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cafeteria worker

  • Preparing and serving food items to students and or school personnel.
  • Maintains equipment, storage, food preparation and serving areas in a sanitary condition for the purpose of complying with current health standards. 
  • Accepted payment from customers and made change as necessary
  • cleaned and maintained beverage area, display cases, equipment and order transaction area
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cafeteria worker

  • Cooked food per recipe requirements in large batches for routine school breakfasts, lunches, and special events.
  • Served food according to temperature, safety, and presentation guidelines.
  • Followed all proper handling procedures for prepared foods, ingredients, and leftovers.
  • Operated cash register, managed money, and gave correct change.
  • Assisted cooks and kitchen staffs with various tasks as needed, and provided cooks with needed items. 
  • Kept records of the quantities of food used. 
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cafeteria worker

  • Stocking the drink machines
  •  Stocking the chip bags
  •  Taking out the trash
  • Sanitizing the tables for the patients
  • sweeping the floors 
  • Clean and organize the cafeteria 
  • Assist in the organization and storage of food, supplies and equipment
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cafeteria worker

  • Served hot and cold meals to students.
  • Performed serving, cleaning, and stocking duties in order to facilitate customer service.
  • Maintained adequate supplies of items such as, silverware, glassware, dishes, and trays.
  • Removed used dishes and assist in cleaning of counters, tables, and furnishing in the cafeteria 
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cafeteria worker

  • My job objectives were: cashier, deli worker, serving, salads area (dicing fruits and vegetables), and 
  • Customer service work. 
  • Dealt primarily with large catering groups and rush hours. 
  • Restocked condiments, beverages, and utensils per expected use levels. 
  • Stored food in designated containers and storage areas to prevent spoilage or cross-contamination.