This position requires candidates to have a US work permit. Please do not apply if you are not legally able to work in the United States.
If you are looking to gain culinary experience and want to assist talented Chefs by preparing ingredients and helping to assemble products, you may want to be a Sushi Cook III employee. This position will prepare individuals for future positions as Sushi Cook 2 as well as other entry level Cook positions within the culinary area.
-Providing incredible customer service and assisting team members by waiting on customers at the counter, packaging prepared Sushi items as requested, answering questions about products and offering suggestions
-Effectively multitasking in the department, balancing prep work while ensuring customers are receiving attention and their needs are attended to
-Assisting the Sushi operations by prepping ingredients to be used in preparing products, ensuring they are ready to be used so items are available for customers without set backs or delays
-Following Wegmans core recipes and proper knife skills when prepping ingredients and preparing products to ensure a consistent final outcome
-Maintaining the appearance of the items offered in the Sushi case, refilling products throughout the day as needed
-Properly handling products, using equipment and keeping accurate logs in accordance with food safety and safety guidelines
-Making and testing rice by utilizing PH testing materials in order to make sure that rice meets Wegmans specifications
? Headquartered in Rochester, New York, Wegmans is a privately held, family-owned company, founded in 1916 by the Wegman family. Danny Wegman is CEO, and Colleen Wegman, his daughter, is president. Robert Wegman, Danny?s father, was chairman until his death in April 2006. ? Ranked #5 on FORTUNE magazine's 2013 list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For. Wegmans has been on the list every year since it began in 1998, and in 2005, ranked #1. ? A major regional supermarket chain, and one of the largest private companies in the U.S. ? Raised the bar on the shopping experience ? better quality goods, a spectacular abundance of choice, restaurant-quality prepared foods, beautiful stores and displays, a nearly telepathic level of customer service. ? Consistent low prices, every day, in all departments so that customers don't have to run around town chasing deals. ? An early adopter of new technology: Wegmans was one of the first supermarkets to introduce electronic discounts in 1990 and bar-code scanning in 1974. The late Robert Wegman co-chaired the public policy subcommittee for the grocery industry development of the UPC. ? Known for exceptional levels of charitable donations. Giving is focused on programs that reduce hunger, help young people succeed, promote healthy eating and activity, and strengthen neighborhoods. Wegmans gave food banks 16 million pounds of food in 2012. ? Strong employee benefit programs, especially their employee scholarship program, which provides nearly $4.5 million in tuition assistance to employees each year. ? Industry analyst Neil Stern, quoted in a 1994 front-page story about Wegmans in the Wall Street Journal, said, ?We consider them the best chain in the country, maybe in the world.?