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Dish Machine Operator- Northridge, CA Souplantation

The DMOs' (Dish Machine Operator) jobis one of the most important jobs in the restaurant. You are responsible for making sure thateverything another team member uses and everything that a guest touches isCLEAN, DRY, and SANITARY. No other teammember's job has a wider range of impact than the DMO's job.
Your job includes providing clean, dry,and sanitary dishes, utensils and equipment, also stocking and maintainingstorerooms and walk-ins and performing product preparation work.
JobDuties:
Sort and rinse dirty dishes, glass, tableware and other cooking utensils and place them in racks to send through dish machine.
Sort and stack clean dishes. Carries clean dishes to proper storage areas.
Rewashes soiled dishes before delivering.
Remove trash and garbage to dumpster.
Set up or break down dishwashing area.
Clean and roll/unroll mats.
Fill/empty soak tubs with cleaning/sanitizing solutions.
Sweep/mop floors.
Sweep up trash around exterior of restaurant and garbage dumpster.
General restaurant and restroom cleaning as directed.
Wipe up any spills to ensure kitchen floors remain clean and dry
Must notify Manager anytime dish machine wash or rinse cycle falls below safety standard temperatures.
Never touch clean dishes after touching dirty dishes without washing hands first.
Other duties as directed.
In order to perform the essential functions of the positions at Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes restaurants, employees must be able to walk & stand consistently for up to 8 hours, and lift & carry items weighing up to 30lbs for a minimum of 3 hours each day. Reach, bend, push & pull items for up to 2 hours each day and must be able to use fingers, hands, arms and shoulders repetitively for up to 6 hours each day. For a complete list of the essential functions of each of the positions at Souplantation & Sweet Tomatoes Restaurants, please contact a member of the Human Resources Department.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and EVerify Participant
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