Serving food and beverages to guests is a good idea. You can arrange tables according to the type of event or service standards. Answer questions on menu selections. Talk to the kitchen about menu selections, wait times, re-cook orders, product availability, and other questions. Notify the kitchen of any special requests, allergies, dietary restrictions, or other requirements. At the time of ordering, record transactions in MICROS. To ensure that guests are satisfied with their food and/or beverage, check in with them. Ensure cleanliness in all areas of the workplace, including china and glass. Close the office by turning off lights and restocking all items. Present a physical and exact check to the guest and make payment.
Follow company safety and security procedures. Report accidents, injuries and unsafe work conditions immediately to your manager. Complete safety training and certifications. Maintain a professional appearance, and confidentiality of company information and ensure that your uniform is clean and professional. All guests should be acknowledged and welcomed according to company standards. Use clear, professional language when speaking with others. Establish and maintain positive working relationships, support your team to achieve common goals, and listen to and respond to other employees' concerns. Respect quality standards and expectations. Information in many formats can be read and verified visually (e.g. small print). For a prolonged period of time, stand, sit or walk, or for the entire work day. Lift, move, pull, push, pull, or place objects less than 25 pounds. With assistance, objects over 50 pounds can be placed. Fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination are required to grasp, turn and manipulate objects of different sizes and weights. You can also move over uneven, slippery, and sloping surfaces, as well as up and downward stairs or service ramps. Reach above and below your knees. Bending, twisting and pulling are all possible. As requested by Supervisors, perform other reasonable job duties.