Kingsborough Culinary Arts

Kingsborough Culinary Arts

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Happy Thanksgiving from Baking and Pastry and Culinary Arts!

The Culinary Arts program at Kingsborough Community College is a comprehensive training program designed for successful entry into the creative, high-paced workplaces of the food industry.

We offer two programs to set you on your career path.

Operating as usual

Volunteers Needed: Join Us at the Soup Kitchen! | Holy Apostles 10/28/2021

Volunteers Needed: Join Us at the Soup Kitchen! | Holy Apostles

Want some experience? Want to help out some people? Chef Goldberg has more details or contact Holy Apostles directly!

https://holyapostlesnyc.org/volunteers-needed-join-us-at-the-soup-kitchen/

Volunteers Needed: Join Us at the Soup Kitchen! | Holy Apostles Are you looking to make a difference in your community this holiday season? Come volunteer at Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen! Volunteers are the heart of our whole operation here at the Soup Kitchen. From packing lunches and serving a hot meal to distributing pantry bags of food and passing out haircut....

[10/22/21]   JBay, LLC (Breezy Point Surf Club & Silver Gull Beach Club) is looking for many full-time seasonal associates to join their team for the summer of 2022!

Though positions are not yet live on their site, they are open to interviewing and making preliminary offers to candidates. Please share the attachment with your students.

If interested, students and graduates may contact Carrie Bergstrom directly.

Carrie Bergstrom

[10/22/21]   Bowery Mission is looking for a Dishwasher/Cook!

The Bowery Mission is a holistic, faith-based organization dedicated to serving the homeless by providing compassionate care and life transformation services. The Dishwasher/Prep Cook is a key member of the Food Services team, who work together with volunteers and donors to serve thousands of meals daily to hurting New Yorkers at The Bowery Mission.

The Dishwasher/Prep Cook works as part of our Food Services team to provide routine sanitation support for our cooks. He/she is responsible for all dish-washing and back-of-house cleaning duties, participating in a wide variety of tasks including food donation storage and working alongside volunteers in the day-to-day tasks of our kitchens. It is critical this person is a team player and able to remain calm and kind in a busy environment.

Reports To: Director, Food Services

Requirements:
Embraces the organization’s Statement of Faith
At least one year’s relevant experience in a commercial kitchen setting
Professional demeanor with coworkers, volunteers, clients, guests and the public
Able to bend, lift, and squat at least 50 lbs. and able to stand for long periods of time
Excellent record of being organized, coach-able, dependable, adaptable and honest
Strong verbal communication skills
High school diploma or GED equivalent

Preferred:
Food handler’s license
Valid NY or NJ driver’s license
Experience in volunteer-based work or guest/customer-facing roles

https://bowery.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=171

[10/22/21]   The Bowery Mission is looking for a cook!

Summary:
The Bowery Mission is a holistic, Christian faith-based organization committed since the 1870's to serving people experiencing homelessness, hunger and poverty. The Cook is a key member of the Food Services team, who work together with volunteers and donors to serve thousands of meals daily to hurting New Yorkers at The Bowery Mission.

The Cook will be responsible to coordinate as well as participate in all of the daily activities of the food service personnel as they prepare, cook and serve 200+ meals daily. The Cook is expected to work as part of a team to maintain the cleanliness of the Kitchen, Serving Areas, Equipment, Freezers, Coolers, Pantry, Spice / Storage Rooms.

Reports to: Director, Food Services

Specific Responsibilities:
Prepare meals in accordance with planned menus.
Maintain a clean and sanitized work area.
Wear proper attire, i.e. uniforms, aprons, smocks, gloves, hairnets/hats, etc.
Monitor thermometers on freezer/refrigerator.
Check and put away incoming stock in proper storage areas,
Control inventory, i.e. maintain, keep track of and rotate stock, and discard outdated and damaged stock.
Must have tested negatively for TB within past 6 months.
Participate in employee staff meetings and trainings.
Complete other duties as assigned.

Requirements:
Embraces the organization's Statement of Faith.
Passion to serve the needy and homeless of New York City.
Must be available for morning shifts and closing shifts.
Able to bend, squat, sit, and lift 50 lbs.
Organized, coachable, dependable, adaptable and honest.
Written and verbal skills.
Professional demeanor with co-workers and residents.
High School Diploma or GED
Strong Interpersonal and Customer Service skills.
Must be willing to travel to various worksites.

Preferred:
NYC Food Handlers Certificate.
Two+ years Kitchen experience. Knife skills highly preferred.
Experience working with the homeless of New York City.
Proficiency with computers and smartphones.

https://bowery.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=161

CRAFT | Tom Colicchio's Flagship Restaurant 09/29/2021

CRAFT | Tom Colicchio's Flagship Restaurant

Craft https://www.craftrestaurant.com/
Line Cook
Craft
43 E 19th St, New York, NY 10003
Full Time • Hourly (Based on Experience)
Expires: Sep 30, 2021
Email Resumes to John Gargano [email protected] Or text for quick reply 917-618-9398

Required Years of Experience - 2 years

Job Details
Craft Restaurant, a Tom Colicchio restaurant, which offers seasonal menus in nyc with fresh, seasonal restaurant dishes served in a casual and sophisticated atmosphere is looking for line cooks to join our team!

Duties:
Working the stations in the kitchen to prepare food items
Accurately handling food items to minimize waste
Ability to learn, understand, and to execute daily recipes and menus
Preparing mise en place for daily service
Taking part in pre-service duties and applicable closing duties
Demonstrating a passion for details and a willingness to learn
Upholding service preparation and culinary standards to ensure a memorable guest experience
Maintaining and upholding our company's vision and values
Participating in service/culinary education sessions
Maintaining a safe, sanitary, and organized work environment

Qualifications:
1 year culinary experience in a fine dining restaurant
Strong knowledge of cooking techniques, food preparation, and knife handling
Demonstrate clear written and verbal communication skills
Able to work in a team environment and welcome feedback and direction
Capability to stand for prolonged periods of time
Lift up to 50 pounds of weight
Ability to reach, bend, stoop, climb up and down stairs, walk, carry multiple objects
Ability to work in an environment with hot and cold conditions
Perks:
Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance options for full time employees
Paid Time Off, increases with length of service
Daily family meal provided
Team outings, trainings, and speakers
Flex spending options (medical, transit, parking, dependent care)
Bi-monthly restaurant dining vouchers ($720 annual value)

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that are to be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to stand; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; talk or hear and taste or smell. The employee is frequently required to walk. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch. The employee must regularly lift and /or move up to 25 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.The statements in this job description are intended to describe the essential nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be all responsibilities or qualifications of the job.
Craft is an EEO Employer

CRAFT | Tom Colicchio's Flagship Restaurant This is the online destination for Tom Colicchio's seasonal restaurant located in Flatiron, New York City. Craft is rated one of the best restaurants in NYC.

[09/29/21]   The Sylvia Center
Chef Educator (5-15 hours per week)
*This position is both in-person and remote.

Programs (95%)
● Program Admin: Working closely with the Program Managers and Education Director to share the responsibility of attending community meetings and coordinating community partner relationships, including but not limited to communication around classes, teaching community classes and supporting existing programs.
o Actively participating in tandem with program team on tasks including recruitment, weekly correspondence, and data entry
o Working with Program Managers to coordinate Chef Assistants, interns and/or volunteers.
o Collaborate on curriculum, lesson plans, and recipes as needed

● Chef Educator: Serve as a Chef Educator virtually and in person at school and community partner sites and on Katchkie Farm as feasible and required.
Teach classes by effectively implementing The Sylvia Center’s curriculum, which includes cooking instruction, nutrition education, and activities, while being aligned with The Sylvia Center’s core values.
o Manage distribution of printed or virtual materials for classes such as recipes, curriculum and surveys
o Maintain accurate records for attendance and any additional tracking as required
o Clean and sanitize workspaces prior to, between and after classes
● Garden and harvesting (if applicable): In conjunction with Katchkie Farm, help upkeep garden and harvest produce for programs.
o Responsibilities may include but are not limited to watering, weeding, and selecting produce for programs.
o Guide farm tours of Katchkie Farm and the Learning Garden and small socially distanced farm programs.
Admin (5%)
● Ad hoc administration: Including but not limited to, reporting, special projects, ect.
○ Attend all staff meetings and trainings, and collaborate with fellow
program staff.
○ Assist as needed with two annual fundraising events and annual
community events

Required Qualifications:
● Demonstrated passion for working with and/or teaching youth required
● Nutrition and/or Culinary experience preferred
● Professional or personal garden experience required (only applicable to Columbia county based position).
● Demonstrated experience with Google Suite
● Experience understanding and meeting the needs of diverse communities
● Enthusiastic, energetic, and able to work quickly and efficiently in a fast-paced environment
● High level of social and emotional intelligence
● Ability to effectively improvise and adapt
● Detail-oriented and great multi-tasker, who is responsible and focused
● Demonstrated passion for food justice and food access issues in New York state
● Ability to lift 50lbs
● Ability to stand on your feet for 5 hours at a time

The Sylvia Center: Educating Children On Food & Leading Healthier Lives 09/29/2021

The Sylvia Center: Educating Children On Food & Leading Healthier Lives

The Sylvia Center
Chef Assistant (3-10 hours per week)
*This position is both in-person and remote.Programs (100%)

Program Admin: Working closely with the Chef Educators and Program Managers to share the responsibility of communication around classes, teaching community classes and supporting existing programs.
o Actively participating in tandem with program team on tasks including weekly correspondence, and data entry

● Chef Assistant: Serve as Chef Assistant virtually or in person at school and community partner sites and on Katchkie Farm as feasible and required.
o Assist Chef Educator with teaching classes by effectively implementing The Sylvia Center’s curriculum, which includes cooking instruction, nutrition education, and activities, while being aligned with The Sylvia Center’s core values.
o Assist with distribution of printed or virtual materials for classes such as recipes, curriculum and surveys
o Assist with maintaining accurate records for attendance and any
additional tracking as required
o Clean and sanitize workspaces prior to, between and after classes
Assist with farm tours of Katchkie Farm and the Learning Garden and
small socially distanced farm programs.

Admin (10%)
● Ad hoc administration: Including but not limited to, reporting, special projects, ect.
○ Attend all staff meetings and trainings, and collaborate with fellow
program staff.
○ Assist as needed with two annual fundraising events

● Garden and harvesting (if applicable): In conjunction with Katchkie Farm, help upkeep garden and harvest produce for programs.
○ Responsibilities may include but are not limited to watering, weeding, and selecting produce for programs.

Required Qualifications:
● Passion for working with and/or teaching youth required
● Experience with Google Suite and remote work
● Experience understanding and meeting the needs of diverse communities
● Enthusiastic, energetic, and able to work quickly and efficiently in a fast-paced
environment
● High level of social and emotional intelligence
● Ability to effectively improvise and adapt
● Detail-oriented and great multi-tasker, who is responsible and focused
● Demonstrated passion for food justice and food access issues in New York state
● Ability to lift 50lbs
● Ability to stand on your feet for 5 hours at a time

https://www.sylviacenter.org/

The Sylvia Center: Educating Children On Food & Leading Healthier Lives The Sylvia Center is a nonprofit whose aim is to address the growth of childhood diet-related diseases within under-resourced communities.

[09/29/21]   The Sylvia Center
Chef Assistant (3-10 hours per week)
*This position is both in-person and remote.Programs (100%)

Program Admin: Working closely with the Chef Educators and Program Managers to share the responsibility of communication around classes, teaching community classes and supporting existing programs.
o Actively participating in tandem with program team on tasks including weekly correspondence, and data entry

● Chef Assistant: Serve as Chef Assistant virtually or in person at school and community partner sites and on Katchkie Farm as feasible and required.
o Assist Chef Educator with teaching classes by effectively implementing The Sylvia Center’s curriculum, which includes cooking instruction, nutrition education, and activities, while being aligned with The Sylvia Center’s core values.
o Assist with distribution of printed or virtual materials for classes such as recipes, curriculum and surveys
o Assist with maintaining accurate records for attendance and any
additional tracking as required
o Clean and sanitize workspaces prior to, between and after classes
Assist with farm tours of Katchkie Farm and the Learning Garden and
small socially distanced farm programs.

Admin (10%)
● Ad hoc administration: Including but not limited to, reporting, special projects, ect.
○ Attend all staff meetings and trainings, and collaborate with fellow
program staff.
○ Assist as needed with two annual fundraising events

● Garden and harvesting (if applicable): In conjunction with Katchkie Farm, help upkeep garden and harvest produce for programs.
○ Responsibilities may include but are not limited to watering, weeding, and selecting produce for programs.

Required Qualifications:
● Passion for working with and/or teaching youth required
● Experience with Google Suite and remote work
● Experience understanding and meeting the needs of diverse communities
● Enthusiastic, energetic, and able to work quickly and efficiently in a fast-paced
environment
● High level of social and emotional intelligence
● Ability to effectively improvise and adapt
● Detail-oriented and great multi-tasker, who is responsible and focused
● Demonstrated passion for food justice and food access issues in New York state
● Ability to lift 50lbs
● Ability to stand on your feet for 5 hours at a time

https://www.sylviacenter.org/

09/29/2021

Did you visit the GrowNYC Union Square or the Bartel-Pritchard Square markets today for a CA 74 project? Will you be going in a few weeks? These Kingsborough students did!! #cunychef #kccchef #kccculinary #kingsboroughculinaryarts

Did you visit the GrowNYC Union Square or the Bartel-Pritchard Square markets today for a CA 74 project? Will you be going in a few weeks? These Kingsborough students did!! #cunychef #kccchef #kccculinary #kingsboroughculinaryarts

09/29/2021

Join Les Dames NY at THE NEXT BIG BITE: THE HOME COOK PRO; A Live Conversation On Zoom.
Thursday, October 21, 2021. 6:00 - 7:00 PM ET. $20

REGISTER HERE (Current Students contact @CUNY_Chef for a code to attend for free!)

During quarantine, we all became pros in our home kitchens, which turned into Command Central and the source for nourishment and health, comfort and community, joy and entertainment. With the landscape changed so drastically in our homes and restaurant communities, how will our kitchens and dining experiences evolve? We’ll consider the changes through engaging keynotes and conversations with top chefs, community advocates and industry leaders.

We are delighted to have as our guests:

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Marcus Samuelsson (Chef, Restaurateur) and Grace Young (Author, Activist), with HOST Tara Bench (Culinary Personality) AND PANEL Samuel Dennigan (CEO, Strong Roots), Jane M. Freiman (Founder, Smart Kitchen Insights Group), Eve Turow-Paul (Author, Founder of Food For Climate League), and Karen Washington (Co-Owner, Rise & Root Farm).

Proceeds benefit LDNY Scholarship Fund

Join Les Dames NY at THE NEXT BIG BITE: THE HOME COOK PRO; A Live Conversation On Zoom.
Thursday, October 21, 2021. 6:00 - 7:00 PM ET. $20

REGISTER HERE (Current Students contact @CUNY_Chef for a code to attend for free!)

During quarantine, we all became pros in our home kitchens, which turned into Command Central and the source for nourishment and health, comfort and community, joy and entertainment. With the landscape changed so drastically in our homes and restaurant communities, how will our kitchens and dining experiences evolve? We’ll consider the changes through engaging keynotes and conversations with top chefs, community advocates and industry leaders.

We are delighted to have as our guests:

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Marcus Samuelsson (Chef, Restaurateur) and Grace Young (Author, Activist), with HOST Tara Bench (Culinary Personality) AND PANEL Samuel Dennigan (CEO, Strong Roots), Jane M. Freiman (Founder, Smart Kitchen Insights Group), Eve Turow-Paul (Author, Founder of Food For Climate League), and Karen Washington (Co-Owner, Rise & Root Farm).

Proceeds benefit LDNY Scholarship Fund

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