Productive, Careing, Happy, Grateful.
Assistant Cook (Current Employee) – Bronx, NY – July 30, 2015
I work in a kitchen, I serve kids in mid- day/ afternoon, during the slow part of the day is when different grades come to eat in the cafeteria. Everything can be normal on a daily basics as well as hectic. When that happen, I have to keep a close eye on everything that goes on in the kitchen and the kids and staffs needs, like refill stream tables with food, bring the water jet right out into the cafeteria, complete the cook book, and the requisition sheet, etc. I have to make sure the staff and I straightening up the area where we prep sandwiches, salad, vegetable, fruits, and produces. This is right in the middle of the pass-through to the kitchen. So I am basically in sight the whole time. I have asked my team a couple of times if everything is all right, which I have been assured that it was because we are a great team.
The hardest part of the job is when things get broken "equipment", and repeatedly workers are being absent" it make a problem for other co-workers. But overall, we get the job done and celebrate on our lunch break by treating each other lunch.
Feeding 1.1 million kids healthy and nutritional food.throughout 1, 700 school in New York City along.
Seeing the kids throw away their vegetable, milk, fruit in the garbage.