Cook

Category
Cook
Address
23030 Indian Creek Drive
Location : Postal Code
20166

Store Location

US-VA-Sterling

Overview

Cracker Barrel is hosting hiring events every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 1-5 pm in September at all of our store locations! Complete your job application and swing by your store during one of our events. We're interviewing and hiring on the spot! Come by and see us! 

As a Cook, you know that our food is at the core of who we are. Whether you’re flipping pancakes as a Grill Cook; prepping fresh salads and desserts as a Prep Cook; or hand-rolling buttermilk biscuits as a Backup Cook, you’ll make sure our guests leave full and happy every time.

Responsibilities

As a member of our kitchen team, you will use Cracker Barrel’s recipes and methods of food preparation to whip up our full menu of Southern favorites. In this role, you will please our guests by correctly preparing menu items to our high standards of professional cooking. You will also meet company standards of quality, safety, cleanliness and hospitality in providing guests with the most satisfactory food possible. As a Cook, you will have flexible hours (full or part time) and the opportunity for promotion and continued development!

Qualifications

You will need to be 18 years old, able to stand for long periods, work in a variety of environments, be expected to lift, load and carry up to 40 pounds, and work with hot and cold food items. You must be able to understand and carry out instructions while working effectively with co-workers and managers to please our guests.

 

We’d love to get to know you! Text “CBJOBS” to 97211 to start your application or click “Apply for the job online” above.

 

NOTE:  Racism, either overt or perpetuated through unconscious bias, has no place at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, and both our Mission and People Promise are firmly rooted in the principle of valuing what everyone brings to the table. Our employees work hard to ensure that our brand, which is grounded in genuine hospitality and nostalgia, represents only what is good about those things. While our décor and food may harken back to earlier times, our inclusive culture and beliefs about equality and diversity do not. 

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