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Cook - late shift

Job Description

We are seeking a few cooks - to work the Late Shift  (7:00pm to 3:00am) over the next few months. 


You will assist in the preparation, cooking, and presentation of meals in our professional kitchen.


This is a temporary position to start, but there is a possibility for this to move into a full-time position. 


Responsibilities:



  • Prepare all served food

  • Plan food production to coordinate with meal serving hours

  • Memorize, record, and comprehend menu items, abbreviations, plate appearance, and portions

  • Follow standard recipes and special diet orders 

  • Operate standard kitchen equipment safely and efficiently

  • Adhere to all sanitation and food production codes

  • Clean and maintain kitchen equipment, utensils, and appliances


Qualifications:



  • Previous experience in cooking, culinary arts, or other related fields

  • Knowledge of kitchen equipment and cooking techniques

  • Strong attention to detail

  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment

  • Ability to work well in teams



Company Description
Comprising a family of respected and award-winning companies, M Culinary Concepts delivers exceptional dining experiences to clients and guests at all levels of hospitality service. M Culinary Concepts provides a wide range of hospitality services including full-service, limited-service and delivery catering, as well as large-scale spectator event food & beverage management, restaurant management, corporate dining services, and comprehensive hospitality consulting. From intimate gatherings at private homes to spectator events on the national stage (including Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction and the Waste Management Phoenix Open), M Culinary Concepts exceeds the highest expectations of our clients and attendees.
M Culinary Concepts is thriving...and growing! From Sous Chefs to Banquet Servers and Bartenders, we always are searching for enthusiastic, hard-working, motivated individuals to join our team of talented professionals.



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