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Job Type: Full-time (40 hours per week), Year-round or Seasonal contract
Wage: $16 - $19 per hour
Perks: $200 bonus awarded at end of each month for successful completion of contract, $400 room and board per month available, Northern Tax Allowance (Canada Gov.), staff have opportunities to join one of our premier floatplane tours
Why work for us
Work for the largest and most impressive lodge on the Alaska Highway and Muncho Lake Provincial Park located in the heart of British Columbia’s largest protected area, the Muskwa-Kechika. Our floatplane operation welcomes fishing & tour guests from around the world who come to our lodge to experience the best wilderness gateway in Canada’s North.
About this job
Be an integral part of a premier wilderness lodge dining room operation. The Line-Cook is capable of executing all of our salad, sandwich, grill, char grill, pan and fry items while meeting presentation and timing standards, assists others in the kitchen, and maintains a clean, well-stocked and organized work area.
Maintains up to date knowledge of recipes, procedures and plating for all menu, special and promo items for which he/she is responsible
Works with head chef
Prepares grill/char grill/salad/sandwich/entree items to recipe or special order
Meets timing standards
Coordinates orders with others, assists coworkers as needed
Works cooperatively with front of house staff to respond to guest needs
Ensures his/her areas of responsibility are well stocked and guest ready
Maintains high standards of cleanliness, safety and food safety throughout the shift
As required: stock taking, cleaning, opening and closing tasks; and any other duties designated by the management team or kitchen leader.
Must be able to stand and exert well-paced mobility for up to 6 hours in length.
Ability to lift and carry 0-25 pounds on a regular basis, throughout the shift.
Must be able to push and pull equipment of various sizes and weights (e.g. 25lbs pot of hot water), throughout the shift.
Must be able to kneel, bend, stoop, squat and stretch to fulfill tasks.
Requires grasping, standing, walking, repetitive motions, hearing ability and visual acuity.
Previous experience and/or training as a chef
Presents him/herself professionally, e.g. clean uniform, well groomed
Can handle working in a youthful and energetic environment
Excellent working command of the English language
Canadian citizen / permanent residence or have a valid work visa
Obtain Food Safe BC
Be a Canadian Citizen / Permanent resident or have a valid work visa