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Food Services, Hospitality, Tourism
BANQUET SERVER
Hours PART TIMELocation Squilax, B.C
Wage To Be DiscussedDate Posted Nov 7,19
Description
The Quaaout Lodge conference centre is looking for enthusiastic, energetic, and friendly individuals to help assist in our
banquets department. This role offers the opportunity to gain experience in the fast paced food service industry while
learning from experienced industry leaders. This is a great starting point to a strong career in the hospitality industry.
Skills and Requirements
Integration of Secwepemc culture into all aspects of the Resort experience
Communicate food and beverage orders from clients to back of house staff
Serve food and beverages to guests
Perform frequent food quality checks with guests
Provide food and beverage product knowledge when requested
Learn and utilize proper serving techniques
Practice responsible alcohol service
Cash out and reconcile cash with total sales
Maintain contact with clients before, during, and after events to ensure overall satisfaction
Develop personal skills and capability through on-going training and mentorship
Senior Management reserves the right to change, rescind, add or delete the functions of this position at any
time.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Secondary school diploma is required
Excellent communication skills
Professional appearance and attitude
Strong customer service ability
Cash handling experience is an asset
Efficient time manager
FOODSAFE certification
Serving It Right certification

Employment Opportunity
Banquet Servers and Bartenders are required to work primarily evenings, weekends, and Holidays.
To Apply Contact If you would like to be a part of our food and beverage service team, please submit your resume and cover
letter to:
Quaaout Lodge
In person: Quaaout Lodge front desk 1663 Little Shuswap Lake Rd
Email: jobs@quaaoutlodge.com
Fax: 250.679.3220
The Employment Program of British Columbia is funded by the
Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia