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HARD ROCK INTERNATIONAL JOB DESCRIPTION: HEART OF HOUSE
AUTHENTIC EXPERIENCES THAT ROCK
HARD ROCK INTERNATIONAL
1-JAN-2016
LOCATION:
Hard Rock Cafe
POSITION TITLE:
Heart of House
REPORTS TO:
Department Manager and/or General Manager
DIRECT REPORTS:
None
DATE CREATED:
2/3/2016
FLSA STATUS:
Hourly - Overtime Non-Exempt
POSITION SUMMARY
Even though you may not come into direct contact with guests, your responsibilities are key to the Cafeβ s success. At Hard Rock, you will be considered an all-around culinary employee and will learn the following positions:
‚ Dishwasher
‚ Prep Cook
‚ Line Cook
‚ Receiver
‚ Inside/Outside Expo
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
‚ Receiving and ordering product.
‚ Making prep recipes and menu products to spec.
‚ Properly labeling, dating, covering and refrigerating prepped items for the line.
‚ Performing opening, closing & side duties β setting up, stocking, and breaking down all kitchen equipment and prep, line, expo stations.
‚ Maintaining a clean and organized kitchen, line, expo, dish room and back dock.
‚ Cleaning dishes and operating a dish machine.
‚ Practicing safety and sanitation standards.
‚ Having a sense of urgency.
‚ Stocking products.
‚ Recycling products.
‚ Properly reading items printed on order tickets or automated Kitchen Display System.
‚ Assembling orders - double checking product quality and specs.
‚ Demonstrating impeccable product knowledge.
‚ Involved in handling all re-cook, special prep, long ticket, large party/voucher group procedures.
‚ Running food as needed.
‚ Communicating professionally with co-workers and Front-of-the-House staff.
‚ Acting as a liaison between the Heart-of-the-House and Front-of-the-House staff.
This job description reflects the positionβ s essential functions; it does not encompass all of the tasks that may be assigned.
HARD ROCK INTERNATIONAL JOB DESCRIPTION: HEART OF HOUSE
AUTHENTIC EXPERIENCES THAT ROCK
HARD ROCK INTERNATIONAL
1-JAN-2016
REQUIREMENTS
EXPERIENCE, EDUCATION, AND CERTIFICATIONS
‚ High School diploma or GED equivalent.
‚ In some U.S. States, a food safety certification program is required to be completed before being able to serve food or alcohol, which may include a food handlers card (i.e., California law requires this).
SKILLS
‚ Remaining calm in a hectic, fast-paced atmosphere.
‚ Demonstrating a high level of organization, attention-to-detail and a sense-of-urgency.
‚ Displaying a positive and outwardly friendly attitude toward guests and co-workers.
‚ Maintaining HRCβ s 5 core Values and Mission Statement.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS
‚ Ability to move throughout the corporate office and cafes during visits (standing, walking, kneeling, bending) for extended periods of time.
‚ Ability to sit for extended periods of time.
‚ Ability to make repeating movements of the arms, hands, and wrists.
‚ Ability to express or exchange ideas verbally and perceive sound by ear.
‚ Manual dexterity, hand-eye coordination, and ability to work with hand above shoulders.
‚ Ability to occasionally, regularly, frequently move objects (lift, push, pull, balance, carry) up to 10 pounds.
‚ Ability to turn or twist body parts in a circular motion.
‚ Ability to tolerate exposure to heat, cold, chemicals, and loud/noisy environment.
‚ Ability to travel via auto or airplane for long periods of time.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
‚ Must be at least 19 years old.
‚ In some U.S. states, a legal minimum age is required to serve food & alcohol (i.e., Nevada is 21 years old) β check with the person interviewing you to ensure you meet these requirements.
‚ Maintaining a well-groomed appearance (β having a planβ ).
‚ Following all uniform guidelines.
‚ Practicing all general safety & sanitation standards.
‚ Recycling products, where possible.
GENERAL SIGN OFF
The employee is expected to adhere to all company policies and to act as a role model.
I have read and understand this job description.
Signature:_____________________________________ Date
Requisition Number: 2016-2065
# of Openings: 11


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