Assistant Chef Jobs in Inwood, NY

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Brooklyn, NY (13 miles from Inwood, NY)
Food Preparations, Clean kitchen and equipment with utensils. -Maintain proper food safety and kitchen hygiene...
3 days ago
New York, NY (15 miles from Inwood, NY)
We are a high-end bakery/Patisserie with 2 locations and growing. We love what we do, always develop new recipes and use best ingredients and newest techniques. We are seeking a passionate and...
4 days ago
Central Solutions Staffing - Mount Vernon, NY (20 miles from Inwood, NY)
Looking for an On call (Pier Diem) Assistant Cook in a long term care facility. Job duties are: As a Cook/Cooks Assistant Prepare and serve meals in accordance with planned menus and per...
7 days ago
Help Usa Incorporated - New York, NY (15 miles from Inwood, NY)
Reporting to the Food Services Supervisor, you will be responsible for helping with food preparation, food service, and kitchen cleanliness....
9 days ago
The Salvation Army - Brooklyn, NY (13 miles from Inwood, NY)
Other related duties, as assigned, consistent with the above Qualifications Current Food Safety Certifications Previous related experience in food preparation (preferably in large quantities), dishwashing...
90+ days ago
Sheltering Arms Children and Family Services, Inc. - Corona, NY (10 miles from Inwood, NY)
preparation and nutrition Other duties may be assigned Qualifications: High School Diploma, GED equivalent, or other relevant vocational trainings/certifications required Food Preparation Training/...
90+ days ago

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