Line Cook
Hatchet Resort

The Hatchet Resort near Grand Teton and Yellowstone Is Looking for Seasonal Help

Located 6 miles from Grand Teton National Park


Line Cook

Hatchet Resort
Jackson Hole, Wyoming - 6 miles from Moran Junction
Some experience required
Start Date:
Job starts in about 1 month (Apr 27, 2018)

When was the last time that you enjoyed the nation's first National Park as your backyard for the summer? Our colleagues work in one of the most beautiful Parks in the country and don't need to travel more than three miles to hike, bike & explore Grand Teton & Yellowstone!

Let the rest of Jackson Hole hunt down housing to work in the area, we've got yours right here at the Hatchet. Avoid the commute by taking advantage of our exclusive accommodations for full-time colleagues. Delicious homemade meals and flexible hours are also part of our package to the most qualified candidates.

Meet and interact with folks from all over the world while sharing the historic Hatchet with them! Our resort was built before most of your parents were born, 1950. The origins of the motor court concept evolved into what we now recognize as today's motel.

If you're looking for an immersive hospitality experience, complete with elk, moose, deer, and an occasional bear - look no further.

We work hard so we can play even harder!

We offer employee housing for the right candidate at a cost of $19.00 per day. This includes all meals and utilities including internet access.

Responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Station Set Up - Set up your station before the start of service including all supplies and any items that need to be prepped.
  • Prepping Food - You will be asked to prep food for service each day.  This can mean chopping vegetables, butchering meat, or preparing sauces.  Depending on the needs of the kitchen, you may also be asked to prepare items for other stations or for special events.
  • Cooking - During meal service, the line cook is responsible for preparing the items requested from his or her station.  This requires working with other cooks in the kitchen to make sure that food is ready at the right time, in the right order so that it arrives at the guests' table ready to eat and at the right temperature.
  • Clean Up - At the end of service, the line cook is responsible for cleaning his or her station, and will be asked to help other cooks clean up their stations.  This means disposing of garbage, cleaning utensils, pots, and pans, and cleaning cooking surfaces. Ours is a team environment.
  • Stocking - The line cook is also called on to unload delivery trucks and store inventory correctly.  This can mean stocking pantries or walk-in refrigerators, or simply inventorying items and reporting to the Kitchen Manager.

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