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Roles and Responsibilities:
  • Reinforcing our values and inspiring the team with his/her exciting vision for the restaurant
  • Responsible for their station’s food preparation while carefully adopting and following recipes
  • A solid grasp of food preparation, cooking temperatures, safe food storage and general food safety regulations
  • Keeping a clean and organized workspace and maintaining a professional, respectful demeanor
  • Liaison with other cooks to ensure smooth and efficient operation of the restaurant
  • Maintains work location clean and follows food safety procedure
  • Ensure proper stocking of food items and fills all necessary paperwork as needed
  • Perform other duties as assigned by chefs
  • 1+ year experience working in a kitchen environment
  • Secondary (high) school graduation certificate
  • Is physically capable of lifting and carrying heavy items and standing for long periods of time
  • Able to work under pressure, produce results, handle numerous tasks at once
  • Team player, able to work in close conditions with several other people
  • Possess an interest in food preparation and working in customer service
  • Knowledge and understanding of health and safety regulations
  • Able to work flexible shifts including evenings and weekend
Working Condition:
  • Some work activities will require overtime, evening, night and weekend
Job Location:
The Fry
1133 Dundas Street East, Suite 6
Mississauga, ON  L4Y 2C3
Position Type:
Permanent, Full-Time, 30 ~ 40 hours/week
Salary $14.00 ~ $16.00 (CAD) per hour
We thank you for your interest; however, please take note that we will be contacting only those candidates that have been selected for the next steps.
Please submit your resume
by email to
Job Title Cook
Date Posted 2019-Jan-03
Expiry Date 2019-Jul-03
Ad ID:16281
Post Details
Posted By The Fry
City or Province Mississauga
Location Ontario
Job Type Full-time
Classification Food Services