Supervisor issues instructions on
work sequences, procedures, methods, and deadlines, and relies on the incumbent
to assure that other members of the group carry out work assignments. Supervisor
is available to provide information or decisions regarding problems that may
arise during work. Overall work operations are reviewed for status and progress,
causes of delays, quality, and results achieved.
as working leader of three or more employees in accomplishing trades and labor
work. The highest level of non-supervisory work led is Food & Beverage
1. Leads the work of Food and Beverage attendants
in the preparation of fast food. Works with other members of the shift, setting
pace, demonstrating proper work methods, conducting on-the-job training, and
communicating work assignments to the workers being lead. Checks work in
progress. Ensures that safety, security, and good housekeeping rules are
followed. Insures that needed supplies and materials are available. Answers
workers' questions regarding procedures, policies, and instructions. Provides
information to supervisor on status and progress of work, causes of delays, and
2. Collects sales slips, total sales on cash
register, accepts payment from patrons, and makes change as necessary. Maintains
related cash records. Keeps work area clean and orderly.
3. Bakes various
items, sets up coffee makers and brews various coffees, i.e., espresso. Sets up
counters and display cases with condiments and baked goods. Prepares specialty
hot and cold drinks, serves customers. Assures that tables/work surfaces are
promptly cleared and cleaned. Coordinates food and beverage needs for special
events conducted at off-premise locations.
4. Sets up food service
counters and steam tables with hot and cold food and beverage. Prepares fruit
and vegetable salads, portions out food. Checks food during cooking to prevent
overcooking. Prepares sandwiches and box lunches. Unloads trucks and places
contents in proper storage and use areas. Cleans floors, walls and windows in
kitchen, dining and storage areas.
Performs other duties as
SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:
Ability to lead others in a team
effort. Knowledge of sanitary food handling and serving techniques. Math ability
to compute checks and make change. Ability to read and understand written
material. Ability to apportion, weigh, and measure foods properly and to use
appliances, coffee makers, ovens, stoves and other common kitchen equipment and
utensils. Ability to operate a cash register.
under the general supervision in accomplishing tasks. Routine duties are
performed independently with the supervisor available for assistance on unusual
problems or situations. Incumbent is expected to complete assignments as
scheduled. Judgment is required in maintaining standards of sanitation, safety,
and service. Plans work by reviewing daily schedules and determining sequences
steps, procedures, and techniques to be followed in accomplishing the work. Work
is subject to spot check inspection for adequacy and compliance with
instructions. Responsible to identify and report obvious hazards, malfunctioning
equipment, and any other situations that may affect work preparations.
Responsible for cash receipts and complying with accountability procedures.
Assist and leads other employees as required.
and walks for long periods. Frequently lifts and carries items weighing up to 30
pounds, occasionally lifting and carrying up to 45 pounds.
May be exposed to extreme hot and cold temperatures. Exposed to
cuts, burns, and danger of slipping on wet floors.