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Commercial Kitchen Service Technician

Job Description

Working with our client, cafe general manager, and corporate facility manager you will be providing comprehensive service solutions for the commercial cooking environment. This will include preventive maintenance, trouble shooting and repairing equipment. You must be able to lift 75 pounds and work with high voltages. While this position requires a person who can take direction from several people, they must be a self-start and organized to plan for efficient days.


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities



  • EPA universal certified

  • Understanding of lockout tagout

  • OSHA 10 certified

  • Able to troubleshoot Commercial kitchen equipment

  • Must be able to pass a Federal background check 



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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