Company Name:
Penn National Gaming
Penn National Gaming has thrilled and entertained guests since 1971 when it all began as a horse racing venue. From a single race track, we have grown to be one of the nation's largest gaming companies, operating properties that offer broad and diverse gaming and pari-mutuel wagering experiences. PENN is dedicated to becoming the undisputed leader in guest service by offering a Red Carpet experience for each and every guest.
Your daily responsibilities include:
Prepare, bake and finish cakes, pies, French pastry, cream tarts and other dessert items according to recipe.
Prepare dessert displays for restaurants and banquets as per production sheets; prepare requisition for items for storeroom and pastry chef approval.
Maintain clean and sanitary work station within Servsafe and Hollywood guidelines.
Provide professional presentation at internal and external meetings and events.
Demonstrate abilities to meet performance expectations with communications, initiative, problem solving, guest service/interpersonal relations, work habits and conduct and responsible gaming business ethics.
Support and maintain Hollywood's courtesy guidelines.

Supervisory Responsibilities

This job has no supervisory responsibilities.
To be successful in this position it will require the following skill set:
High school diploma or general education degree (GED)required; 1-3 years of culinary education or experience in bakery required.
Something to leave you with:
Penn National Gaming is more than you may realize. We have properties throughout the United States and Canada and are embarking on an aggressive growth mode. Our departments and areas of opportunity are ideal for just about any skill set. And our company-wide commitment to making sure our guests smile as much as we do means you'll enjoy a fun working environment.
Now that you have read about who we are, here is your opportunity to see what we're about!
Equal Opportunity Employer

Job ID
Casino Property
Hollywood Casino Tunica
US-MS-Tunica Resorts
Posted Date
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Food and Beverage

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