Start date: May 5 – July 1
End date: September 1 – 30
Interview: April 11
Application deadline: April 7
Food Service Worker duties:
• Prepares food to specifications before and during unit operations
• Properly measures and portions all food items
• Complies with all portion sizes, quality standards, department rules, policies, and procedures
• Cooks all food to proper specifications in a timely manner
• Utilizes kitchen equipment to prepare food items such as knives, whips, pots, pans, warmers,steamers, grills, ovens, etc.
• Ensures proper food temperatures are maintained and food is stored correctly
• Ensures freshness and quality of all menu items
• Packages all products to proper specifications
• Performs opening, closing, and side work duties as instructed and according proper
• Keeps workstation and equipment clean, organized, sanitized, and sufficiently stocked
• Follows and upholds all health codes and sanitation regulations
• Sets up and operates kitchen equipment
• Uses waste control guidelines and records all waste on spoilage sheet
• Completes end of day inventory and other opening/closing duties in accordance with
company checklists and procedures
• As a returning participant, this position also includes duties to act as a liaison with new participants and assist them to be successful at the job
Truist Park is the home of the Atlanta Braves (baseball). Participants will be receiving more hours during the heart of the baseball season in later June, July
and August. September may bring lower hours per week. October work will either
be post-season games or other events at the ballpark.
Participants will work according to the Atlanta Braves Baseball schedule, for all
Home games. Participants should expect to work 4 to 10 days in a row, then have
approximately 4 days off. Participants should plan to earn the majority of their
hours during Home games only. Participants can plan their travel and 2nd jobs
schedules around the baseball schedule. Participants are also able to work nonbaseball events at the ballpark. Complete schedule is uploaded and can be found here: https://www.mlb.com/braves/schedule/2022-03
Uniform: The uniform consists of a culinary jacket or shirt. Participants should expect to pay $40-$50 for a set of jackets or shirts. The exact cost depends on style of shirt purchased. The manager will review options with the participants. Payment in cash or credit card is preferred.
Participants must provide their own white t-shirt, black pants, and black or white rubbersoled, closed-toe shoes. No jeans are allowed.
Jewelry should be minimal with no more than two earrings per ear. No other piercings are allowed. Local health code requirements do not allow participants to have
artificial nails or polish. Nails must be natural. Employer also requires all hair to be