Assistant Cook - Shipboard Employment
Live and work on the seas with Norwegian Cruise Line-Pride of America!
We would like to invite you to one of our upcoming Employment Interview & Information Presentations. Join us to embark on a lifestyle changing career.
Wednesday, August 14th. 2019
Springhill Suites Downtown at UAB
2024 4th Avenue S, Birmingham, AL, 35233
The Presentations will begin at: 9am & 2pm (pick one)
Interviews will immediately follow. Registration starts 30 min prior to the event.
We are currently searching for Assistant Cooks based onboard our ship on the seas of Hawai'i.
The Assistant Cook is responsible for delivering products of the highest quality in terms of freshness, taste, and consistency, with strict adherence to USPH/FDA guidelines. Assistant Cooks are responsible for batch, a la minute, and line cooking techniques. He/she reports directly to the Sous Chef. The Assistant Cook is responsible for following all standardized recipes and notifying the Sous Chef or Cook of any shortages or discrepancies in products or ingredients. The Assistant Cook is responsible for keeping their immediate work area clean at all times.
In order to consistently exceed guest expectations and provide the highest levels of product and services, additional duties and responsibilities may be assigned as needed.
Ensures all food is prepared fresh and is of the highest quality
Strictly adheres to all recipes, methods and instructions from supervisor
Reports to work on-time and in a clean uniform
Maintains an organized and efficient flow of production, with regards to changes in forecasts and menus
Responsible for mise-en-place, and food service for station
Consistently checks temperatures in foods and follows proper procedures in regards to chilling, re-heating, and holding food.
Reports waste to supervisors on a daily basis
Checks station upon arrival to determine status of outstanding safety, or equipment issues
Checks station prior to leaving to ensure cleanliness, proper disposal/removal of food, and proper storing and labeling
Maintains USPH/FDA standards for station
IMPORTANT REQUIREMENT FOR ALL
- Have a positive hospitality attitude and a smiling face
- You must be legally authorized to work in the U.S. and
qualify for a U.S. Coast Guard Merchant
Mariner Credential (MMC). In order to qualify for an MMC you must:
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Be a US Citizen or Permanent Resident Alien
- Pass Physical Exam/Drug Screen
- Have a Clear Background