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i) Kitchen hand

  • Kitchen hand with the daily operations and maintenance of the kitchen. Their duties can vary, but typically include:

Cleaning the kitchen, including floors, surfaces, equipment, and utensils. 

Washing dishes, glasses, cutlery, and other kitchenware using industrial dishwashers or by hand. 

Assisting with basic food preparation, such as peeling vegetables, chopping ingredients, and making sauces. 

Ensuring that the kitchen is stocked with necessary supplies and ingredients, and they organize the pantry, fridge, and freezer. 

Disposing of food waste and other trash, and they ensure that recycling and composting procedures are followed. 

Assist with maintaining kitchen equipment, such as ovens, stovetops, and grills, by cleaning and performing basic maintenance tasks. 

Assisting chefs and cooks with food preparation, plating, and serving. 

Follow safety and hygiene procedures to ensure that food is prepared and stored safely. 

Overall, kitchen hands are an essential part of a well-functioning commercial kitchen or restaurant, and they play a critical role in maintaining a clean and efficient working environment. 


To be eligible candidate, minimum requirements are certificate III in kitchen operations or prior experience is preferable or No experience required (provided trainings).


ii) Cleaning

  • Cleaner plays a major role in maintaining clean, safe, and hygienic to staff and patients in variety of settings which varies from the needs of their clients. The key’s responsibilities include 7 procedures:  

Cleaning and disinfecting surfaces, including floors, walls, windows, and furniture. 

Vacuuming and mopping floors, removing stains, and ensuring that floors are clean and safe to walk on. 

Dusting and polishing surfaces such as furniture, mirrors, and fixtures to maintain a clean and attractive appearance. 

Ensuring that supplies such as toilet paper, soap, and paper towels are fully stocked and available for use. 

Disposing waste, including trash, recyclables, and hazardous materials. 

Operating a variety of cleaning equipment, including vacuums, floor buffers, and pressure washers. 

Reporting any maintenance issues, such as broken equipment or damage to property, to their supervisor. 

Overall, cleaners maintain a professional appearance and have good communication skills to interact with clients and co-workers.  


To be eligible candidate, the minimum educational & training requirements are successful complete on of year 10 or equivalent and 2 years plus experience.


iii) Driver

  • A driver is responsible for operating a vehicle to transport goods, materials, or people from one place to another. They must have a valid driver’s license and a good driving record, as well as knowledge of traffic laws and safety procedures. Drivers may work for a variety of organizations, including delivery companies, transportation services, or private individuals. The main duties of a driver include:

Operating a vehicle safely and efficiently 

Loading and unloading cargo or passengers 

Planning routes and navigating to destinations 

Ensuring the vehicle is in good working condition and reporting any problems. 

Maintaining records such as mileage and fuel consumption 

Following traffic laws and safety procedures 

Communicating effectively with customers or passenger. 


To be an eligible candidate must have a valid driver’s license, a comprehensive car insurance, physically fit, must be able to communicate effectively and dependability is therefore a key requirement for this job.