Snapshot

Kitchenhands assist kitchen and service staff in preparing and serving food, and clean food preparation and service areas.

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Kitchenhands
  • How many are employed in this occupation?
128,000
  • What are the average weekly earnings for full time workers ($ before tax)?
$720
  • How does unemployment compare with other occupations?
Above average
  • What are the job prospects for this occupation?
High
  • What will be the likely future employment growth for the next five years?
Strong growth
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Tasks

This occupation may include associated occupations with varying tasks.

  • cleaning kitchens, food preparation areas and sculleries
  • cleaning cooking and general utensils used in kitchens and restaurants
  • transferring, weighing and checking supplies and equipment
  • assembling and preparing ingredients for cooking, and preparing salads, savouries and sandwiches
  • packing food and beverage trays for serving
  • cooking, toasting and heating simple food items.

Job Titles

  • Kitchenhand

VET (Vocational Education And Training)

  • Certificate II in Kitchen Operations

Other Careers In This Industry

Job Vacancies

  • Fri 27 Mar , 2020
  • Bakery Hill, Victoria
  • Bar Supervisor (Full Time)

  • Punters Bar, The Frontier hotel
  • Bar Supervisor (Full Time) The Frontier Hotel is seeking to recruit an experienced Bar Supervisor. The Hotel is multi-faceted and includes a Sports Bar, Bottle Shop, TAB, Restaurant, Gaming Lounge and two Function rooms and Live Music. If you’re a hospitality star and love providing great service with a smile in an environment where great customer experience is paramount and have the skills listed below then please apply. 1) Opening and closing Bar procedures including all cash reconciliation. 2) Restaurant and function service with sound food and wine knowledge. 3) Tab procedures including legislation and dispute resolution and month end data entry 4) Bottle shop service, receiving of large deliveries, stocktaking , rotation and presentation of varying displays, daily reconciliation. 5) Gaming payouts, hopper fills and a sound knowledge of NT gaming legislation. 6) Cellar reticulation, line cleaning and maintenance. 7) Experience with keno procedures including legislation and stock control and cash reconciliation. Applicants must have the following to be considered Current NT Gaming Managers License, RSA, RSG and TAB trained. Advantageous, Food Handlers Cert, Forklift License.
  • Hospitality & TourismHotel and Motel Managers
  • Mon 16 Mar , 2020
  • $50,001 - $60,000
  • Darwin City, Northern Territory
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