Posted on Jul. 26, 2017
Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Life Insurance, Vision Insurance, Disability Insurance, 401k / Retirement Plan
Westminster Woods on Julington Creek has an immediate opening for a part time Kitchen Utility Worker Dishwasher.
The kitchen utility worker performs a variety of duties including pot and pan washing, dish washing, trash removal, deep cleaning of surfaces and equipment, use of chemicals, recycling and food transportation.
ESSENTIAL POSITION FUNCTIONS:
1) Maintain cleanliness of all dishes, glassware, flatware and cooking pots & pans. Assist cooks with pot washing.
2) Maintain cleanliness and sanitation of all kitchen stations and surfaces including trash removal.
3) Maintain temperature and sanitation logs to comply with established standards, procedures, guidelines and regulations.
4) Restock shelves for meal service of all wares.
5) Assist with stocking shelves at the inventory room and assist with unloading delivery trucks as needed.
6) Assist with other kitchen duties as assigned by the supervisor.
All full-time positions come with the following benefits:
· Medical – company pays a portion of premium and provides employer paid hospital indemnity plan
· Voluntary Dental
· Voluntary Vision
· Basic Life 2 times annual salary – premium paid by company
· Long Term Disability – premium paid by company
· Voluntary Short Term Disability
· Health Reimbursement Plan
· Flexible Spending Plans-medical & dependent care
· Voluntary Life for employee, spouse & child(ren)
· Voluntary Group Accident
· Voluntary Critical Illness
· 403(b) Retirement Plan – no company match but the company does contribute to a Profit Sharing Plan
· Paid Time Off
· Employee Scholarship Program
About Westminster Woods:
Our mission is to serve people — residents, employees and our neighbors in the greater community. As a faith-based, not-for-profit organization, our sole purpose is to serve older adults, by providing beautiful and quality environments to enhance lifestyles at every level of independence.
The Westminster Communities of Florida story starts in 1954, with the First Presbyterian Church of Bradenton chartering Westminster Manor, and quickly moves to Central Florida with communities in Winter Park and Orlando. Today, we’re happy to serve more than 6,500 residents in 18 communities throughout the state, offering active, independent living, assisted living and nursing care in our nine Continuing Care Retirement Communities, as well as affordable communities for low-income seniors.
EOE, DFWP - "We honor those who have served."
Education requirementsEducation: High School Diploma or Equivalent desirable or eligibility to attain equivalent (Students working towards a High School Diploma are eligible for this position)
Ability to read, write and speak the English language and understand and follow written and oral directions.
Florida SafeStaff certification required or ability to obtain certification within 90 days of date of hire.
Experience requirements6 months or more experience in a high volume dining environment.
Understanding of basic sanitation practices including use of cleaning chemicals and personal protective equipment.