Where can I find someone with a VALID NYC food Handlers license that's looking for a kitchen assistant job in Manhattan.. I post on Craiglist and got a lot of crappy responses. I need the person to start working ASAP.
The work is not at all difficult,
I have an interview tomorrow for a kitchen assistant job and I know they'll ask 'why do you want this job' but i only want it cause I need a job so what could I answer?
I intend to go to London in August, then I would like to know how difficult is to get a job as a kitchen porter, cleaner, barman, chef, kitchen assistant. This question is for those who actually work in the underlying functions above. Please do not reply if you do not work in this type of employment. Thank You.
I intend to settle in London from the end of August. I want to work as kitchen porter, chef or kitchen assistant in the beginning. Is it easy to get a job as soon as I arrive in town?
I am planning to move to Boston in February with my wife and two children,. I want to know is this a good time to move to Boston, especially to look for job and apartment? I have an associate degree in Culinary Art, look for cook position or chef kitchen assistant. Is there more job opportunitys in this position in Boston.
I live in Denmark, and would like to move to Canada, but first I have to find a job. I'm not skilled, so I was thinking about a job like kitchen assistant. Does anyone know how or where I can find that job through internet? and about living places: does anyone know good sites where I can find cheep apartments fo rent?
Please if you can help then answer back.
I want to start applying for care assistant jobs but I don't know how to tailor my CV to that specific kind of work when I have zero experience. I have been to college to study tourism and I worked at a kitchen/bathroom showroom now I want to do this but dunno how to go about it
Okay im only 16 at the moment and only really have on my CV are work experience as a kitchen assistant and as a classroom assistant and with volunteering at banardos. i know work experience at a solicitors place would be best but what else looks good either volunteering or as a job thanks :)
Its a minimum wage job that I want because I have no job, I dont have any desire for it other than it will pay the bills.
I have done it in the past as a teenager and also a waitress. Im not sure what I can put in a covering letter other than begging for the job, any ideas?
Is it a not so nice job?
I'm looking for suggestions on jobs that don't involve working a lot with other people. It can be any type of job, I want as many ideas as possible. I know all jobs require a least a little interaction with people, but I'm looking for jobs where you can work by yourself a majority of the time, and don't have to interact with customers or the like. Any thoughtful answers are appreciated.
I know there are loads! But I'm not sure what job I would like, so if someone could list down a few jobs possible at a hospital I would be very grateful :) I know nurse, doctor, midwife and stuff - just maybe some things I haven't heard of.
So I wanted to upgrade my resume a bit and two of my previous jobs happen to have been a dishwasher and a concession stand worker. Are there better names for these jobs or am I stuck having with these?
My jobs in between happen to be professional positions so I wanted the resume to kind of flow.
I desperatly need a job so I can start saving up some money for when I move out of my father's house in the next year. The thing is, theres hardly any jobs that want to hire a 17 yr old and my town is quite small. Tips?
I just graduated from high school and I really need a job, preferably a good one. The current economy is making it rather difficult to find a good job, especially for someone with virtually no work experience such as myself. Any suggestions?
I want a job where I can help cook (preparing ingredients, frying but mainly chopping/slicing,etc).
Im just looking for part time during the holidays maybe? Just giving a hand in the kitchen (will avoid washing duties unless it comes with the job as a bonus, although its fine since I do it at home anyways). What are the requirements? I just need to know things like how to cut this and that and how to use the pan properly for specific dishes (mainly thai, I'm thai) and my time limit etc. My friend said she'd talk to her manager where she works (thai restaurant) since they were looking for an assistant for making sauce and chopping vegetables for $13 (nz dollar) an hour. I already cook dishes like green curry, pad thai, spicy pappaya salad, tom yum, panang curry, and other dishes that I don't know what the names are in english lol. Although i know they might not let me put in the ingredients by myself and have a senior cook do it, since i might screw up and for private reasons (special ingredients maybe?). My strong point is chopping vegetables for frying and slow cook, mincing pork, handling meat (bad at cutting up whole chickens though) like cutting up chicken/pork/lamb into suitable pieces and my most favourite, dicing herbs/veges. I know most preparations take place during the morning but I just want to know if these skills are good enough. I can also clean dishes (like every normal teenager) and take VERY good care of my kitchen equipment, ESPECIALLY my personal knives. Can tell if something has gone off most of the time and if the dish is ready to be served/raw/burnt. Anyways they're only looking for an extra helping hand in the kitchen, mostly for frying. I'm not too confident with my frying pan skills and usually need assistance to be able to tell if the food needs more of this or that (if its too spicy or sour etc). I would also appreciate tips on how to strengthen these weak points and how to help remember my recipes a bit better :)
Thanks in advance!
I take peoples orders over the phone and over the counter - they are my main duties. I also collect payment, manage the till, hand people their food (which has already been cooked and packaged by the kitchen staff) varify my sales at the end of the shift and there are 3 of us so i guess work as part of a team... So what would my title be?
Um... i just turned 16 and im not sure if i want to be a team member, a team leader, or a assistant manager at Jack in the box...
So before i make a decision ill regret, i decided to ask you guys what its like?
I mean, what exactly do you do being a assistant manger?
Do you mind giving me information about the different job roles in Mcdonalds with a short information about them? Also would it be ok if you can tell me how motivation works in Mcdonalds, like rewards etc in the business?
thanks very much
I currently work at a corporation run restaurant. I started in the kitchen and within 8 months have learned things that people there years have never learned. I'm the hardest worker and I'll be graduating college in under a year. The assistant general manager and the regional supervisor ABOVE the general manager of the restaurant are both on board with me becoming an assistant manager. However, the general manager of this restaurant is taking his time and is trying to make things seem fair because I've advanced so quickly; even though I deserve it. I've contemplated designing a written paper to my general manager voicing all of the opinions and facts that are surrounding every reason why I should be getting this promotion. Does anyone have any ideas for me? The restaurant is Vinny T's of Boston, if that helps anyone.