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At Casino New Brunswick, you'll find an atmosphere that is a unique mix of friendliness and excitement in a modern entertainment complex, built specifically with comfort and enjoyment in mind. Our employees are inviting, friendly and help convey a sense of fun that's unique to the Maritimes.
Spanning 24,000 square feet, our Vegas-style casino is a hotbed of excitement. Our facility includes a multi-purpose Entertainment and Convention Centre, as well as a full-service Hotel and Spa. Every job at Casino New Brunswick is important to the success of our business. General Description of Job
Under the direction of the Culinary Management team, the Buffet Runner (3rd Cook)
is responsible for serving and replenishing a multitude of hot and cold menu items that are featured within the menus of the Casino New Brunswick Lighthouse Buffet. 3rd cooks organize, assemble and garnish hot and cold food, in order for it to be served to customers. They perform cleaning duties and participate in some caring for kitchen equipment, tools and machinery. They possess the knowledge and skills to work efficiently and quickly. The position offers an opportunity to learn more about cooking and about working in this sector.Working Conditions
•This position may require lifting weight of up to approximately 50 lbs. repeatedly over an 8 hour period - Use of proper lifting, bending, pushing and pulling techniques are a must •One to six months on the job learning is necessary to fully understand the business, procedures, products, and all areas of responsibility and functions of this position •The incumbent is exposed to constant noise and cleaning/ chemical substances used in the workplace •Typical stressful conditions involved in this position include working with demanding guests Knowledge and Skills Required
•Must be 19 years of age or older •It is preferred that the incumbent have a minimum of 1-3 year's ongoing experience in a 3rd cook position with practical hands on knowledge and experience of medium to large size foodservice operations. Specific Casino food and beverage operational experience would be an asset with an understanding of buffet food preparation and presentation procedures •Work within a 24/7 operation with ability to work flexible hours when required (days, evening, nights, weekends and holidays) - The incumbent will need to be flexible in altering shift work to meet event and operational demands •Willing to submit to a criminal record check with results acceptable to our organization, standards and position, and/or obtain and maintain an NBLGC license registration •Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are required in order to promote maintain and deliver impeccable service standards at all times when dealing with the public •Working effectively to accomplish organizational goals; taking action that respects the needs and contributions of others, contributing to and supporting consensus •Expressing ideas and listening effectively, both verbally and non-verbally, to achieve understanding. Sharing information; giving feedback •Self-starting; seeking out and/or willingly accepting assignments, responsibilities and challenges •Respecting diversity for the benefits of individual employees, the organization and the community as a whole •Demonstrating integrity in all decisions, communication and actions; modeling the values of the organization in the conduct of all business activities •Keeping abreast of current development, organizational policies, and trends in the area of expertise •Bilingualism is an asset •Must have employment eligibility in Canada Casino New Brunswick offers a competitive wage structure, comprehensive health benefits, paid personal time off days, an employee assistance program and various corporate discounts for qualifying part-time and full-time team members. Finalist of the 2018 Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce Inclusive Hiring Award and Healthy Workplace Award.We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.
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