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GSA Broadwell LLC Line Cook in Oswego, New York

NY1360062 - Line Cook Broadwell Hospitality Group

Steamers and Alex's on The Water Seeking Line Cooks


The Line Cook is responsible for the daily preparation of food items in the pantry, fry and/or stations or other areas of the kitchen. He/She prepares all items needed for service, from chopping vegetables to making sauces and butchering meat. At times, the Line Cook will be tasked to prepare items for another station, special event, or banquet functions. In addition, the Line Cook cleans kitchen equipment, organizes delivery, trains new cooks and completes a daily inventory. The ideal Line Cook candidate has a high school diploma, six months to one year cooking/baking experience, able to lift/move 50+ pounds, stand for long periods of time, and is willing/able to work a flexible schedule including nights, weekends, and holidays.

The following is a representative list of the duties and responsibilities associated with this position:
Smiles when on-stage.

Sets up station with necessary items to produce menu items per shift checklist.

Requisitions any items needed before end of shift.

Checks banquet and prep sheet for future functions and functions for that night.

Makes Chef/Sous Chef aware of any problems during shift (e.g. eighty sixed items, personnel problems, production problems).

Maintains kitchen in acceptable sanitary condition and cleans all line equipment per posted sidework schedules.

Helps out in any area where needed to ensure smooth operation of department.

Is responsible for special assignments or projects as requested.


Able to bend, kneel, squat, stand, and lift heavy objects as needed

High school diploma or GED / or training/experience combo

Six months to one year cooking experience

Neat, clean, and professional appearance

Pleasant and helpful demeanor


Hotel Employee Discount

Limited Medical Program (optional)


Competitive Wages

Health Insurance

Dental Insurance

Paid Vacations

Sick Leave


To be determined based upon experience



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