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The attached script is a sample of the the English version but will be translated into Spanish. We will do the translation. 2016-06-20 01:44:37 GMT 2016-06-22 23:00:00 (GMT -08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) Yes (click here to learn more about ) Closed 12 11 0 direct invitation(s) have been sent by the voice seeker resulting in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far. Voice123 SmartCast is seeking 30 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 12 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
So let’s spend some time looking at what it means to be a Steamer! We’ll go over things like…
1. Setting up and maintaining the steamers and steamer station
2. Checking for quality and accuracy of condiments, produce, meats and cheese
3. Communication with the ATC regarding ticket times
4. Completing the sub or salad assembly
5. Preparing orders for Dine in or Take out
6. General cleanness of the steamers and steamer station.
7. Delivering heartfelt service to our guests.
As we begin, remember that one of our Firehouse Subs Values is Work Hard & Learn. This goes for everyone at Firehouse Subs! After the video, you’ve gotta review the training materials, and learn the menu inside and out, so that you’ll be able to recommend great hot and cold subs, and proper portion size to guests!
And finally, remember that sanitation and appearance is important. Be sure to keep your hands washed, wear clean disposable vinyl gloves and yup, you’ve gotta look good! Let’s get started:***
As a Steamer at Firehouse Subs, your job is to keep the steamers running!
To keep the steamers working well, you’ve gotta add water throughout the day! The steamer should never run dry. Check the water level often. The water level in the top pan should never be higher than the grate and the water in the tank should be to the fill line. After lunch and at close, it’s cleaning time. To prep for the next shift, clean, sanitize and refill the steamer with fresh cold water.***
As a Steamer, you’re also responsible for keeping the steamer station clean and sanitized. Before the crowd arrives for any meal period at Firehouse subs, you’ll already be in action setting up the Steamer station, and getting it nice and clean. Set up the Steamer station by making sure the station is organized. This means stocking baskets, frill picks, bags, pickles, condiments, Italian seasoning, salad & chili packets, kid deserts and napkins. Also make sure you have sub wrap and boxes. Don’t forget to have a bucket of sanitizer by your station! Next, you’ll want to first placing a clean, sanitized cutting board at each station Make sure the other items on the lower shelves are clear of any falling food or spills. Check that there are sanitized knives and spatulas on each work station. Keep the steamer station clean and stocked through out the shift.***
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