Attire: Black dress pants (no jeans), black socks, black non-slip shoes; a shirt will be provided. No visual tattoos or facial piercings. - Attire: All individuals will be issued a uniform shirt at the beginning of your shift and are required to leave a picture I.D. The uniform will be your responsibility as long as you have agreed to the work schedule. You must return it on a daily basis at the end of your shift. The uniforms and nametags are the property of Centerplate and are not to be kept.
Wear black non-slip shoes
You will be working as a beverage busser and will be designated specific tasks, department, and manager on site when you check in with Maria. This gig may require very heavy lifting (50lbs - 100lbs+); and lots of walking (the convention center is 3.2 million square feet). Regarding work cards: you are required to have a Health Card for this gig. The health department will be checking daily. You MUST have your cards in your pocket during your time at work.Regarding bags/backpacks/lunchbags: To ensure a safer work environment, bags in the workplace are required to be clear/see through. This includes but is not limited to all employee handbags, purses, backpacks, and lunch bags.
Free parking available
Use back door
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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:
Provide service to customers, finding requested items and bringing them to the customer’s table in an efficient and timely manner. Clean down tables between customers using dampened cloths and other supplies to ensure a hygienic dining environment. Replace used condiments, soiled tablecloths, silverware and linens so that each customer has what they need for their meal. Bring food and beverages to and from the kitchen or serving counters, including pitching in to assist the wait staff during busy shifts to reduce the customer wait time and ensure all meals are served hot and fresh. Offer customers complementary items such as rolls and water as soon as the patrons sit down. Ensure that the stock area remains adequately stocked with clean linens, silverware, glassware, trays, dishes and more so there is no downtime when serving customers. Keep the dining area clean, which may include vacuuming, mopping, wiping down counters and other duties as required. Maintain communication with the servers, hosts, chefs and other staff members to ensure an efficient working relationship.