Hiring a hot food cook
- Completion of high school is required.
- Several years (2~3 years) of commercial cooking experience or completion of college or other program in cooking is required.
- Ability to prepare traditional & fusion Japanese hot food menu including teriyaki, tempura, udon and etc. is a definite asset.
- Plan, cook and complete Japanese hot food dishes; manage inventory & kitchen operation; keep clean kitchen; determine size of food portions, estimate food requirements and cost; supervise and train helpers in culinary preparation techniques used.
Wage & Benefits:
$23.00 per hour, 4% vacation fee of gross salary or 10 days paid vacation, gratuities and free meals
37.5 hours per week (permanent & full-time position)
Send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Kai Japanese Restaurant (Kai Japanese Restaurant Ltd.)
#160-863 Village Dr., Port Coquitlam, BC, V3B 0G9
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