Job: Food Service Worker Part Time

Deerfield Academy

7 Boyden Lane

Company Description:
Deerfield Academy is an independent secondary school committed to high standards of scholarship, citizenship, and personal responsibility. Through a rigorous liberal arts curriculum, extensive co-curricular program, and supportive residential environment, Deerfield encourages each student to develop an inquisitive and creative mind, sound body, and strong moral character. Set in a historic village bounded by river, hills, and farms, Deerfield inspires reflection, study and play, abiding friendships, and a defining school spirit.
Salary Range:Location:
Job Type:Category:
Part TimeGeneral
Education Level:Work Experience:
Some High School Coursework
Preference: Nice to have

Preference: Nice to have

 The Deerfield Academy Dining Hall is seeking part-time Food Service Workers to work approximately 10-16 hours per week, various afternoon and weekend shifts during the academic year.

 Primary responsibilities include: setting up and maintaining various food stations, served buffets, and beverage areas; maintaining and sanitizing dining tables; serving food for both sit-down and served cafeteria-style meal services; preparing various ingredients including vegetables, fruits, and meats as directed; assisting in cooking various dishes including meats, vegetables, starches, soups, and other items; use of commercial kitchen equipment including ovens, steamers, kettles, ranges, fryers, mixers and slicers; cleaning and sanitizing commercial kitchen equipment including ovens, steamers, kettles, ranges, fryers, mixers and slicers; cleaning and sanitizing work areas, food storage areas, sinks, carts, racks, and all other areas and items used for food preparation and service.


The successful candidates will receive a $1000.00 sign-on bonus ($500 paid at time of hire and $500 paid at the end of 90 days of employment)


Qualifications include: completion of 12th grade or equivalent; have a current ServSafe certification, or the willingness to become certified, have a working knowledge of food service, food preparation, sanitation, and safety practices in a commercial kitchen as well as knowledge of proper methods of cooking various food items, including meats, vegetables, starches, and salads. The ability to meet schedules and time lines, the ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions and the ability to communicate and work cooperatively with others is required.