Line Cook (Weekdays/Nights/Weekends) 

Job Duties

What Are the Responsibilities of a Restaurant Line Cook?
Typical line cook responsibilities include preparing food to order, cleaning work stations, ensuring the use of quality ingredients, and processing ticket orders. Specific job duties involve operating an oven, grill, or microwave, cutting meat, washing vegetables, and arranging food once prepared. Training for cook jobs generally combines visual instruction and hands-on orientation. During training, line cooks learn menu items, safety procedures, and health standards. Orientation may last anywhere between a few days and a couple weeks, depending on location and employer.

Job Qualifications

What Are the Requirements for a Restaurant Line Cook Job?
Most restaurants prefer applicants to hold at least a high school diploma to receive employment consideration for a cooking position. Many establishments also require applicants to have some experience before beginning the hiring process. Valid experience consists of work history as a restaurant line cook or specialized training at a vocational school. Cooks must work quickly and efficiently and pay extreme attention to health standards. Line cook jobs require working knowledge of stove tops, ranges, ovens, and grills as well as knives, small appliances, and other tools use to prepare food. Typical minimum age requirements for cooks generally fall around 18 years old, although some restaurants may hire applicants 16 or 17 years of age to fill entry-level line cook positions.

Applicants must share our passion for food, excellence, education and Latino culture.
Ideal candidates will be team players oriented with willingness to learn, lead & grow.
The right applicant will follow management’s instructions and suggestions.

Instructions: Due to the high number of applicants, we will only respond to applicants
who follow the instructions below. All other emails will be deleted!

Please attach a personalized cover letter + resume to the online application upon completion.


Thank you in advance for your time. We look forward to meeting you soon!