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Kitchen Hand

Niseko, Hokkaido, Japan

Job Type


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  1. Food Preparation: Kitchen hands assist with basic food preparation tasks such as washing, peeling, chopping, and slicing vegetables, fruits, and other ingredients.

  2. Dishwashing: They are responsible for washing dishes, utensils, pots, pans, and other kitchen equipment, either by hand or using commercial dishwashing machines.

  3. Cleaning and Sanitizing: Kitchen hands help maintain cleanliness and sanitation in the kitchen by cleaning countertops, floors, equipment, and storage areas, and ensuring that they meet health and safety standards.

  4. Stocking and Restocking: They assist in stocking and restocking food supplies, ingredients, and kitchen equipment to ensure that everything is readily available for use.

  5. Assisting Chefs/Cooks: Kitchen hands support chefs and cooks by fetching ingredients, utensils, and equipment, and performing other tasks as directed to facilitate food preparation.

  6. Waste Management: They handle food waste and recyclables properly, ensuring they are disposed of or recycled in accordance with waste management protocols and regulations.

  7. Maintaining Kitchen Equipment: Kitchen hands may assist with basic maintenance tasks for kitchen equipment, such as cleaning and greasing machinery or changing dishwasher filters.

  8. Following Health and Safety Procedures: They adhere to health and safety guidelines and regulations, including proper handling of food, equipment, and chemicals, and wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE).

  9. Teamwork: Kitchen hands work closely with chefs, cooks, and other kitchen staff, so they need to be able to communicate effectively and collaborate as part of a team.

  10. Flexibility: They may be required to perform various tasks as needed and adapt to changing priorities and demands in a fast-paced kitchen environment.

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