Overall it was a great experience.
Nutrition Service Aid (Former Employee) – Morgantown, WV – August 25, 2014
A typical day was full of hard work, the second I clocked in I had to empty all the trash, take it to the compactor and dump it. Then I had to clean up the small pile of pots, after I scrubbed the pots I swept the floors, in the kitchen and dining area, making sure to get under everything. After that I'd sweep and mop all the coolers, and go back to my sink to wash more pots and pans. After I was done I took two carts full of trays of patients food up to their floors and went on my lunch break. After lunch I had to quickly clean the pots and pans from tray line, then go to help clear the patient carts and clean the dishes, after I was done I would go sweep the floors again, took the trash out, do a rather large pile of pots and pans, putting away what I could through out the day, and mop/scrub the floors of the kitchen, break room, and food service area. After I was done I took a fifteen minute break and checked to make sure everything was locked up, put away, and cleaned. After that I'd take the trash to the compactor, take the boxes out, lock up, clock out, and leave.
Five free drinks a day, discounted food, thirty minute lunch break, great healthcare
If morning shift called off you were stuck with two shifts worth of work, the hours of the shift, certain supervisors would not help you no matter how far behind you were.