Fast Food Cook

Fast Food Cooks prepare a restricted range of foods in fast food establishments.
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$927 per week
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    Overview

    Fast Food Cooks prepare a restricted range of foods in fast food establishments.

    Day-to-day

    • taking and serving food and beverage orders, and receiving payment from customers
    • preparing food such as hamburgers, pizzas, fish and chips
    • washing, cutting, measuring and mixing foods for cooking
    • operating cooking equipment such as grills, microwaves and deep-fat fryers
    • cleaning food preparation areas, cooking surfaces and utensils
    • ordering and taking delivery of fast food ingredients
    • may arrange delivery of prepared food and beverages.

    Considerations

    • Irregular hours

    To become a Fast Food Cook

    • You can work as a Fast Food Cook without formal qualifications. Some on the job training may be provided. A Vocational Education and Training (VET) course in cookery or hospitality might be helpful.

      Take a Certificate III in Commercial Cookery

    Skills employers are looking for

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