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Hilton Melbourne Rialto Park - Line Cook

A great opportunity to join HP Hotel Management, a growing national hotel development, and management company currently ranked in the top 50 hotel management companies in the nation.  HP Hotel Management is seeking a Line Cook to join our team at the Hilton Melbourne Rialto Place hotel.

The Hilton Melbourne Rialto Place features an outdoor pool, on-site restaurant, rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and free Wi-Fi. This pet-friendly hotel has 237 rooms on eight floors, all non-smoking. Each room has floor-to-ceiling windows, a large work desk with an ergonomic leather chair, coffeemaker, hairdryer, free wireless high speed internet access, a clock radio with mp3 connection, and a 37-inch flat-panel HDTV. Guests can get an enjoyable workout in the hotel's outdoor pool, fitness room or tennis and basketball courts. An on-site restaurant serves New Orleans-style cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. The Hilton is one mile from downtown Melbourne, five miles from the beach, 12 miles from Brevard County Zoo, 20 miles from Cocoa Beach and 35 miles from Kennedy Space Center. Melbourne International Airport is less than one mile from the hotel. our guests rave about the location "close to the airport," "great beds" and "fantastic service" at the Hilton Melbourne Rialto Place.

This challenging but rewarding position has overall responsibility ensuring extraordinary guest satisfaction through the cleanliness and attention to detail in our guest rooms, meeting space and common areas.  We are currently seeking highly motivated individuals.  Come join our team!

Duties:

  • Sets up, stocks and organizes work station at the beginning of the day.
  • Sets levels for production of food items.
  • Thaws, cuts and prepares food items.  Portions food items and stores them in proper containers.
  • Uses knives, measuring ladles, scoops, scales, can opener, kitchen scissors or other kitchen equipment including, without limitations, slicer/mixer, skillets, steamers, and other tools or utensils.
  • Checks stock levels in coolers for sufficient stock.
  • Maintains proper food storage temperatures and rotation, using FIFO Method.
  • Prepares broiled, baked, grilled, steamed, sauteed, blended, and fried items using recipes.  Uses saute pans, stock pots, grill, stove, ovens, and fryers.
  • Performs all duties in all areas of the kitchen.
  • Can identify food items, produce, meats, cheeses, sauces, and prepared food.
  • Knows, cooking times for all items to ensure correct doneness.
  • Organizes items for sauteing, blending, cooking in ovens, grilling, frying in fryers, pasta cookers, and steamers to ensure the accuracy of items ordered.
  • Prepares menu items, paying attention to plate presentation and garnish of each plate.
  • Cleans and sanitizes work station during the day and at the end of the day.
  • Performs side duties including cleaning ovens, steamer, tilt skillets, slicers, mixer, hoods, filters and other line equipment, washing floors, organizing and cleaning storerooms, and food production duties.
  • Handles multiple priorities, works under stress and exercises good judgment when dealing with guest situations and complaints.
  • Correctly sets up, operates, breaks down and cleans all equipment.
  • Follows sanitary practices for food handling, general cleanliness, and maintenance of Kitchen area.
  • Maintains a well-groomed appearance and wears proper attire, according to the dress code.
  • Complies with all health and safety regulations.

REPORTS TO: Food and Beverage Manager

JOB SPECIFICATIONS

Employees must meet these minimum requirements:

Communications Skills:

  • Speak English
  • Read English
  • Write English

Business Mechanical Skills:

  • Calculator

License/Certification: 

  • Employee Must Have Completed Applicable Health Department Certification

Physical Activities and Requirements:

  • Normal Work Position
  • Standing and walking 100% of the time
  • Lifting 
  • Bending
  • Minimum Weight Employee must be able to lift: 50 pounds
  • Working Conditions:
  • Hot 
  • Dirty at times
  • Hazardous materials may be present
  • Work Alone and with others

Responsibilities:

  • Care of Equipment: Frequent
  • Safety of Others: Frequent
  • Guest Contact: Frequent
  • Confidential Data: Occasionally
  • Decision Making: Frequent
  • Acts in Supervisory Capacity: Frequent

Sensory Requirements:

  • Sight: partial
  • hearing: partial

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