• Line Cook - a line cook may be responsible for one or multiple areas of the kitchen, such as the grill or fryer, depending upon the size and scale of the restaurant.
  • Dishwasher - dishwashers are not only responsible for making sure dishware is spotless, but they must also keep the kitchen clean and clear of garbage and hazardous clutter.
  • Server - responsible for taking orders in a friendly manner, reporting orders to the kitchen, and calculating the bill, servers play an essential role in any casual or fine dining restaurant.
  • Busser - responsible for clearing and cleaning tables to prepare for the next customer. They may also assist servers by filling water glasses for customers.
  • Maître D’ - The maître d’ is the first face customers see when they enter a fine dining establishment. Maître d’s must arrange reservations and seat guests, but are also responsible for management duties in the dining room, including creating a schedule for the wait staff. The maître d’ ensures customer satisfaction above all, making it an extremely important part of any fine dining experience.
  • Guest Service Agent - primary responsibilities include: registering guests, making and modifying reservations, hotel operator, and concierge duties. guest service agents must possess a positive and upbeat personality with a desire to deliver outstanding customer service to our guests. Guest service agents must have the ability to multi-task, be detail-oriented, and be able to problem solve in order to effectively deal with internal and external customers.
  • Night Auditor - primary responsibilities include: registering guests, making reservations, preparing daily reports, balancing transactions, and conducting security walks. Night auditors must be able to work independently and with minimal supervision.
  • Houseperson - responsible for maintaining the cleanliness and appearance of the hotel and providing customers with quality service in a timely and friendly manner.
  • Room Attendant - responsibilities include: servicing guest rooms daily in accordance with hotel procedures, stocking cart with room supplies, and replacing bed linens and replenishing guest room supplies. This position requires strong attention to detail, the ability to bend, lift, and be standing or walking all day.
  • Assistant Maintenance - the assistant maintenance position requires overall maintenance knowledge and trouble shooting ability with skills in painting, HVAC, carpentry, equipment, and tool usage.

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