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Dietary Assistant with dishwashing duties

Company Name:
Edgebrook Care Center
DESCRIPTION :
Dietary Assistant with dishwashing duties
As a Dietary Assistant with dishwashing duties you will be responsible for serving nutritious, appealing and appetizing meals in an attractive environment.
Additional responsibilities of the Dietary Assistant with dishwashing duties include:
Assisting with preparing menu items, snacks, and supplements following physician's orders, standards and regulations.
Cleaning duties assigned in the dining area and in the kitchen/work area.
Observing and documenting nutritional care as assigned.
Operating dishwashing and kitchen equipment.
Following infection control procedures and OSHA and CDC guidelines that apply to bloodborne pathogens while serving food, assisting residents and cleaning.
Washing, drying and restocking dishes, and pots and pans.
QUALIFICATIONS :
Dietary Assistant with dishwashing duties
To qualify for the Dietary Assistant with dishwashing duties, you must have effective communication skills and be able to work with individuals of all ages.
Additional requirements of the Dietary Assistant with dishwashing duties include:
Ability to comprehend and measure certain quantities.
Basic ability to communicate and comprehend.
CONTACT INFORMATION:
Call Melissa Sichting - Director of Dietary
msichtin@
If you need assistance to complete this application or during the interview process such as sign language interpreters, readers or other accommodations, please contact the person listed.
Position: Dietary Assistant with dishwashing duties
City: Eureka
State: MT
Location: Good Samaritan Society - Mountain View Manor
Posted: Aug-29-2014
Available Positions: 1
Job Type(s): Part Time
Shift(s): Varies
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