Waitstaff - Part-Time - Plimmerton

Waitstaff - Part-Time - Plimmerton


Waitstaff - Part-Time - Plimmerton

Details of the offer

This employer is looking for a confident and hardworking student to help in a bustling Indian restaurant in Plimmerton.
You MUST be able to work on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, around 5:30 - 9 pm. (Please be flexible on the end time as it depends on how busy the restaurant is). Other shifts throughout the week and additional hours are also available if interested.
Your main duties will involve cash handling, payment processing, serving food, cleaning tables and re-setting tables, as well as attending to phone calls. You will need: At least 6 months of experience in a waitstaff role Good communication skills Availability on the days outlined Your own transport to and from the location in Whitby - there might be late shifts to consider with transport. Must be able to commit working till March 2020 and ideally beyond
If you are interested and able to commit till March 2020, apply now!

Source: Sjs_Co


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