We’re searching for a dedicated Food Preparation Worker to help our kitchen team prepare food. Washing, peeling, slicing, trimming, chopping, grating fruits and vegetables, and measuring, weighing, and combining a variety of materials are all responsibilities of the Food Preparation Worker. The Food Preparation Worker will chop, slice, and grind a variety of meats. You’ll make sure the components are processed and circulated appropriately. You’ll ensure that the ingredients are correctly processed and rotated to maintain freshness and stock levels at all times. You’ll collaborate with the culinary staff to guarantee client loyalty and retention. To be effective in this job, you must follow production rules, use uniform recipes, and be a team player and work well with others. Candidates who are enthusiastic, agile, and have stamina would be preferred. To be successful in this position, you must have a thorough grasp of food safety and sanitation best practices, as well as the capacity to follow those rules without supervision. You should also work fast without sacrificing quality and keep a positive attitude in harsh conditions. Food Preparation Worker Duties & Responsibilities: Working well with the culinary staff and according to corporate regulations and procedures regarding food safety. Preparing workstation with essential ingredients and equipment, and keeping station sanitary and organized throughout the shift. Preparing ingredients following recipes and guidelines. Steaming vegetables and other primary cooking responsibilities. Ensure that ingredients are appropriately marked, date-labeled, covered, stored, and rotated. Overseeing food levels and restocking items on time. Keeping utensils and equipment clean and sanitary. At the end of each shift, establish stock levels and record data on standardized stock sheets. Removing trash and clearing storage bins. Food Preparation Worker Requirements: 2+ years of kitchen production experience. Excellent understanding of food preparation fundamentals. Ability to follow recipes. Food allergies and food-borne diseases are well-understood. Basic mathematical skills. Proficient knife handling skills. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Working shifts, public holidays, and weekends are all options.