Help we are Swamped!
We Reward and Promote a Standard....You deliver that Standard and we all succeed!!!!!!
Hospitality minded individuals needed who not only know service but excel at the effortless delivery of that service..............
High volume full service professional restaurant setting with drive, passion and a environment to continuously educate.
Sous Chef, Line Cooks, Servers, Bartenders, and all Service Professional are strongly encouraged to apply:
What skills do you need to be an expeditor?
To be effective at their jobs, expeditors must be excellent communicators with top-notch customer service skills. When a restaurant is regularly busy, it is often not productive for the front and back staff to communicate with each other directly. That is where expeditors come in. Besides checking tickets, it may also be their responsibility to read them and call out the orders as they come in.
While not a requirement, basic cooking skills can be assets to expeditors. As is familiarity with the menu because it’s expeditor’s job tell whether or not a dish has been prepared correctly with just a glance and update service staff regarding any changes to the menu
Managers will frequently ask the expeditor for their opinions on how service is going and if something needs to be changed.
Many restaurant kitchens are fast-paced environments, so it’s vital that an expeditor is able to handle the pressure, as they may spend their entire shift moving between the front and back of the establishment with no break, particularly on busy nights.
Because this individual is in such a unique position, managers will frequently ask the expeditor for their opinions on how smoothly everything is going and whether something needs to be changed to improve the flow of customer service. This input is extremely helpful and important to the continued existence of the restaurant.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Pay: $13.00 - $15.00 per hour