Food Services Worker II - Chick-fil-A
Company: The University of Oklahoma
Posted on: June 12, 2021
Required Attachments to be considered for this position are:
Resume and Cover Letter. Failure to attach ALL the required
documents and checking the Relevant box will result in your
application not being sent through to the hiring department.
This position will prepare food following recipes and applying
individual portion control standards. Properly and safely measures,
weighs and combines ingredients for quantity preparation of simple
menu items. Utilizes various kitchen utensils, appliances, and
heavy/industrial equipment in food preparation (ovens, knives,
peelers, dicers, slicers, mixers, industrial dish machines,
recycling, stoves, etc.). Serves food in a courteous and respectful
manner, with proper portion control and knowledge of menu items.
Load, carry, and transport hot or cold food items or containers to
customers, serving lines, or dining tables-safely, efficiently and
timely. Loads and transports food carts to and from designated
floor units. Washes, sanitizes, and stores pots, pans and kitchen
utensils in designated areas. Scrapes dishes and cleans tables,
serving areas. Cleans counters and floors. Follows proper kitchen
standards when cleaning/sanitizing the work area (floors, food
carts, cabinets, tables, kitchen utensils and equipment, dishes,
and tableware, etc.). Assists with special events across the
University and across campuses that may include Presidential
luncheons and dinners, catering needs, student organizational
special requests, and day-to-day events. Assists other food
services staff when necessary and voluntarily as much as possible.
The functions described here are not all-encompassing of those an
employee may encounter while on the job.
- Normally, employees on a 5 hour shift receive a free meal.
Uniforms are provided at no cost, but must be maintained by the
Required Education/Experience: None
- 0-12 months of previous restaurant/customer service experience,
or in a position working with customers, cash registers, or
- Uses tools, such as knives, splicers, potato peelers, etc.
and/or small kitchen equipment in a manner requiring reasonable
proficiency, generally derived from previous training or during the
- Skilled in the safe, sanitary, and effective handling of food,
cooking utensils, food processing equipment, walk-in refrigeration,
elevators, cash registers, dishwashers, time clock, etc.
- Performs addition, subtraction, multiplication, simple
accounting, and division effectively enough to count change, when
necessary, take inventory, serve portions, enter time on a times
- Reads and interprets routine written materials, menus,
instructions and e-mails.
- Communicates effectively, in English, orally and/or in
- Understands and demonstrates Housing and Food Services core
values at all times.
- Basic understanding of nutrition and portion control.
- Understands and applies time and attendance guidelines with
ability to use systems to clock in/out.
- Able to handle varying workloads and meet deadlines as
Advertised Physical Requirements:
Must be 18 years or older. Must submit to a background check.
Must not ever have had a felony conviction for abuse of any kind,
theft, rape, sexual assault, distribution of drugs or other similar
conviction. Perseverance, both physically and mentally, for
fast-paced and demanding responsibilities required. Exposure to
disagreeable conditions such as handling greasy, dirty materials,
walking on slippery floors, walking or riding between buildings on
campus, going in and out of walk-in refrigeration units, etc.
Frequent and repetitive arm and wrist movement. Exposure to
chemicals and noxious odors. Ability to lift objects up to 58 lbs,
and push/pull up to 100 lbs, depending on job assignment. Ability
to stand and/or walk for long periods of time and adapt to a large
kitchen environment with varying temperatures (-8 to 80 degrees
Fahrenheit). Climb stairs, as necessary, and depending on job
assignment, occasionally to frequently. This will be determined by
employee's assignment. As essential personnel you may be required
to work during University closings. Nights and weekends may apply
for any operations especially those operating 24/7.
Supervision: Position receives general supervision from kitchen
supervisor and restaurant manager.
Certifications: Safe Food Handling and Sanitation Certification
will be required upon employment.
Hepatitis A vaccine required at time of hire or testing can be
completed annually at employee's expense.
If you are selected as a final candidate for this position, you
will be subject to The University of Oklahoma Norman Campus
Tuberculosis Testing policy. To view the policy, visit https://hr.ou.edu/Policies-Handbooks/TB-Testing
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