Best Dishwasher in Town

This job description template for a dishwasher position in a restaurant or kitchen is perfect for use in online job posting sites and can be quickly adjusted and changes to meet any company’s needs. It outlines the responsibilities for a position as dishwater. 

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How much do dishwashers make?

The average pay for a dishwasher is about $9.50/hour and it varies slightly due to experience, but not by a significant amount. This amounts to about $20,000 annually.

Education requirements

Most restaurants and kitchens will want their dishwashers to have a high school diploma. Depending on the restaurant, experience working in a commercial kitchen will also be a prerequisite.

Dishwasher job brief

We are searching for a new dishwasher to assist in the maintenance of the cleanliness and sanitation of our restaurant kitchen with the goal of streamlining the turnaround of our restaurant china and silverware and upholding our level of kitchen tidiness and organization. Responsibilities include washing and drying a variety of restaurant cutlery and dishes as well as maintaining a clean workspace.

So, what does a prep cook do?

Dishwasher responsibilities:

  • Rinse, dry, and organize a wide variety of glasses, dishes, plates, and other tableware
  • Sort dishes to be used by chefs for food preparation
  • Change dishwater in dish machine frequently
  • Maintain a clean individual workspace
  • Sweep and mop floors
  • Handle kitchen trash and remove trash when necessary
  • Follow other kitchen duties as requested by more senior kitchen staff

Dishwasher necessary skills:

  • Experience working in an industrial kitchen
  • Superior cleanliness habits
  • Great time management and organizational skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • High school diploma

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