The Peachtree Cafe Lawrenceville, GA, USA
Feb 25, 2020Full time
The Peachtree Cafe is hosting a job fair January 7th 30 s Clayton Street Lawrenceville GA 30046 9am-1pm Looking to fill the following positions: HOST: First impressions count! Your smiling face is the first thing guests interact with upon walking in the door. It's your job to make them feel welcome and generally glad they came. It's also your job to seat them quickly and efficiently, and to give them a genuine thank you as they walk out the door. And on top of seating guests, you're also assisting servers and communicating with them in terms of party counts and seating so that everything runs smoothly. Hosts can make a guest experience-and being a host can be a lot of fun! SERVER: We want you to be the kind of server you'd want to have. After all, you know that having a great server can make or break the experience. So keep that in mind as it's your job to make The PTC's guests feel welcome, appreciated, looked after and taken care of. Create an exceptional dining experience so much so that the next time they return, they say, "We'd love to have [insert your name here] as our server." BUSSER: Our bussers are an integral part of creating a positive guest experience. You're the person who makes sure the restaurant not only looks tip-top, but in many ways you ensure guests get seated quickly and efficiently. As tables turnover from one party to the next, you're the go-to guy or gal who will assist the host, servers, and managers in keeping the dining room spotless. Short Order Cook Complete orders from steam tables, placing food on plates and serving customers at tables or counters. Grill and garnish hamburgers or other meats such as steaks and chops. Grill, cook, and fry foods such as French fries, eggs, and pancakes. Perform simple food preparation tasks such as making sandwiches, carving meats, and brewing coffee. Plan work on orders so that items served together are finished at the same time. Take orders from customers and cook foods requiring short preparation times, according to customer requirements. Short-order cooks must be good organizers. During rush periods the wait staff drops off dozens of food orders in the kitchen; short-order cooks must keep track of these orders and make sure that guests who arrive first are served first. Many orders are cooked on the grill at one time, so short-order cooks must juggle several items without allowing any of them to burn. To keep hot meals hot, they must notify the wait staff that orders are ready as soon as the food is put on serving plates.