordering food supplies through an online food delivery service
6.Clean, cut, and cook meat, fish, or poultry
7.Work within a defined food budget and adjust meals to stay in compliance with set limits
8.Communicate and document food service expectations via the kitchen communication book to Addiction Worker staff during the evenings and weekends
9.Food preparation activities such as slicing, chopping, and grating, etc.  
10.Preparation of all lunch and dinner meals throughout the week, including weekends and stat holidays
11.Deliver special dietary restrictions to eligible clients
12.Coordinate and prepare food for special events and activities
13.Prepare a variety of baked goods and pastries for clients throughout the day
14.Ensure that foodservice equipment is working properly and direct any concerns to the appropriate person
15.Provide a warm, home-like, environment for the clients and assist them with any related inquiries they may have
Schedule will accommodate a minimum of one weekend off in three weeks.

 

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