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Company Name:
Penn National Gaming
Overview:

Don't just work. Work Happy.
A career in gaming? At Hollywood Casino Tunica we think you'll enjoy an exciting industry, fast-paced days and nights, diverse, enthusiastic co-workers, unlimited growth and support from one of the leaders in the industry.
An individual could be successful if they possess the following.
Your daily responsibilities include:
Prepares tableware for washing
Collects all soiled pots, washes and restacks cleaned pots on shelves
Responsible for removal of garbage and refuse
Mops and sweeps floors
Washes walls and ceiling tiles
Cleans and sanitizes all cooking equipment
Proper maintenance and distribution of company assets
Sets up dishwashing machine
Stacks and stores clean dishes in proper kitchen areas
To be successful in this position it will require the following skill set:
High school diploma or GED
Six months experience previous kitchen work experience
Sanitation certificate from local Health Department
Must stand for long periods
Must be able to follow directions
Physically mobile with reasonable accommodations including ability to push, pull, carry and lift up to 25 lbs., and the ability to push, pull, reach, bend, twist, stoop, stack, crouch, kneel and balance when performing job duties in varying work areas such as confined spaces
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
2014-23175
Casino Property
Hollywood Casino Tunica
Location
US-MS-Tunica Resorts
Posted Date
12/5/2014
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Category
Food and Beverage

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