Kitchen Assistant, Restaurant Salary
The average wage for a Kitchen Assistant, Restaurant is $10.07 per hour. Most people with this job move on to other positions after 20 years in this field.
|Hourly Rate||$8.37 - $15.05|
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|$17,075 - $34,255|
Job Description for Kitchen Assistant, Restaurant
Kitchen assistants work in a variety of restaurants to perform basic food preparation, and they usually report to a head chef and ensure that he/she has everything needed to prepare food. They must always follow strict hygiene, health, and safety rules, and are often responsible for cleaning the kitchen and equipment, tools, counters, surfaces, and so on. They may also throw away garbage, wash dishes, and keep track of kitchen inventory to ensure that necessary ingredients and spices are always available.Read More...
Kitchen assistants may also assist with shopping and cook food under their chef’s supervision. They may occasionally serve food directly to restaurant patrons, so a friendly personality and communication skills are highly beneficial. They must also be able to work well in a team environment.
Some high-end restaurants require that kitchen assistants have formal culinary education from an accredited college; however, a high school diploma or GED may be sufficient for some employers, and candidates may also receive on-the-job training. Prior work experience is not necessarily required, though applicants should pass background checks and be well-prepared for all of their daily tasks. Kitchen assistants often work in rotating shifts, and some also take cooking classes while maintaining work as assistants. (Copyright 2017 PayScale.com)
Kitchen Assistant, Restaurant Tasks
- Inventory stock and ensure all food stations are stocked appropriately.
- Prepare ingredients, food, supplies, equipment and tableware.
- Monitor and ensure cleanliness and hygiene in the kitchen and supply areas.
- Maintain a hygienic and brand-appropriate appearance.
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