First Cook Intern Job Description
- To minister to guests through hospitality
- Cook and serve food to guests in a timely safe manner
- Complete daily prep lists
- Keep the kitchen facility clean and organized
- Keep dining facility clean and properly stocked
- Adhere to the Health Code Regulations
- Obtain a Food Handler's Card
- A positive commitment to Christ.
- A basic understanding of the unique ministry of Christian Camping.
- An agreement with the policies of Tall Timber.
- An agreement with the Philosophy of Christian Camping of Tall Timber.
- Possesses helping skills including listening, sharing, paraphrasing, responsiveness, and humor.
- Is an effective role model of a Christian life.
- Has enough physical stamina to participate in camp activities, and an enthusiastic attitude.
- The willingness to work within the lines of authority and be evaluated by the Food Services Director on the basis of direct performance.
- A commitment to the health and safety of all guests and staff.
- A commitment to building and maintaining staff unity.
- An openness to learn in all areas and receive feedback.
- A willingness to live and work within the unique context of the Tall Timber setting.
To the Food Services Director.
Each intern will receive a salary of $750 per month. They will receive free housing and utilities. Meals are provided when guests are being served. Each intern can also raise up to $250 a month in additional support from personal donors, which will be added to their monthly salary. Checks can be mailed to the Tall Timber office with a memo line “internship donation.”
Assist with food preparation, proper storage and handling of foods
- The assigned meals have been served on time and in the manner that the Food Service Director has laid out
- The assigned prep lists for the day has been properly followed and executed
- The facility is left in a state that is to the standard set by the Food Service Director and Health Code Laws
- Prior to starting work have a current Washington State: Food Handlers Card
- Leftover food is properly stored for optimal cooling
- Leftover food is covered and labeled by the next day and is stored according to use
- Leftover food is inventoried and a list is created to keep Food Service Director up to date
Build and maintain staff unity
- Attend and help lead staff training events.
- Attend all weekly staff meetings and weekly Program team meetings.
- Participate in staff Bible study, staff dinners, and devotional times.
- Communicate clearly and effectively with counseling staff through Senior counselors.
Abide by Tall Timber policies
- Follow all policies found in the Tall Timber Staff Manual.
- Maintain living quarters neatly, at least weekly.
- Follow all the terms which are agreed to in the Employment Contract.