Food Service Associate

Job Title: Food Service Associate

Facility: St Elizabeth Hospital

Location: Enumclaw, WA

Department: Food and Nutrition Services

Job Type: Per diem

Shift: 2nd shift


Important Note: Nicotine (including cigarettes, gum, patches,
vapors, etc?) and marijuana is part of our pre-employment drug screen

Job Summary:

Performs a broad scope of dietary and kitchen/utensil/equipment sanitation duties using recognized safety, sanitary and food-handling standards and procedures.? Duties include collecting menu selections from patients, assembling and delivering trays to patients, washing dishes and pots, kitchen cleaning and cash handling.? Food production, cleaning tables and floors, clearing plates, catering set-up, serving and breakdown.

Essential Duties:

  • Sets up patient trays and delivers meals to patient rooms and units.? Collects soiled trays and brings carts/trays to the kitchen area for cleaning.

  • Observes and informs nursing staff when patient?s lack the desire to eat.??

  • Sets up catering and delivers, serves and cleans.? Sets up and delivers food trays for meetings, as needed.

  • Makes protein shakes or blend foods in accordance with recipe cards and less complex recipes such as gelatin, pudding, baked goods and other retail snack food items.

  • Performs kitchen duties; including, but is not limited to, wiping down counters, tables and other surfaces, washing coffee pots, soup containers and shelves and sweeping floors.? Responsible for washing dishes, pots and utensils.

  • Stocks retail and caf? areas.? Assists in putting freight away.

  • Performs cash register duties and answers phone, as needed.

Additional Responsibilities:?

Adheres to and exhibits our Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.??


Six months recent work experience in a healthcare field and/or large-volume food preparation that demonstrates attainment of the requisite job knowledge skills/abilities.?


Current Washington State Department of Health Food Worker Card is required.

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