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Line Cook and Prep Cook
O & C China BistroSebastopol, CA
Minimum Qualifications and Skills: One or more years as a prep and/or line production cook in high volume restaurant kitchen, knowledge of Asian cooking and a plus.
$15 - $21 an hour Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Line Cook and Prep Cook
O & C China BistroWindsor, CA
Minimum Qualifications and Skills: One or more years as a prep and/or line production cook in high volume restaurant kitchen, knowledge of Asian cooking and a plus.
$15 - $21 an hour Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Food Server
O & C China BistroSanta Rosa, CA
Related keywords: food service, hiring immediately, server Job Types: Full-time, Part-time Pay: $17.00 - $18.00 per hour Benefits: Employee discount Schedule: Day shift Holidays Monday to Friday Night shift Weekends Supplemental Pay: Tips COVID-19 considerations: All customers are required to wear a mask, curbside pickup available, common surfaces are sanitized regularly.
$17 - $18 an hour Full-time/part-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Food Server
O & C China BistroWindsor, CA
Related keywords: food service, hiring immediately, server Job Types: Full-time, Part-time Pay: $17.00 - $18.00 per hour Benefits: Employee discount Schedule: Day shift Holidays Monday to Friday Night shift Weekends Supplemental Pay: Tips COVID-19 considerations: All customers are required to wear a mask, curbside pickup available, common surfaces are sanitized regularly.
$17 - $18 an hour Part-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Food Server
O & C China BistroRohnert Park, CA
Related keywords: food service, hiring immediately, server Job Types: Full-time, Part-time Pay: $17.00 - $18.00 per hour Benefits: Employee discount Schedule: Day shift Holidays Monday to Friday Night shift Weekends Supplemental Pay: Tips COVID-19 considerations: All customers are required to wear a mask, curbside pickup available, common surfaces are sanitized regularly.
$17 - $18 an hour Part-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Food Service Team Member
Raley's SupermarketsSanta Rosa, CA
A Food Service Team Member has a keen eye for Food Safety and Sanitation and will be able to help in production and merchandising while offering unmatched customer service.
Last updated 23 hours ago
Banquet Server
The Meritage Resort And SpaNapa, CA
Award-winning cuisine, indulgent spa treatments in the serenity of an underground Estate Cave, on-site tasting rooms, a locally sourced artisanal market, and a spacious community lawn for a picnic, play, and private concerts.
Last updated 3 days ago
Cook I (Full or Part Time)
Montage Healdsburg LLCHealdsburg, CA
Associated topics: appetizer, baker, cocinera, cocinera de la parrilla, cocinero de la parrilla, cocinero de produccion, grill, line cook, salad, sandwich
Part-time
Last updated 3 days ago
Burger King Cook I F & B
Burger KingSanta Rosa, CA
Prepares a variety of meats, seafood, poultry, vegetables and other food items for cooking in broilers, ovens, grills, fryers and a variety of other kitchen equipment.
Last updated 14 hours ago
Cook at Skywalker Ranch
Skywalker Holdings, LLCNicasio, CA
Ensure the proper labeling and dating of food items and that proper rotation of product occurs.
Full-time
Last updated 14 hours ago
Food Service Worker
Ozzie's GrillSanta Rosa, CA
We are seeking a Food Service Worker to become an integral part of our team!
Last updated 13 hours ago
PM Line Cook
Sage HospitalityNapa, CA
Join our award-winning team at the Napa Valley Marriott Hotel and achieve your personal and professional goals with the best hospitality team in the North Bay. Our core values of service, integrity, team spirit, innovation, professional growth, improvement, quality standards and community impact differentiates us from our competitors.
Last updated 14 hours ago
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