A food service worker is responsible for providing palatable, nourishing food to Sullivan County Health Care residents, employees, guests and the Department of Corrections in accordance with established policies and procedures; uses and monitors methods of food handling, preparation, meal service and equipment cleaning; for the cleaning and sanitizing of the kitchen and work area, kitchen equipment and dishware.
Put dishes, trays, cups and silverware through the dish machine; wash dishes, trays, pots and pans; put all washed goods away in designated locations; check and record dish machine temperatures during each dishwashing period; report low temperatures to supervisors; check and record sanitation PPM during each potwashing period.
Prepare residents meals; read menus and tally sheets, prepare sandwiches, salads, desserts, breads and fruits. Present and plate all food listed on resident meal tickets using proper serving utensils and in an appealing manner; brew coffee and prepares other beverages; check and record food temperatures to ensure that established temperature goals are met and maintained throughout meal service.
Deliver food trucks, coffee carts and bussing carts to stations and units; collects food trucks, bussing carts and coffee carts from each station and brings them to the dishroom for cleaning.
Serve meals and take payment in staff dining room; check and record food temperatures; clean staff dining room tables and chairs; restock and set up area for next day’s service;
Fill sugar bowls, salt and pepper shakers and condiment in the resident dining room; clean dining room tables and chairs; set up tables for service; present and plate food listed on resident meal ticket using proper utensils and in an appealing manner, check and record food temperatures; records meal percentages for the residents dining in the resident dining room for lunch.
Clean and sanitize unit kitchenettes, all kitchen service areas, storage areas, dining rooms and refrigerators; record completion of duties on cleaning forms.
Restock storage areas, rotating stock as needed; transport food and non-food supplies to kitchen and unit kitchenettes storage areas; receive groceries and stores them properly to be used as needed.