Kitchen Rodney Scott's The Met - ATL

Kitchen

Full Time • Rodney Scott's The Met - ATL

Company Overview

When Pitmaster Rodney Scott was in middle school, he started cooking whole hogs at his family’s restaurant in rural South Carolina. By the time he was in his mid-twenties he already had more experience in the bbq pits than most men twice his age. Rodney, along with his partners at Rodney Scott’s BBQ opened the original Charleston, SC location in 2017 and the very next year Rodney Scott was awarded the James Beard Award for Best Chef Southeast. There is now a second location of Rodney Scott’s BBQ in Birmingham, AL with plans for two more there and an Atlanta, GA location slated to open in 2021. Pit-Cooked meats make the difference that is evident from the first bite. Each location has working bbq pits and pitmasters trained in the techniques of live-coal cooking that Rodney grew up mastering. Our kitchens produce classic side dishes—collard greens, baked beans, mac and cheese, coleslaw, potato salad--and banana pudding is layered, and hand pies baked every day. Our restaurants evoke the spirit of Rodney’s love of music and people gathering together over a table of great food. A disco ball spins and funk and soul music fills the air. Rodney Scott’s Whole Hog BBQ is a place for everyone where “Every Day is a Great Day”

Job Summary

The purpose of this job is to set-up, organize, prepare and plate food orders for the guests according to the plating procedures and within ticket time standards; to maintain quality control, kitchen and food storage and Health Department guidelines and restock and clean up.

 

Responsibilities

  1. Sets up, stocks and organizes all work stations at the beginning of the day.
  2. Prepares menu items, paying attention to plate presentation and garnish of each plate and supervises the cooking of all food itmes to ensure proper delivery of service.
  3. Uses knives, measuring ladles, scoops, scales, can opener, mixer and other tools or utensils.
  4. Cuts and prepares food items. Portions food items and stores them in proper containers.
  5. Prepares grilled, baked and fried items using recipes. Uses pan, stock pots, grill, stove, ovens and fryers.
  6. Cleans and sanitizes line station and equipment during the day and at the end of the day.
  7. Maintains proper food storage temperatures and rotation using FIFO Method.
  8. Handles multiple priorities, and works well under stress
  9. Correctly set up, operates, breaks down and cleans all station equipment.
  10. Follows sanitary practices for food handling, general cleanliness, and maintenance of Kitchen are.
  11. Comprehends all production sheets and tools as they pertain to the line department and can use them in daily operations as well as training situations.
  12. Complies with all health and safety regulations.

 

Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each job responsibility. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and / or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  1. A professional appearance and professional demeanor is essential.
  2. Following established procedures in an efficient manner.
  3. Cooperating with other employees to meet the demands of the kitchen.

 

Benefits/Perks

  1. Health Insurance
  2. Dental Insurance
  3. Vision Insurance
  4. Life Insurance
  5. Disability Insurance
  6. Employee Discount
  7. Flexible Schedule
  8. Vacation Pay
Compensation: $15-$20

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

Health Insurance
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
Disability Insurance
Employee Percentage
Flexible Schedule
Vacation Pay