Food & Beverage Directer

May 29, 2017
Duties: 

Food and Beverage is what adds flavor to a stay! Guests love to enjoy delicious, freshly-prepared and beautifully presented food. To deliver a great guest experience – A Restaurant Server will serve food and beverages in a timely manner, helping guests to have memorable experiences whenever and wherever they dine.

  • Greet and welcome all guests and take beverage and food orders in a prompt and professional manner
  • Be attentive to guest’s needs
  • Prepare food and beverages for service to guests and present food according to established health and             presentation standards
  • Monitor guest behavior and guest alcohol consumption to determine when alcohol service to the guest should         cease; notify management of incidents involving excessive alcohol consumption or impaired condition of guests;         check identification whenever the age of a guest requesting an alcoholic beverage service is questionable
  • Clear and clean tables in a prompt and efficient manner.  Clean and/or wipe down tables, chairs, walls, windows,         mirrors, and floors as necessary
  • Perform department/outlet opening or closing duties as required.  Ensure that wait staff stations are clean and maintained throughout shift
  • Follow hotel safety protocols and procedures at all times. Immediately report any safety/service incident     to the Supervisor or Manager on duty
  • Take action to solve guest problems/complaints and use established guidelines for any service recovery     to ensure guest satisfaction
  • Work as team and communicate and co-ordinate with other departments to ensure excellent quality and service 
  • May receive guest payments and process transactions as outlined in the cash and charge procedures as needed
  • May assist with other duties as assigned

 

Qualifications: 

Basic reading and writing.  Food service experience with general knowledge of restaurant operations preferred. Must be at the minimum age to serve alcohol in line with any local legislative requirements.

  • Carrying or lifting items weighing up to 50 pounds / 23 kilograms
  • Moving about the restaurant
  • Handling food objects; plates, trays, glasses, etc.
  • Bending, stooping, kneeling

 

Requirements: 
  • Being passionate about people and service
  • Communication skills are used frequently when interacting with guests, wait staff, cooks, and supervisor.
  • Ability to comply to local laws regarding food handling or serving of alcohol
  • Reading and writing abilities are used often when taking orders, completing paperwork, etc.
  • Basic math skills are frequently used when handling cash and credit
  • Have the ability to work a flexible schedule including nights, weekends and/or holidays
Geographic Location: 
Clinton, NJ.