Feb 262017

Duma Works is recruiting a Kitchen Assistant for our client; a leading provider of quality affordable food at your doorstep.

Summary: The kitchen assistant will help the chef in food preparation and maintaining cleanliness in the kitchen. Should be passionate about food and enjoy working in the kitchen.

Job Description

  • Assist the chef in preparing meals
  • Maintain proper hygiene standards in the kitchen
  • Ensure all meals are prepared and ready by the stipulated time for delivery to the outlets and customers
  • Help keep track of stock and inventory and report to the chef
  • Run errands as directed by the chef and/or supervisor
  • Prepare meals, strictly following the recipes given and maintain consistency of the same
  • Any other jobs as stipulated by supervisor


  • Excellent food preparation and cleaning skills
  • Creativity
  • Inventory Tracking (Can be trained)
  • Above 1 year experience in a similar role
  • Certificate in food and beverage production or related field

To Apply

Send a Cover Letter and detailed CV to marking the subject as “2699”, Your Full name & Phone number e.g. 2699 Barack Obama, +2547xxxxxxxx. If you don’t follow these instructions, your application will not go through.

Deadline for receiving applications: 10th March 2017

N.B.* You will receive a confirmation email and an alert to take a basic screening test over SMS or online. The email with the test may not arrive immediately. Please be patient. The email/SMS test will typically be 5-8 questions to help us understand your background. Regular SMS rates apply to the test. If you have any issues with the process, please reach out to +254702093793.

If you apply and don’t meet these minimum qualifications, we won’t be able to forward your application to the employer.

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