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Sous Chef 1 Full-Time

Category: Food & Beverage
City: Carlyle, Saskatchewan, Canada
Job Number: J0614-1568
Salary Range: $22.71 - 28.39
Closing Date: 24/07/2014

Sharing Success... through the provision of superior gaming operations services. With gross revenues in excess of 240 million dollars annually, SIGA is Saskatchewan's largest and most successful employer of First Nations people. SIGA is currently looking for creative, motivated, passionate, and energetic individuals to join our team.

Main Duties
Reporting to the Food and Beverage Manager, this position delivers quality, value priced dining, by ensuring that quality food is produced to meet restaurant, catering and deli needs, and assisting with kitchen management. Responsibilities include: Seasoning and cooking food in a wide variety of preparations. Supervising day to day kitchen operations, to ensure efficient and timely production of quality food. Communicating and monitoring compliance with quality standards, food safety procedures, OH&S, and SIGA/Food & Beverage policies. Assisting the Executive Chef and Food & Beverage Manager with staffing and performance management. Carrying out a wide variety of administrative tasks. Handling other related tasks as required, to produce quality meals for Casino guests.

Successful completion of Grade 12 or GED or a combination of relevant education, training and/or experience. Successful completion of Food Safe Certification

Experience in the food and beverage industry; assisting with recruitment, training and coaching of staff while in a supervisory role; purchasing and receiving products and inventory control.

Knowledge of SIGA's guiding principles, structure, and First Nations culture.
Knowledge of safe food handling practices.
Knowledge of food and beverage operations, including provincial legislation/regulations.

Skills and Abilities
Ability to support change with optimism and openness.
Ability to communicate clearly and accurately, in both written and verbal form.
Ability to support and engage employees to provide exceptional customer service/hospitality.
Ability to exercise judgement regarding day-to-day priorities and situations.
Ability to facilitate progress toward team or unit goals, by promoting accountability and alignment among team members.
Ability to build and maintain strong working relationships with other departments and units.
Ability to effectively supervise others to ensure accuracy and quality of work.

Personal Suitability
All SIGA employees must embrace cultural diversity and mutual respect in the workplace.

Condition of Employment
Must consent to a background check in order to qualify as a gaming employee
Must obtain and maintain a gaming employee Certificate of Registration from the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA)
Must be 19 years of age or older

Other Information
Irregular hours including evenings, nights, weekends and holidays
Could be exposed to high noise levels and sharp objects
Steam/Heat/Moisture (grills, ovens, fryers, boiling water, hot pans and plates up to 500F)
Chemical substances (cleaners, detergents)
Congested workplace
Slippery floors
Strict dress code
Standing/Walking (continual except for breaks)
Repetitive motion/Coordination of fine or coarse movements (food preparation, knife skills)
Lifting (up to 50 lbs, i.e. food inventory, bus tubs)

As a First Nations owned and operated organization, we take great pride in being a leader in employing First Nations people and the positive impacts generated by the employment opportunities SIGA has to offer. We are looking for qualified, motivated and committed individuals who want to work toward the betterment of First Nations people. SIGA offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.


  • Adaptable to Change
  • Communication
  • Customer Service
  • Decision making
  • Results Orientation
  • Working with others

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You must be 19 years of age to work in the Saskatchewan Gaming Industry

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