Kitchen Helper

Kitchen Helper

  • Support Staff
  • Victoria

St. Margaret’s School is seeking a reliable and experienced Kitchen Helper to work for our very busy Dining Hall.  Preparing real food from scratch, the Kitchen Helper will prepare quality food products properly and efficiently in a clean working environment; organize, clean and sanitize the work area; and perform other duties as assigned.

Our Food Services team works together to create a positive dining experience. We provide uniforms, ongoing training, and opportunities for career growth.

 What you will do:

  • Maintain a clean and welcoming environment.
  • Interact cheerfully with students, colleagues, and guests.
  • Clean, restock, and replenish serving lines and stations to ensure our guests enjoy an exquisite dining experience.
  • Rotate products in inventory.
  • Maintain a clean kitchen, properly washing and sorting soiled dishes.
  • Setup and break down of dish machine and sanitizing equipment.
  • Bag all garbage and boxes and disposing these in appropriate dumpsters.
  • Adhere to safety and allergy prevention policies.
  • Adapt to additional duties as assigned.


  • Understanding of kitchen operational procedures
  • Must be able to sit, stand or walk four hours continuously, up to eight hours per day, and able to remain on feet for entire shift
  • Must be able to properly lift and carry objects weighing 20 pounds or less, frequently; 35 pounds or less, occasionally; and 50 pounds or more, rarely; with the highest point of any lift being overhead and the lowest point of any lift being the floor
  • Availability for morning, afternoon and weekend shifts
  • Ability to establish good relationships with staff, faculty and students
  • Actively support the vision, mission and values of our school

Interested candidates are invited to submit a covering letter, current resume and references, quoting the Posting #2022011.

To apply for this job email your details to

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