What does a Dishwasher do?
Dishwashers are responsible for ensuring the cleanliness and sanitization of dishes, tableware, glassware, pots, pans, and utensils through manual and machine cleaning methods. Additionally, dishwashers are expected to keep the dishwarshing area clean and safe.
Dishwashers generally have a high school diploma or equivalent. Many dishwashers enhance their employability by getting a food handler certification card, which is obtained by taking a short course or program that covers food safety. Dishwashers need strong prioritization and organizational skills.
Average Base Pay
“Good for extra money but nothing to live off of unless you are a cook.”
“Good People to Work with but I felt like my time wasn't being valued and nothing changed no matter how hard I worked.”
“she is nice and gives good pay”
“well i mean its great pay but when u don't do right in one department u will be switched to the dishes.”
“People here are really nice and fun to work with.”
“People are nice and fun to work with.”
“It was good and people were nice.”
“Good fast nice clean first”
Frequently asked questions about the roles and responsibilities of a dishwasher
When working as a dishwasher, the most common skills you will need to perform your job and for career success are Time Management, Excellent Communication, Strong WORK Ethic, Urgency, and English Language.
- Line Cook
- Prep Cook
The most common qualifications to become a dishwasher include a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and an average of 0 - 1 years of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.