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Niseko, Hokkaido, Japan

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  1. Physical Stamina: Dishwashing can be physically demanding, requiring standing for long periods and lifting heavy racks of dishes, pots, and pans.

  2. Attention to Detail: Dishwashers need to pay attention to detail to ensure that dishes are thoroughly cleaned and sanitized according to health and safety standards.

  3. Efficiency: Dishwashers must work efficiently to keep up with the flow of dirty dishes coming from the kitchen and ensure that clean dishes are available when needed.

  4. Ability to Work in a Fast-Paced Environment: The job can be fast-paced, especially during peak dining hours, so dishwashers must be able to work quickly and effectively under pressure.

  5. Teamwork: Dishwashers often work as part of a team with kitchen staff, so the ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with coworkers is important.

  6. Reliability: Employers look for dishwashers who are dependable and punctual, as they play a crucial role in maintaining the cleanliness and smooth operation of the kitchen.

  7. Adherence to Safety and Hygiene Standards: Dishwashers must follow proper safety and hygiene protocols to prevent accidents and ensure the cleanliness of dishes and utensils.

  8. Flexibility: Dishwashers may be required to work evenings, weekends, and holidays, so flexibility in scheduling is often necessary.

  9. Basic Communication Skills: While not always required, basic communication skills may be necessary for interacting with kitchen staff and supervisors.

  10. Willingness to Learn: Dishwashers should be open to learning new tasks and techniques to improve their efficiency and effectiveness in the role.

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