Banquet Server's- Part time - Immediate Openings
Location:
La Crosse , Wisconsin
Posted:
October 23, 2017
Reference:
USA/410601
Banquet servers, informally known as cater waiters, are wait staff that work for big catering events and banquets. This is different from restaurant servers, because there is typically only one service per event, and banquet servers will serve every table at the same time, from tens to hundreds of people. Working with the catering staff, who prepare each course at the same time, banquet servers must make sure each course is delivered as quickly as possible. Banquet servers keep glasses filled, remove each round of plates and answer any questions from guests. Some banquets servers will have to take orders for each table, if there are multiple meal choices.

After service, banquet servers are often responsible for clean up and breakdown of the service.

Manpower USA

Posted September 21, 2017
Banquet Server's- Part time - Immediate Openings
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Industry
Hospitality and Catering

Advert ID
USA/410601

Location
La Crosse

Job Type
Temporary

Hours
Part-Time

Salary Range
9.5 - 10.0 HOURLY

No. of Openings
5

Branch Information
La Crosse, WI - (USA) 9348 Highway 16 Suite 106 WI Onalaska , WI - 54650 Phone : 608-781-8899

ContactNumber
608-781-8899

Job Description
Banquet servers, informally known as cater waiters, are wait staff that work for big catering events and banquets. This is different from restaurant servers, because there is typically only one service per event, and banquet servers will serve every table at the same time, from tens to hundreds of people. Working with the catering staff, who prepare each course at the same time, banquet servers must make sure each course is delivered as quickly as possible. Banquet servers keep glasses filled, remove each round of plates and answer any questions from guests. Some banquets servers will have to take orders for each table, if there are multiple meal choices.

After service, banquet servers are often responsible for clean up and breakdown of the service.

Customer Service, lift up to 25#, Must wear all black attire. Previous waitress/waiter experience is desired; must be able to be on feet for entire shift, lift up to 25 lbs., and adhere to the dress code established which includes: black slacks (no jeans/sweatpants/yoga pants), black undershirt, and black shoes (tennis shoes ok, but must be all black), as well as provided uniform jacket. No dangling earrings/necklaces, open-toed shoes, overly long/inappropriate designs/obnoxious colored nails (French manicured/clear polish is ok); Should be well-mannered and present themselves as professionals.

Customer Service: Communication is key to banquet server jobs. You will need to listen to the customer's order, answer customer's questions, and more. You will need great listening and speaking skills, a friendly, relaxing demeanor, courteousness and quick service create a great dining experience for customers.
Stamina: Busy days on your feet, moving fast and carrying large trays of food are the trademark of a banquet server job.
Teamwork: Banquet servers are part of a team. You will be working with other servers and the cooking staff to make a great dining experience. Being a team player is essential.
Cleanliness: Nobody wants their food delivered by a someone untidy. Being clean and neat when serving food and drinks will help create a great first impression to your customers.


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