Attire: Employees should present a good appearance, including good personal grooming and hygiene, appropriate dress for the work being performed, and by wearing proper identification. Shirts, Tops, Blouses, and Jackets – Solid color professional shirts, sweaters, tops, polo-type shirts and jackets are acceptable attire for work. Necklines should be conservative and not revealing in nature. Pants and Trousers – Trousers and khakis that are dark in color are acceptable. Denim pants (of any color) are not acceptable to wear in the workplace. Pants must be worn at the waist. Clothing with advertising logos, potentially obscene or offensive logos, pictures, sports teams, cartoons, slogans, language or logos promoting alcohol, tobacco, or drug products are not allowed. Slip-resistant footwear shall be clean, in good repair, provide for adequate safety, and appropriate to the departmental needs. Headwear - Employees who are required by their religion to wear head attire may do
Wear black non-slip shoes
No parking available
About Instawork Gigs
Instawork is the best place for hospitality workers to find temporary jobs on-demand.
From Michelin-star restaurants to small coffee shops, Instawork makes it easy for bartenders, cooks, servers, dishwashers and other experienced hospitality workers to find work at local businesses and earn up to $30/hr on a flexible schedule.
No interviews or paper resumes. Just book the gig in the app and show up to do the work.
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A general labor role refers to a laborer whose primary responsibility is preparing for a larger scale event.
General labour responsibilities:
Provides quality customer service by providing one-on-one attention to detail. Cleans and polishes furniture and fixtures. Performs minor repairs to doors, fixtures and furniture. Records information from meters and gauges at specified intervals to verify operating conditions. Makes adjustments and minor repairs to heating, cooling, ventilating, plumbing and electrical systems. Regularly replaces HVAC air filters. Monitors building security and safety by performing such tasks as locking doors after operating hours and checking electrical appliance use to ensure that hazards are not created. Moves heavy furniture, equipment and supplies either manually or by using hand trucks. Mows and trims lawns and shrubbery, using mowers and hand and power trimmers; clears debris. Notifies managers about the need for major repairs or additions to building operating systems. Drives vehicles required to perform work. Sets up, arranges and removes decorations, tables, chairs, ladders and scaffolding to prepare facilities for events. Ad-hoc cleaning of building floors by sweeping, mopping, scrubbing or vacuuming; gathers and empties trash; services, cleans and supplies restrooms. Performs other duties as assigned.