Food Service Worker - Per Diem

The Food Service Worker provides meal assistance to all patients on a daily basis (including meal selection, service and retrieval).  Accurately serves food and beverages to patients in accordance with the patient’s diet prescription.  Verbally communicates patient concerns with the clinical dietician, i.e., education needs, inadequate meal consumption, etc.  Competently uses EPIC system for patient diet information.  Provides meal assistance to cafeteria patrons and adheres to all cash handling guidelines.

Key Benefits of this Position:

Per Diem:  Weekends Required/Variable Shifts (i.e.  5:30 am-1:30 pm, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, 7:00 am – 3:00 pm, and 10:30 am – 6:30 pm)


  • High school diploma, required.

  • ServSafe Certification, preferred.


  • Two (2) years of previous experience, required.


  • Effective communication skills and interpersonal skills are required.

  • Written and verbal communication skills are essential.

  • Ability to build rapport quickly, develop trust, sustain working relationships, and represent CRH positively in internal and external meetings is required.

  • Strong time-management and organizational skills are required.

  • Must be able to perform simple math calculations.

Physical Requirements

  • Position requires extensive standing, occasional sitting and routine walking.

  • Frequently lift objects weighing 35 pounds.

  • Works in hot and cold internal environments.

  • Category III risk exposure as defined by OSHA.

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