Position Description: Under the direction of the Food and Beverage Manager and Supervisors,provide our customers with courteous and gracious service. Under the direction of the dining room manager, participates in setting up the dining room with appropriate tables and chairs, flatware, china, glassware and linen. Serves food and beverages to members and guests and clears and cleans tables. Arranges dining room tables and chairs as specified in the daily banquet orders.
Serve customers, as banquet server or as an attendant for buffet setup. Gather and set up all the items that are indispensable for a banquet event, such as china, silverware, linen, decoration and props, food and drinks. Set up and breakdown banquet room, according to Banquet Event Order(BEO). Serve wine, beer, cocktails in the bar and lounge area. Ensure that all food items are completed according to schedule and presented to customers at the proper temperature and with the appropriate garnishment. Store, seal, and label food for storage. Set-up and maintain cleanliness of work areas (main dining room and banquet rooms). Maintain cleanliness and storage of preparation equipment, plates, silverware,glassware, pots, pans and service utensils. Assist in organization of refrigerator and storage rooms. Remove all trash from kitchen counters.Other duties as assigned. Delivers food from the kitchen and servesmembers and guests according to Faculty Center standards. Removes soiled linen and dishes from tables and replaces with clean linen and tableware.
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