Posted By: Kellyta
Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2022
We are a growing F&B company based in Singapore and we're looking for self-driven individuals to join our team. Foreigners from Malaysia, Taiwan and China living already in Singapore and with working permit are welcome to apply. No prior experience required but would be an advantage to have basic knowledge in food preparation and Chinese language.
Wait Staff Responsibilities
Presenting a variety of menu options
Advising on the best food and drink choices for each customer and answering questions
Taking orders and delivering them to the table deftly and accurately
We are looking for professional Wait Staff to serve meals and drinks to the patrons of our business. Ultimately, you should be able to ensure customer satisfaction and augment our establishment’s reputation.
Show customers to their seats and present our variety of menu options
Advise on the best food and drink choices for each customer and answer questions
Take orders and deliver them to the table deftly and accurately
Attend to the tables and guarantee compliance to cleanliness standards
Check the quality of the final servings and resolve any issues
Deliver checks and accept payment
Work with other staff as a team
Work diligently to achieve outstanding service quality
Ability to build relationships with colleagues and customers and ensure mutual satisfaction
Customer-oriented and planning skills
Working knowledge of cash register and any ordering information system
Outstanding people skills
Patient and friendly with demonstrated experience in problem solving
Good physical condition
High school diploma; food safety training will be a plus
**Salary commensurate with working experiences.
To apply, send us by email the following:
2.) Cover letter that highlights your skills and when are you available for a phone interview.
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I have recently did my last day at job (lost job due to restructuring) and opened a consulting company in Singapore. Already got a client onboard who pays similar to what I use to make in my full time job.
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