Catering Team Member (Equipment & Warewash)

Vancouver, BC

Title:Catering Team Member (Equipment & Warewash)
ID:44
Location:Vancouver, BC
Department:Production

Description

Globally we deliver over 320,000 authentic, world-class meals every day, these meals are dished up by our portfolio of brands – dnata, Alpha Flight Group, Alpha LSG and En Route. Working to stringent deadlines and exacting standards, we take pride in every smile our dishes evoke – a trait recognized by numerous airlines around the world. Over the years we have been awarded best caterer by a wide number of airlines and are driven by a desire to deliver for our customers, and their customers, every day. We are excited to be opening our 64th dedicated catering unit in Vancouver, Canada. Our Vancouver start-up is a unique opportunity to be part of a new team that will help us write the next chapter of our success story!
Why join dnata?

  • Be part of a small start-up team, with great opportunity for growth
  • Be part of a global award-winning group
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Cover
  • Additional co-contributions towards your retirement fund
  • Paid annual vacation
  • Over-time premiums
  • Free daily meal

Role
Catering Team Members support in the Equipment and Warewash department which includes the followings:

  • Remove all incoming food and catering equipment from trolley
  • Remove remaining food and separate food waste products into the specific bins
  • Stack catering equipment into the dishwash/warewash
  • Empty catering equipment from dishwash/warewash insuring it is clean, dry, organize and stack as per each airline’s requirements
  • Assist in the daily cleaning of the dishwash/warewash and dishwash/warewash area
  • Clean empty airline trolleys to ensure they are ready for use on the next flight
  • Assemble and organize cutlery & food packs based on airline specifications
  • Organize various food equipment such as glassware, plates, trays and cutlery into airline catering trolleys
  • Manually load various items into airline trolleys in accordance with various airline specifications
  • Conduct checks and inventory count of items in the bonded stores and inbound flight trolleys
  • Handle high value items such as alcohol and other duty-free items for inflight retail
  • Check and polish glassware to ensure clean and
  • Sort, organize and place equipment on racks, shelves, or bins in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s)

To be eligible you must be able to:

  • must be available to work holidays/weekends -Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • must be able to work on a shift basis in 24-hour operations
  • must be able to lift or carry objects and perform repetitive motions
  • must be able to lift, push, pull, and move product, equipment and supplies



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