Kitchen Helper/Prep Cook - Nespresso

  • Category
    Hospitality & events - Restaurant Staff
  • Job type
  • Location
    Toronto, Ontario

We are currently looking for a Kitchen Helper/Prep Cook to staff our client Nespresso’s Boutique & Bar in preparing and plating culinary delights in Toronto, Ontario. The Nespresso Bar offers the unique opportunity to provide a complement of dishes to our core product with the ultimate goal of converting their positive experience into a sustained relationship with our brand. To succeed in this position, overall satisfaction in service, coffee, and high quality food appearance is essential. This Kitchen Helper/Prep Cook job pays $15 per hour and you must be flexible to work from 7:30am opening shifts to 7:30pm closing shifts. This is an ongoing position. 

The Kitchen Helper/Prep Cook Key Responsibilities Include:
• Receive, inspect and store food to maintain freshness and quality
• Assists in special food order procurement to pair with Special Events and product launches
• Organize and ensure that the Bar food display is fresh at all time and maintains an appealing and accurate representation of our product
• Prepare, plate and expedite all customer food orders
• Consistently maintains the highest standards of quality
• Ensure that daily/weekly catered food orders are submitted in a timely and accurate manner and that the forecast and order achieve the maximum efficiency and profitability possible

The Kitchen Helper/Prep Coo???????k Key Requirements Include:
• One year of food service experience preferred
• Valid Food Handling Certificate required

If you are interested in this Kitchen Helper/Prep Coo???????k job in Toronto, ON or other kitchen opportunities then click “apply” below and apply online at


  • Apply with Adecco

Reference number CA_EN_1_026501_12299776

Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required under Adecco’s Employment Accommodation policy. Applicants will need to make their needs known in advance to their Adecco representative.

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