Please arrive in a black shirt/black pants/black shoes and enter via the loading dock at 55 Purchase St for 1 International Place. Check-in with security in the loading dock and proceed to the 5th floor. Follow the signs to the kitchen. Safari will be in the kitchen.
Before the food arrives: clean the area, set up chafing dishes, layout dish cards and menus /cutlery/napkins/plates/etc. When the food arrives: Direct the vendor where to set up, create a nice presentation for food (logical order), add serving utensils to every dish, make sure the food is in a logical order, send Platterz a photo of the food set up. Serving: Serve, replenish food as needed, keep the area clean, be able to identify dietary (veg, gluten-free, etc.) End of service: Take a picture of the leftover food, provide client feedback (What dishes went too fast, what they had leftovers of), wash chafing dishes, through away food if instructed, wipe the area, put away equipment, and leave the area clean.
No parking available
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Se habla español.
A Busser/Food Runner role refers to a front of house worker whose primary responsibility is to support the servers of the job site.
Busser/Food runner responsibilities:
Preparing for guests by cleaning and setting tables Setting up any seasonal decorations, candles, or table cloths Greeting patrons, and if needed, escorting guests to tables Assisting guests by providing menus; keeping menus clean and presentable Serving water to guests and refilling beverage glasses as needed Placing and replacing silverware as needed Delivering beverages from the bartender Stocking wait staff serving stations with napkins, utensils, trays, condiments, and salt and pepper containers Removing guests’ dirty dishes and utensils Delivering used dishes and utensils to the kitchen for cleaning Assisting dishwashers to scrape, stack, or load dishes into dishwasher as needed Vacuuming, sweeping, or mopping dining room Removing trash and recycling; replacing trash bags Cleaning up guest spills as needed Directing guests to restrooms or exits as needed Clearing table as guests complete their meals and preparing tables for next guests Following and maintaining all sanitation and safety procedures Performing closing activities such as cleaning chairs and tables, stacking chairs, preparing stations for morning shift Additional duties may include assisting kitchen staff with preparing ingredients and cleaning kitchen surfaces.