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Banquet Server Required for Top Colorado Hotel

Banquet Server Required for Top Colorado Hotel

Author -  Pops

Position: Banquet Server
Department: food and Beverage
Start Date: Any time
Pay Rate: $2.17/hour + service charge (average of $19 per hour)
Min Contract Length: 12 months



Description:


Responsible for serving meals at meeting functions throughout the property.


Essential Functions:


Ensure tables are neatly and appropriately set. Place orders and serves food/beverages including alcoholic beverages. Maintain stations. respond to guest’s needs and assist fellow staff. Bus and resets tables. Stacks dishes on tray in orderly manner. Must remain available on the floor to perform additional duties upon reuest/ Clean work area and maintains hotels service standards and history of grounds.


Experience/Requirements:


While performing the duties the employee is required to stand, walk talk and hear. The employee is frequently required to sit and occasionally required to reach, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee is regularly required to lift up to 25 pounds and occasionally up to 50 pounds.

These are just for tertiary students and recent tertiary graduates.
https://www.iwh.co.nz/usa-options/uni-gap-year-work-usa/colorado-resort-placement

Banquet Server Required for Top Colorado Hotel

Responsible for serving meals at meeting functions throughout the property.

Position: Banquet Server
Department: food and Beverage
Start Date: Any time
Pay Rate: $2.17/hour + service charge (average of $19 per hour)
Min Contract Length: 12 months



Description:


Responsible for serving meals at meeting functions throughout the property.


Essential Functions:


Ensure tables are neatly and appropriately set. Place orders and serves food/beverages including alcoholic beverages. Maintain stations. respond to guest’s needs and assist fellow staff. Bus and resets tables. Stacks dishes on tray in orderly manner. Must remain available on the floor to perform additional duties upon reuest/ Clean work area and maintains hotels service standards and history of grounds.


Experience/Requirements:


While performing the duties the employee is required to stand, walk talk and hear. The employee is frequently required to sit and occasionally required to reach, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee is regularly required to lift up to 25 pounds and occasionally up to 50 pounds.

These are just for tertiary students and recent tertiary graduates.
https://www.iwh.co.nz/usa-options/uni-gap-year-work-usa/colorado-resort-placement
Banquet Server Required for Top Colorado Hotel

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