Summit Haus Attendant
This position includes preparing and cooking food (utilizing an outdoor grill), using a Point of Sale system to ring up customer purchases, accepting payment, providing change, filling drink orders, providing cafeteria style food service, providing resort information to customers, greeting guest, maintaining a clean restaurant space to include sweeping, vacuuming, washing dishes, cleaning surfaces, etc., and overall providing customers with a positive and efficient dining experience. We are looking for applicants with attention to detail, who can provide excellent customer service at all times, multitask, and who enjoy working in a fast paced environment.
Environment: This is an indoor and outdoor position. Must be able to stand for entire shift and regularly lift/carry 50lbs.
Experience: Cash handling, basic cooking, and customer service experience is required.
Minimum Age: 19 years old
Estimated Start Date: Mid-December
Seasonal position: Full-time, part-time and very part-time (holidays only) positions are available. Due to the resort nature of our business, applicants should expect to work evenings, weekends and holidays.
Pay: $9.00-$12.00 per hour depending on experience plus tips.
Other: Applicants are required to have a valid NM Servers License and a NM Food Handlers License or be able to obtain the licenses prior to being hired. The server’s class is offered online at nm.waytoserve.org and the Food Handling class is offered through the NM Restaurant Association and ServSafe.com .
Summit Haus: Employees working at the Summit Haus utilize the Chile Express to get to and from their work station. Be prepared to ride the chair lift in variable winter weather conditions.
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