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Food Service Worker (Hourly)

Job Description

The Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD), is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Food Service Worker (Hourly) at Georgia Regional Hospital At Savannah (please visit www.garegionalsavannah.com for more information about the hospital).

Hourly positions work 29 hours a week.

Job Description:

Assists in cooking food items including food preparation. Serves customers. May receives and disburse money in a food service establishment. Cleans work areas, equipment, utensils, dishes, and silverware. Complies with safety regulations.

Qualifications

High School diploma/GED OR Six months of experience in the area of assignment

Preferred Qualifications

Six months of work experience as an assistant in preparing, cooking and serving food in a food service operation.

Benefits

$9.00 / hour. This is an hourly position with no benefits associated.

Employment Information

This position is located at Georgia Regional Hospital at Savannah in Savannah, Georgia.

Since opening in 1970, GeorgiaRegional Hospital at Savannah (GRHS) has stood as a beacon of hope for consumers in need of mental health, developmental disability and addictive disease services in the southeast region of the state of Georgia.

Savannah, Georgia's First City is first, in family fun for the summer! With more than 50 cultural and historic attractions, there are plenty of museums, galleries, great entertainment and tours to keep busy and beat the heat!

Come join our team of professional staff and make a difference.

Applying for this job

Please email your cover letter and resume in Microsoft Word format to: grhs_hr@dhr.state.ga.us

To ensure proper routing/handling of your credentials, copy/paste or type the following title in the subject line of your email: Food Service Worker (Hourly) If you are currently employed by DBHDD, please include "Internal Employee" in the subject line as well.

You may be subject to a Drug Screen. You may be required to submit fingerprints to check for the existence of Criminal History Record Information through the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. You do have the right to challenge the contents of any Criminal History that is located, should you choose to do so.

The Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities provides services to ensure the health and welfare of Georgians. As an employee of DBHDD, in the event of an identified emergency you may be required, as a term and condition of employment, to assist in meeting the emergency responsibilities of the department.