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Thunder Mountain Enterprises Cook in Fort Huachuca, Arizona

This job was posted by https://www.azjobconnection.gov : For more information, please see: https://www.azjobconnection.gov/ada/r/jobs/3960780 *COOK I**The responsibilities of the Cook I are, but are not limited to, the following:** Must be properly attired to include a hairnet/hat, uniform, neat and clean, name tag, time card, proper foot wear(no canvas-top shoes), and fingernails are to be kept short and clean.* No jewelry (to include watch) will be worn at any time during your shift except for a plain band ring or medical ID tag.* You will be subject to inspection at any time during your shift.* Begin work at the scheduled time.* Lift and carry up to 50 pounds.* Some bending and stooping.* Be able to prepare a variety of foods, both in small and large quantities.* Responsible for maintaining the work area in a neat and orderly manner. * Ensuring clean as you go procedures are utilized and maintaining proper sanitation and food safety.* Responsible for proper food temperatures being reached and maintain in the accordance with TB-MED 530 and SAFE-SERVE policies.* Ensure that the meal is prepared (using a recipe card) at the time and in the quantity set forth on the production schedule.* Ensure food is prepared in a progressive cooking method as per TB-MED 530 &AR 30-2.* Ensure that proper food safety standards, security standards, personnel safety and energy conservation are being maintained at all times during the shift.* Advise management immediately if any equipment malfunction or a safety hazard is observed.* Responsible for proper cleaning of all equipment utilized in the production of the meal (cleaned on a clean as you go basis).* Responsible for the proper storage, labeling and utilization of leftovers as per the TB-MED 530.* Responsible for timely re-supply of the line items while serving the meal.* In addition to the above mentioned specific tasks, the Cook I will perform such other duties as may be assigned by management, providing such duties are not illegal or immoral.

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