Camp CookAlaska Icefield Expeditions and Gold Rush Dog Tours Location: Juneau AlaskaExperience:Some experience requiredStart Date:Job starts in about 2 months (May 01, 2019)
Do you enjoy cooking for yourself and others? Do you have a passion for healthy, delicious, food?
If so, Gold Rush Dog Tours is looking for you!
The ideal candidate will have knowledge of food preparation, food handling and a current Alaskan food handlers permit (ADEC). Your environment will be semi-remote so organization, meal creativity, food storage awareness and meal planning is a must.
The camps are semi-remote. Fully functional kitchen with running water and electricity.
The Camp Cook works independently, under the direction of the Camp Manager, preparing breakfast, lunch, and dinner according to camp schedule for a crew of 10-20 employees.
The Camp Cook is responsible for kitchen operations, maintaining sufficient groceries in camp, and scheduling, ordering, and confirming grocery and kitchen re-supply with the Expediters.
Responsible for menu planning, recipes, and preparation, the Camp Cook delivers a well-balanced diet consisting of meat and potato fare with plenty of fruits and vegetables, taking into account allergies, dietary requests, and camp preference.
Camp Cooks maintain 7-10 days of dedicated food supply in reserve and display menu flexibility, taking into account product on hand, re-supply considerations, and operational cost.
The kitchen is used by the crew throughout the day, the Camp Cook provides a warm and inviting reprieve from daily operations, necessitating a positive attitude and restraint.
Camp Cooks must possess, present, and maintain their Alaska Food Worker Card and facilitate kitchen operations according to ADEC standards at all times.
Must be able to lift 50lbs and be able to stand for long periods of time.
Must be able to work legally in the U.S.
Compensation is DOE
Position is seasonal. Starts the beginning of May and goes through September.