Not Your Average Joe's is seeking Cooks to join our team!A Cook is responsible for serving our guests, our team and Not Your Average Joe's with unparalleled hospitality to create unforgettable guest and team member experiences every day!Job Duties:Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:* Understand our Guest-Obsessed culture and do whatever it takes to create a positive and memorable guest experience* Set up station with food products and utensils and turn on equipment to ensure the station is ready for production.* Prepare raw ingredients, adhering to all recipes, for use on the line and for use in food prep recipes.* Use proper portioning techniques and recipe procedures to create prepared food products.* Read tickets and/or listen to what dishes are called to determine what/when items need to be prepared* Check and adjust temperature of equipment to ensure food is cooked and stored at the proper temperature.* Ensure station is clean and sanitized at all times according to standards* Assists other team members and fellow management as needed to aid in the service of guests.* Arrives to work on time, well-groomed and in the proper work attire, and ready to work.* Demonstrate a helpful, positive attitude at all times to guests and team members.* Completes all assigned tasks and duties assigned by managers/supervisors.Minimum Requirements* Must be able to understand and follow direction from others.* Able to perform basic math functions, read recipes and memorize and replicate food production procedures.* Must have skill and coordination in using kitchen utensils and equipmentrequired* Able to work in a high-volume, fast-paced work environment.* Able to bend at the waist and lift items up to 50 lbs. to waist level and move items up to 50 lbs. for distances of up to 25 feet.* Ability to remain standing and active for an 8-12 hour shift.* Ability to hear, understand, and respond to employees' and guests' requests in a loud environment.* Ability to tolerate exposure to cold and hot temperatures (below 40 F and above 140 F) throughout the shift.