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Serving Assistant
 
Title: Serving Assistant
Category: Other
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £7.05 - £7.50
Salary per: hour
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Description:
Serving assistant – good hours – minimum wage – £7.05 – £7.50 an hour – No weekends! - temporary work but can be ongoing!

Company profile:

Need serving assistants to work in a busy staff canteen in an industrial estate. Typically working either 7am – 3pm or 4.30pm – 8pm. Must be flexible to work morning and evening shifts! You will be working on a temporary basis.

Responsible for:

- Greets all guests immediately they come in and when going.

- Thank the guests and invite them to return.

- Collect menu and return them to the Host Area when appropriate.

- Clean menus as required throughout the shift.

- Observe tables and take note of dirty, clean, and occupied tables.

- Keep the Host Area stocked with take-away menus, toothpicks, business cards, and other necessary items.

- Assist the servers by refilling beverages and water, processing payment, and running food to the tables if required.

- Assist servers in resetting and bussing tables.

- Inform management of guests who are unhappy with the service as quickly as possible.

- Maintain composed, professional and calm attitude at all times.

- Complete all side-work as directed.

- Assist in an entire team effort.

- Perform other duties as assigned.

If you’re interested in this position, or any others like this please get in touch with:

Ben Oughton

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