Job Posting 89391

Cook, Marshall Road Residences
MPA Society
Fraser Valley
closes in 31 days (Sat, 31 Dec)
on-call / relief / casual  •  $21.70 – $23.84



POSITION:                             Cook, Casual

POSTING NUMBER:             2022-COOK-CAS

UNION:                                  HEU – MPA Certification

PROGRAM:                            Marshall Road Residences, Abbotsford

SALARY RANGE:                   Grid 12: $21.70–$23.84

SCHEDULE:                           Casual Basis – coverage of sick time and vacation blocks for shifts outlined below:

                                                Monday – Sunday: 0630 hs to 1430 hrs or 1030 hrs to 1830 hrs

JOB DETAILS:                        Please refer to the job description for details of the position

QUALIFICATIONS:               Please refer to the job description for qualifications and education required for the position


All employment is subject to a satisfactory result from a criminal record check done through the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General.


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Job Description – Mental Health Worker

Larwill Place


Classification Benchmark:             Cook

Grid Level:                                         Grid 12

Collective Agreement:                    Community Subsector Association

Reports To:                                        Head Cook


Job Summary

The Glacierview Apartments Assisted Living Program and Skyline Lodge Licensed Housing Program provide assistance, support and basic skill training to members in their living environment while encouraging independence, self-responsibility, and healthy lifestyle choices.

In a manner consistent with MPA’s mission, philosophy and policies, and under the supervision of the Head Cook, the Cook works independently and as part of a team to deliver food services for up to 50 members per day. The Cook is responsible for meal preparation, serving and clean-up, and engaging the members, while working in conjunction with all the staff at Glacierview Apartments and Skyline Lodge.


Functions & Responsibilities

  1. In consultation with the Head Cook, prepares andservesup to 50 meals, 3 times per day in accordance with established menus and recipes, by performing duties such as planning food preparation and cooking schedules, cooking, grilling, baking, tasting for palatability, and carving. Modifies and adjusts established menus as required.
  2. Ensures the purchase of food supplies consistent with the established rotational menu plan by performing such duties as estimating food and supply requirements, placing purchase orders with external suppliers, receiving supplies, checking invoices against orders and goods received, storing and distributing supplies, and contacting suppliers to investigate invoice anomalies and damaged shipments.
  3. Ensures the proper rotation of food stock and supplies on a first in first out basis.
  4. Adjusts the number of meals prepared to match with expected need and demand.
  5. Prepares and stores all food items in accordance with regulatory requirements as required by Public or Environmental Health standards ensuring safety of food delivery.
  6. Ensures that proper sanitation of the kitchen and related food equipment is maintained to standards of Public and or Environmental Health by performing cleaning duties such as cleaning food preparation equipment, sweeping and mopping floors, cleaning sinks and otherkitchen and storage areas.
  7. Receives member feedback, inquiries, and complaints and reports to the Head Cook and Manager, Housing Programs, and responds as required.
  8. Works with members, peers, supervisors, and other agencies and professionals in the community in a cooperative and professional manner.
  9. Maintains an inventory of equipment, tools, and material related to activities and procedures.
  10. Performs cleaning and light maintenance duties.
  11. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Education, Training & Experience

  1. Grade 12 education or equivalent.
  2. Professional cooking certificate with experience in front line food service delivery or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
  3. FoodSafe Level 1 and WHMIS training.
  4. Satisfactory criminal record check.
  5. Participation in the provincial TB Screening Immunization Program.

Skills & Abilities

  1. Ability to work effectively with adults with a mental illness.
  2. Ability to communicate effectively and work effectively both independently and as part of a team.
  3. Physical ability to carry out the duties of the position.
  4. Ability to operate related equipment.
  5. Ability to plan, organize and prioritize.
  6. Ability to establish and maintain a rapport with members, staff, management and collateral service providers.
  7. Ability to analyze and resolve problems.
  8. Familiarity with mental illness and the issues facing those with mental illness and those at risk of homelessness related to meeting basic food needs.


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