Trinity Health Nutritional Service Aide (Part Time) in Syracuse, New York
Employment Type:Part timeShift:Day Shift
Description:New Hire $500 Sign on Bonus: $250 after three months another $250 after six months employmentPOSITION PURPOSE
Under the direction of the Nutritional Services Kitchen Coordinator, the Nutritional Services
Aide – Tray Assembly assists in preparation and set-up of meals and services to patients,
visitors and guests, assumes responsibility for cleaning and sanitation as related to specific
assignment area, maintains records and related paperwork as required for job assignment and
maintains a polite and courteous attitude in meeting the needs of our service group.
Demonstrates ability to prepare food work stations and subsequent assembly of patient
trays and nourishments
Ensures that work stations are cleaned and sanitized during and at the conclusion of shift,
following established policies and guidelines
Adheres to infection control and food handling procedures as outlined in department standards
Recognizes the importance of proper food handling temperatures; ensures that temperatures are
Demonstrates ability to safely operate equipment related to position; reports maintenance
needs and malfunctions to Coordinators
Recognizes the importance of good attendance and promptness and strives to minimize
absences and tardiness
Exhibits a commitment to teamwork and a positive attitude when change is needed
Willingly accepts job assignments and changes in routines as necessary for efficient operation
of the department
High school diploma or GED. Previous food service experience preferred
Strong interpersonal skills
PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS
Medium work. Requires continual and repetitive motions including lifting, bending.
stooping and twisting. Prolonged walking and standing.
Work hours will vary.
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