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OMJ Job Number/Reference Code: 3441792

Desired Skills/Duties: Division: Position: Probation: Corrections Part Time Cook One (1) Year Education: High School Graduate or GED Course work in culinary arts preferred but not mandatory ,, Experience: Training and/or experience in food prep in a restaurant or institutional setting Training and/or experience in weights and measures as they apply to food serv1ce Qualifications: An essential element of this position is that the employee has regular and predictable attendance Completion of training and work experience, which indicates possession of the skills, knowledge and abilities, listed below: Previous position held in which the handling and preparation of food was primary or secondary responsibility Previous training and/or employment in which the requirements set forth ion the experience section above has been met Responsibilities: Be on duty in the prescribed uniform, and be mentally, emotionally, and physically prepared to perform all required duties Maintain a clean and professional appearance while on duty Complete and distribute all reports or necessary paperwork before the end of shift Maintain sensitivity and provide equality to all races, religions, sexes, and culture groups that work in the kitchen Establish and maintain positive, effective working relations with co-workers, and supervisors Be capable oflifting items weighing up to (20) twenty pounds Be physically fit to withstand the rigors of standing for extended periods Follow and enforce all policies and procedures of the Food Service and Allen County Sheriffs Office Any other related duties as assigned by the Head Cook, Jail Administrator, or the Sheriff Removal can be with or without fault to the jobholder or the agency. Economic conditions that cause reductions in work force, the member's ability to attend regularly to work, chronic illness, and a failure to perform competently on any of the critical tasks of the position, or consistent failure to perform competently on regular tasks are the major reasons for job removal without fault. Failure to support the agency type mission, uphold the oath of office, behave in a manner that supports our Professional Code of Ethics, continually comply with preconditions for original employment, or to display due regard for the civil liberties of any persons will lead to removal with or With out fault. In addition, accruing atypical amounts of dysfunctional work time or requiring atypical amounts of supervisory counseling or remedial training will lead to removal with or without fault. - Posted by OMJ - Allen County

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