Prep Cook Cien Agaves - Old Town Scottsdale

Prep Cook

Part Time • Cien Agaves - Old Town Scottsdale
Prep Cook:

Job Description:

BECOME PART OF THE #CIENLIFE!

If you're looking for work that never feels like work, complete with crazy-good food and killer margaritas, then we have the job for you. We're a hardworking group of servers, managers, bartenders, hosts, bussers, runners and chefs, dedicated to serving the best tacos & tequila in town.

Ready to show the world a different perspective, you could bring the taste of modern Mexico directly to our guests', with Cien's award winning menu. You'll never want to work anywhere else once you immerse yourself in the #CienLife.

Here's what you'll do:

  •  Prepare amazing dishes from scratch following our recipes to produce consistent results
  •  Know and comply consistently with standard cooking methods, quality standards and kitchen practices 
  • Cook a variety of meats, seafood, poultry, vegetables and other food items using ovens, grills, fryers and a variety of other kitchen equipment
  •  Portion all the products, follow the recipes, and always make sure the plate presentation looks great
  •  Keep it clean! Follow the sanitation standards, make sure your work station stays clean and organized, and follow all of the food handling standards
You need to be:

Someone who loves cooking! You're someone who is consistently productive and has an eye for the important details. Being able to hang in a fast paced environment is vital, and if you have prior experience to prove it, that's even better. Speaking and understanding English is preferred, and so is being comfortable standing for long periods of time. You'll need to show off your muscles from time to time, so be able to lift up to 50 pounds. A great attitude and the flexibility in your schedule to work weekends and some holidays are the last ingredients to enter the #CienLife.

Why us?

Cien Agaves has uniquely good food, and appreciates your individuality. There's tons of earning potential and opportunities for growth. We want you to love where you work so we throw in a 25% restaurant discount. Join our team, you know you want to!
Compensation: $16.00 - $20.00 per hour

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.





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BENEFITS

We want to make sure that our best employees are taken care of and can enjoy all the perks and benefits available to them.

Medical, Vision and dental insurance for qualified employees
401k investment program with matching funds.
Discounts on meals and comped meals for qualified employees.
Paid time off and paid sick leave.