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Apr 262017
 


Our client an Italian Fine Dining Restaurant in Nairobi is seeking to hire a Waiter.

Industry: Hospitality – 5 Star

Duty Station: Nairobi

Contract: Contract

Start Date: Immediately

Reports To: Restaurant Manager

Key Job Requirements

  • Able to take orders and relay to kitchen and bar staff
  • Hands-on experience in setting tables and placing decorations
  • Familiar with different kinds of food and beverages
  • Able to communicate with kitchen staff, provide orders to customers, collect cash, and maintain proper accountability for orders and fund
  • Familiar with point of sale system and cash registers
  • Effective team-player with high attention to detail
  • Able to stand for long periods and lift heavy trays
  • Exceptionally professional demeanour and very respectful attitude
  • Excellent skills in maintaining cleanliness and personal hygiene standards
  • Well versed with hospitality terminology

Job Skills / Requirements

  • At least 3 years of experience in the same industry
  • Degree/Diploma in business related courses
  • Demonstrate positive attitude at all time
  • Able to communicate well in English
  • Always neat and presentable
  • Familiar with food safety handling procedures
  • Able to stand for long hours

How to Apply

Interested candidates meeting the above criteria should forward a cover letter; detailed Curriculum Vitae indicating the current remuneration and expected remuneration to: vacancies@peoplefoco.co.ke.

Please indicate ‘Waiter on the subject of the email.

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