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Camden, ME 04843
This job opportunity is a temporary, full-time peak load position with two openings available beginning April 1, 2020 and ending November 1, 2020. The successful applicant must speak and understand English at a conversational level. A high school diploma / GED or equivalent is required. Duties include: Set up and stock food stations with all necessary supplies Prepare food for service (e.g. chopping vegetables, butchering meat, or preparing sauces) Properly portion and store food for cooking Cook and plate menu items in cooperation with the rest of the kitchen staff Answer, report and follow lead chef’s instructions Clean up kitchen and properly store any leftover food Stock inventory appropriately Ensure that food comes out simultaneously, in high quality and in a timely fashion Comply with nutrition and sanitation regulations and safety standards Maintain a positive and professional approach with coworkers and customers On-the-job training will be provided. A single workweek is used as the standard for computing wages with the standard pay period being every two weeks with workers being paid by check or direct deposit on Friday. The minimum pay rate will be $13.50 per hour. Overtime may be available at a minimum pay rate of $20.25 per hour. Room and board, lodging, transportation and other benefits are not provided, but we will do our best to assist with these if need be. The only deductions from the worker’s paycheck that will be made are those that are required by law. There will be no other deductions made. H-2B workers and those in corresponding employment who are unable to reasonably return to their permanent residence each day will be provided with or reimbursed for transportation and subsistence from the place from which the worker has come to work for the employer, whether in the U.S. or abroad, to the place of employment, if the worker completes 50 percent of the period of employment covered by the job order, consistent with 20 CFR 655.20(j)(1)(i); The employer will provide or pay for the worker’s cost of return transportation and daily subsistence from the place of employment to the place from which the worker, disregarding intervening employment, departed to work for the employer, if the worker completes the certified period of employment or is dismissed from employment for any reason by the employer before the end of the period, consistent with § 655.20(j)(1)(ii); The employer will reimburse the H–2B worker in the first workweek for all visa, visa processing, border crossing, and other related fees, including those mandated by the government, incurred by the H–2B worker (but need not include passport expenses or other charges primarily for the benefit of the worker); The employer will provide to the worker, without charge or deposit charge, all tools, supplies, and equipment required to perform the duties assigned, in accordance with 20 CFR 655.20(k); and The amount for daily subsistence will be at least $12.46 per day during travel to a maximum of $55.00 per day with receipts.