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Looking for a new opportunity or a chance to grow your career - come join Cornell Dining and help us nourish our future!
Cornell Dining is a Top 10 Nationally Ranked Dining program, which prides itself on serving high quality, ethnically diverse cuisine with a dedicated focus on safety. We have a passion for our people and have developed the best strategies in order to keep our staff safe and as healthy as possible.
As students are anticipated to return to campus this fall, Cornell Dining is looking for service oriented, positive, inspired, and ready-to-learn individuals - no experience necessary!
In this position you will have the opportunity to gain valuable work experience and learn how to:
Prepare and present food items for a diverse customer audience in a safe manner.
Maintain food standards and health codes.
Provide excellent customer service to guests.
Operate point-of-sale retail systems.
Wash, organize and stock all key items.
Ensure unit cleanliness and standards are upheld.
All positions are currently anticipated as part-time casual, non-benefits eligible. Hours and schedules are flexible and can include nights and weekends.
Starting wage is $13.50 per hour.
Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills essential.
Basic reading and English speaking skills.
Demonstrated ability to be a team player, juggle multiple priorities, and work in a fast-paced environment.
Ability to stand for long periods and perform various motor skills such as lifting (30+ lbs.), reaching, bending, twisting, pushing, squatting and grasping as needed.
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