Food Truck Cook Stella's Table

Food Truck Cook

Part Time • Stella's Table
Suser Restaurant Group, comprised of Sparkies Kitchen & Bar, Stella's Table, Union 212 Banquet Hall and Street Side Cafe', is located in the lakes area of Oakland County. We proudly offer 401K benefits, tuition reimbursement and health care benefits. We invite you to join our talented team that is committed to providing amazing food and service to our guests and who are treated like family!

Food Truck Cook Job Summary:
Street Side Cafe' Cooks take pride in every plate, making sure they are picture perfect.  Always ensuring the freshest products are being used to prepare our dishes, the line is maintained, clean, organized and stocked for every event. The ideal candidate has full-service restaurant experience, always follows proper health code requirements, food rotation, labeling and sanitation practices. 

  • Able to follow written recipes and order tickets
  • Ability in dividing responsibilities and monitoring progress
  • Outstanding communication, leadership, organization and customer service skills
  • Current knowledge of culinary trends and optimized kitchen processes
  • Excellent understanding of various cooking methods, ingredients, equipment and procedures
  • Accuracy and speed in executing tasks
  • Familiar with industry’s best practices
  • Ability to work on your feet for 8 or more hours a day
  • Must be available nights and weekends
  • Able to work in varying weather and temperature conditions
  • Comfortable working with a team in a fast-paced, small kitchen environment
  • Works well under pressure
  • Must be able to lift at least 40 pounds at a time on a regular basis
Compensation: $14.00 - $16.00 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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Health Benefits- Health, Dental, Vision and Prescription
Management: Health, Dental, Vision after 60 days.

Full Time Employees: Health Benefit program.

Paid Vacation/Paid Time Off Program
Salaried are eligible for 1 week of Vacation after 6 months and 2 weeks after 1 year of Service.

Vacation time available steadily increases over your length of Employment.

Education Reimbursement
After 90 days. Must be in restaurant Field and based on GPA. Up to $500.00 per semester.
Career Guidance
We encourage all of our team members who want to make a career in our field to explore the many opportunities we have for career advancement.
Team Recognition & Engagement Program
Benefit from the Employee Recognition and Rewards Platform with Bucketlist Rewards. Bucketlist Rewards makes it easy and fun to recognize and reward one another for milestones, achievements, and a job well done.

Bucketlist enables companies to reward employees the way they actually want. With Bucketlist you can recognize and reward your colleagues for the great work taking place and help them achieve what matters most in life.

The goal is to help build a great culture, increase recognition and make the organization into an amazing place to work.
Restaurant Discounts
50% discount on employee meals and 20% discount when dining in or carryout at all our concepts. Sparkies Kitchen & Bar, Stella's Table, Union 212 and Street Side Cafe.
401K Program
All employees are eligible for our Company Matched 401k and Roth 401k program. Company matches vest once contributions are made. Investments are handled by John Hancock Must be 18 years old to participate and have 6 months of service.
Weekly Paychecks
Get Paid every week on Friday!