Dietary Aide/Server PT
|Employment Type:||Part Time|
|Description:||Norwood Crossing is seeking a team-oriented Dietary Aide to join our team. We are nestled in a historic district called Norwood Park on Chicago’s North side. We are 117 year old organization that is in the initial stages of building the most resident and employee focused, state-of the-art facility in the area.|
We provide high quality care through individualized service plans; extensive activities programming that promotes socialization and an exceptional dining program. To accomplish this, each staff member must always deliver the highest level of customer service and team work.
Come work where tradition is rich and your hard work will be appreciated.
|Duties:||Duties include but are not limited to:|
•Work on the tray lines to assure accuracy and quality.
•Review menus and have all items needed assigned to a station to prepare for service.
•Ensure proper set-up and break down of the line.
•Check the trays for accuracy based upon diet ordered and resident's preferences.
•Monitor the serving temperatures of food on the line.
•Work in the dish machine area and continually monitor operating temperature/sanitizer levels of machine. •Update resident specials and bulk feeding sheets as necessary.
•Work closely with the Clinical Dietitian and Production Manager to ensure maximum food quality.
•Serve food to residents in a restuarant-like environment.
•Ensure proper food serving temperatures on line.
•Monitor appearance and texture of foods served.
•Monitor proper functioning of equipment necessary to provide quality food and services.
•Monitor and report problems with menu to supervisor.
•Orient and train employees.
•Demonstrate procedures and use of equipment.
|Qualifications:||•High School diploma or equivalent.|
•Able to read, write, speak and understand English.
•Ability to make independent decisions, follow instructions and to accept constructive criticism.
•Ability to deal tactfully with personnel, residents, family members visitors, government agencies/personnel and the general public.
•Leadership ability and willingness to work harmoniously with other personnel.
•Patience, tact, cheerful disposition and enthusiasm.
•Willing to handle residents based on the maturity level at which they are currently functioning.