Term: 4 months
The Assistant Stores Handler orders, receives, checks, stores and takes inventory of stock items for use in the assigned Food Service outlet(s) and other duties as assigned from time to time.
Ordering and receiving food items such as produce, pop, milk, ice cream, bread
Receiving and storing food orders from suppliers
Return of production equipment such as bake sheets, pie plates, as required
Maintaining storeroom in a clean and tidy condition
Rotation of stock to ensure freshness and quality of food items for preparation
Verifying counts to the invoice for shipments and notification of the appropriate personnel concerning shortages
Preparing and delivering food orders to other Food Service outlets
Assist with inventory counts
Must be capable of keeping accurate records for inventory purposes and must be capable of lifting relatively heavy containers when necessary
Must have good organizational skills as well as good skills in written and oral communication for the purpose of requisitioning food supplies, preparing accurate inventory reports when required
A valid Class G driver’s license and a good driving record are mandatory
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