1984 Group of Companies (1984) is a leader in the field of Occupational Health & Safety--delivering innovative safety solutions to exploration and mining camps throughout Northern Canada and around the globe. Night Bakers (OFA 3 certified) are dual positioned roles that bake a variety of pastries, desserts, bread; prepare and serve breakfast; and support first aid requirements within camp.
OFA Site Duties
• Attend to any and all first aid requirements and initiate medical evacuations as instructed by higher medical care professionals.
• Support the 1984 site-specific Emergency Response Plan i.e. Logistics, loading, packaging & transporting patients.
• Provide ongoing maintenance and inventory control of first aid room, equipment and supplies.
• Attend safety meetings and report any hazards and/or correct unsafe working conditions.
• Provide accident/incident medical information and site-specific reports to 1984 head office.
• Remain prepared to respond to emergencies 24 hours a day.
Baking & Breakfast Preparation
Prepare and serve a wide assortment of the following baked and dessert items from scratch:
Yeast breads and rolls
Pies and pastries
Cookies and squares
Quick breads and muffins.
Nightly dessert special
1. Prepare and serve buffet and short order breakfast service including the following:
Bacon, ham, and sausage
Pancakes and French toast
Eggs (cooked to order) and omelets
Fresh fruit salad or platter
Daily breakfast special
• Maintain and clean all dishes, kitchen equipment and food areas.
• Implement and maintain 1984 Food Safety Plan (FSP).
• Restock kitchen including sandwich station, coffee, tea, juices, and condiments.
• Assist with putting away grocery orders.
• Maintain inventory baking and breakfast supplies and assist First Cook with ordering.
• Current unrestricted OFA3 certification or equivalent (70 hour course) with AED.
• Food service experience as a baker preferably in a similar remote camp environment.
• Pastry Arts training, and/or commercial baking background preferred.
• Valid Food Safe and WHMIS Certificates
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English.
• Intermediate proficiency with MS Office
• Strong documentation capacity with the ability to meet stringent deadlines.
• Demonstrated ability to perform well in critical high stress situations
• Primarily remote camp locations throughout Northern Canada and Arctic regions with exposure to extreme weather conditions and temperatures.
• Twelve (12) hour shifts, seven (7) days a week on a rotational schedule of up to a maximum of six (6) weeks on site.
• Must be able to live communally in shared accommodation.
• Performance of duties may involve exposure to hazardous materials and/or blood pathogens.
• The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl.
• Nature of work requires lifting or moving medium weight objects of up to 50 lbs to the waist and 20 lbs above the shoulders
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume along with copies of current certificates to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Location: remote camps throughout Canada
Compensation: commensurate with experience
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