The Morning Server helps run the breakfast service period. There is constant guest interaction in this position, and the position is important to our guest service success and in starting the guest’s day off right.
Here is what April R. from the Denver Magnolia Hotel says about working in the Restaurant: “The reason I like working at the Magnolia is the friendly atmosphere from all the hotel staff including the corporate employees. We all work as a team to make sure the job gets done. The Magnolia is a small property so we can all value our guests more with a personal touch. Your hard work is always appreciated from everyone.”
What you will do as a Morning Server includes. Set and maintain the F&B stations for the breakfast buffet service period; provide ala carte breakfast service for guests wishing to order from the menu; have fun and make the guests happy; and exercise service recovery when necessary to the guest’s satisfaction.
While on duty as a Morning Server it is understood that we are all committed to ensuring the comfort and service of our guests; we will work together as a team to accomplish the Hotel’s tasks and service to the guests; we will always greet the guest with a smile and a greeting; and we will look our best as a sign of service and respect to the guests
There are some desired qualifications we want for the Morning Server including; previous food and beverage experience in an operation with considerable guest contact; ability to follow Hotel food and beverage policies regarding sanitation, portion control, serving, storing, food handling and side work; and the physical ability to perform the functions of the position; long periods of standing, carrying trays, bending and lifting.