Barnes-Jewish Hospital at Washington University Medical Center is the largest hospital in Missouri and is ranked as one of the nation's top hospitals by U.S. News & World Report. Barnes-Jewish Hospital's staff is composed of full-time academic faculty and community physicians of Washington University School of Medicine, supported by a house staff of residents, interns, fellows and other medical professionals. Recognizing its excellence in nursing care, Barnes-Jewish Hospital was the first adult hospital in Missouri to be certified as a Magnet Hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
The Environmental Health and Safety Department directs the development and implementation of hospital regulatory and accreditation compliance programming in the areas of Environmental Health & Safety, Occupational Health, Workers Compensation, Emergency Preparedness and Licensing and Accreditation. This department acts on behalf of Barnes-Jewish Hospital as an external liaison to all federal, state and municipal regulatory agencies which mandate and enforce worker and environmental health and safety laws. The department works directly with these agencies in the areas of strategic planning, policy development, documentation, permitting, reporting and audits. The department also leads the multi-disciplinary effort of hazard facility surveillance, risk management, data collection, analysis and continuous quality improvement in the areas of Life Safety, Critical Utilities, Public Safety, Emergency Response, Hazardous Materials, Waste Management and Injury Prevention. The department shares the responsibilities of Radiation Safety Compliance Program with WUSM Radiation Safety Department. The Department of Environmental Health and Safety coordinates where applicable safety activities with Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis Children's Hospital, Barnes-Jewish Extended Care and Orthopedic Center. Also, within the department's scope is the collaboration with project management teams for new/ongoing construction and renovation, acting in the role of the duly authorized safety officer of Barnes-Jewish Hospital.
Performs a variety of food service production activities such as pre-preparation and preparation of hot and cold foods for patient services, retail and catering operations following all dietary requirements. Properly handles and stores food per applicable regulatory requirements.
Preps and prepares food items by cutting, chopping, slicing, dicing, pureeing, marinating, etc. This includes washing, peeling, cutting, seeding vegetables/fruits, along with weighing and measuring designated ingredients.
Follows standardized recipes, producing food items by utilizing various cooking techniques such as saut�ing, broiling, braising, blanching, baking, grilling, deep fat frying, and steaming using a variety of institutional equipment while meeting proper food quality and proper serving temperatures.
Properly chills and stores foods in designated areas following all labeling, dating, food safety guidelines and rotation procedures as well as completing designated food safety quality control logs.
Ensures compliance of special dietary requirements, nutritional restrictions, allergens, modified textures and other special dietary needs.
Cleans kitchen equipment, appliances, and work areas to ensure conformance to the highest level of sanitation.
High School Diploma or GED
Licenses & Certifications
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At BJC we’re committed to providing you and your family with benefits and resources to help you manage your physical, emotional, social and financial well-being.
Comprehensive medical, dental, vison, life insurance, and legal services available first day of the month after hire date
Disability insurance* paid for by BJC
Pension Plan*/403(b) Plan funded by BJC
401(k) plan with BJC match
Tuition Assistance available on first day
BJC Institute for Learning and Development
Health Care and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
Paid Time Off benefit combines vacation, sick days, holidays and personal time
The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees in this position. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job. Equal Opportunity Employer
BJC HealthCare is one of the largest nonprofit health care organizations in the United States, delivering services to residents primarily in the greater St. Louis, southern Illinois and southeast Missouri regions. With net revenues of $5.5 billion and more than 30,000 employees, BJC serves patients and their families in urban, suburban and rural communities through its 15 hospitals and multiple community health locations. Services include inpatient and outpatient care, primary care, community health and wellness, workplace health, home health, community mental health, rehabilitation, long-term care and hospice.
BJC is the largest provider of charity care, unreimbursed care and community benefits in the state of Missouri. BJC and its hospitals and health service organizations provide $785.9 million annually in community benefit. That includes $410.6 million in charity care and other financial assistance to patients to ensure medical care regardless of their ability to pay. In addition, BJC provides additional community benefits through commitments to research, emergency preparedness, regional health care safety net services, health literacy, community outreach and community healt...h programs and regional economic development.
BJC’s patients have access to the latest advances in medical science and technology through a formal affiliation between Barnes-Jewish Hospital and St. Louis Children’s Hospital with the renowned Washington University School of Medicine, which consistently ranks among the top medical schools in the country.