The food service and hospitality industry prefer only the best applicants in terms of manners, personal appearance, etiquette and skills.
Waiters work at hotels and restaurants where their main job is to greet customers, escort them to their tables, provide menus and take orders. They coordinate their work with other waiters, servers, bartenders, managers and kitchen staff to ensure customers receive the best services. Waiters are expected to provide customers with information on daily specials and deals and often suggest food items. They offer welcome drinks to customers and serve drinks according to customers’ personal preferences.
•At least 21 years of age
•Knowledge of hygiene and sanitation standards
•Knowledge of food and health codes
•Working knowledge of beer, wine, liquor and common beverages
•working knowledge of food preparation
•Fluent in English (speak, read and write)
•Flexible and willing to work different schedules
•Ability to multi-task
•Adaptability and appreciation of diversity
•Accuracy and attention to detail
•Honesty and integrity
•Sense of urgency
•High energy level