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Dining Room Attendant

Chick-fil-A Delta Shores

Dining Room Attendant

Sacramento, CA
Part Time
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    Our restaurant hosts and hostesses help us ensure a “Remark"able experience for all of our dine-in guests. The responsibility of our hosts and hostesses is to greet and assist our dine-in customers and keep the dining area clean and well-stocked. Job opportunities as Host / Hostess / Greeter are generally offered as part time restaurant jobs, with some limited full time opportunities. Prior experience as a host, hostess, or restaurant crew member, team member is not required but is preferred.

    Benefits

    Sundays off

    Free food while working!

    Flexible scheduling

    Great work environment

    Leadership opportunities

    Competitive Pay

    Work with a local Owner/Operator

    General Responsibilities

    Read, understand and comply with all parts of the Team Member Handbook

    Protect the customer experience by ensuring packaging, food presentation and quality is top level.

    Appropriately handle all customer issues and play a positive role in customer recovery.

    Show up on time, have a great attitude and work hard for your entire shift.

    Constantly improve yourself by finding ways to do your work better and faster.

    Be responsible to fill your shift if you are not able work.

    Ensure your appearance is in compliance with the Handbook

    Be a team player

    Display good stewardship and a sense of ownership for the business

    Skills

    Outgoing and fun

    Great attitude

    Hard working

    Dependable

    Honest

    Demonstrate leadership attributes

    Team-player

    Positive attitude & role model

    Responsive to team’s needs

    Takes initiative

    Works to serve others

    Motivated to grow and to learn

    Great verbal communicator

    Outgoing/friendly/patient

    Desire for ongoing training/education

    Detailed & keenly observant

    Passion for procedural discipline