Cook- Niagara County

Location: Buffalo, NY

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced


Location: Position available in Sanborn, NY (located in Niagara County)

Come work for a company that has been voted one of New York State's 'Best Places to Work' 8 years in a row!

Horizon Health Services is seeking a full-time cook to prepare meals for the Horizon Village Campus.  Horizon Village Campus is a residential setting in Sanborn, NY. 

The essential duties and responsibilities of this position include: 

  • Production of food items for residents.
  • Prepping items for next day’s meals
  • Appearance, quality and proper portioning of all menu items
  • Maintenance of a clean and safe working environment, and maintains equipment in clean and good working conditions
  • Adherence to temperatures and safe food handling practices
  • Proper record keeping of temperatures, meal counts and production sheets
  • Positive attitude and great customer service when interacting with residents/clients
  • Clear and effectively communication with co-workers and residents
  • Ability to work in a fast paced environment
  • Ability to follow a four week cycle menu

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed in this description are representative of the minimum levels of knowledge, skill, and/ or ability necessary. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities and youths to perform the essential functions.

Education Required: High School Diploma

Experience Required: 2 years cooking experience; a reception style, long-term care setting or similar facility is recommended. Must have a flexible schedule to work 35 hours total each week, available to work shifts range from 7am- 6:30 pm, must have weekend and holiday availability.

Certifications/Licenses: ServSafe is preferred


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