Kitchen Helper

Job Overview

Kitchen helpers assist chefs and head cooks with running an efficient, professional kitchen, and also help maintain its cleanliness. They may be employed in various industries, including restaurants, hospitals, and schools and universities. Their tasks range from food prep to cleaning work areas and equipment. A high school diploma or GED is sufficient education for becoming a cook’s helper, as most companies provide short-term on-the-job-training. Employers look for candidates who possess a positive attitude and who are effective at following verbal and written instructions.

Job Duties &  Responsibilities:

  • Assist in preparing food; transport, set, and serve meals on tray service.
  • Wash dishes, utensils, and pots; clean kitchen and equipment.
  • Refill water glasses and ice buckets.
  • Clean windows and tables and chairs.
  • Clean work areas.
  • Clean floors, walls, and ceilings.
  • Wash floors.
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