ESL - Equipment, Sanitation and Liquid
Prepare food and beverages for United’s passengers
Have you always wondered how the food gets to the planes? Did you know that United Airlines has a Catering Division? Are you all about quality and freshness when you prepare food? Would you love to help make travel more enjoyable? Do you like working in a close-knit environment where co-workers feel like your second family? If so, consider a future with United Airlines. We’re looking for a part-time Agent - ESL to join our Catering Operations team in Denver at DEN.
As a member of the Production Team, you’ll have a wide variety of duties in a number of areas:
Food: You’ll pack hot and cold food & beverages, slice and prepare meats, vegetables, and mix ingredients for salads and sandwiches; and wrap and pack food to prepare for delivery to our planes. Follow diagram specifications for accurate packing of required product and equipment to be placed on a specific flight. Operate a silverware bagging machine and store and organize equipment according to customer specifications including special meals and service items. Prepare and pack equipment with the required product that is specified for a specific flight following menus and portion specifications including special meals and service items. Transport completed carriers and/or beverage carts to area. Follow and comply to all Food Safety Regulations.
Beverages: You’ll maintain beverage inventory in specified work area and pack beverages for our flights.
Sanitation: You will separate trash from inbound equipment and place it in proper containers; wash, maintain and operate equipment; and operate a silverware bagging machine. Place dirty equipment in appropriate machine and/or containers provided for the specific equipment. Place trash in appropriate container (domestic and/or international). Comply to all CBP and USDA requirements. Separates trash from inbound equipment (ovens, carriers, carts, glasses, silverware, and linen).
The place where it all happens
Safety is our top priority and we work hard to protect each other every day.
Working here is all about teamwork and attitude. You’ll find we move quickly and pull together to deliver for our passengers, every day.
Our facility includes both our warehouse and kitchens and is located near the airport.
You may be required to work in areas that are from 35 to 55 degrees. We provide insulated clothing to keep you comfortable, hairnets and guards for facial hair to ensure a sanitary environment and lab coats for those working in the freezer.
This role is responsible for completion of tasks based on their training and ensuring compliance with all food safety policies and requirements at all times.
Many routes to success
We offer excellent training, and you will receive strong support from your supervisor and team members.
You’ll have excellent opportunities to grow and challenge yourself, and ultimately, advance within your area or to different departments within our kitchen or warehouse after one year of service in your position
You will be eligible for promotion based on performance.
Flexibility and dependability are essential
Based on seniority, you will be assigned an initial schedule designed to meet our needs at the airport.
We operate 24 hours a day, so you must be available for day and night shifts, plus weekends and holidays; however, we offer six-month shift rotations and two consecutive days off.
You will be required to work overtime, when necessary.
Punctuality and reliability are essential - we've got flight schedules to meet with no delays!
The rewards for your strong work ethic
Starting pay is $14.77 with periodic increases
Great benefits, including several plan options
401(k) and profit sharing
Flight privileges from day one: you and your family can fly anywhere in the world on stand-by
Time off: you can earn vacation days based on length of service with the option to purchase additional vacation, if needed
Perfect attendance incentives
A meal and free parking
Yearly stipend/allowance for uniforms and safety shoes
A few additional requirements
High school diploma or GED preferred
Minimum of 18 years of age
Ability to read, write and speak English fluently
Basic math skills
Attention to detail
The ability to understand weights and measures (training is provided)
The physical strength to lift, carry, push and pull up to 60 pounds, as well as be on your feet for an extended period of time
Frequent repetitive motion, reaching, bending, and handling.
Ability to withstand heights as high as 20+ feet
Must clear a fingerprint-based criminal history check and drug screen
Legal authorization to work in the United States without sponsorship