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The Hayes Mansion resort hotel is one of the South Bay's most impressive and distinctive historical structures. The Dolce Hayes Mansion is an exquisite fusion of turn-of-the-century luxury and high-tech convenience. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the meticulously renovated Spanish Colonial Revival-style manor is as opulent as ever. This quiet haven, complete with sweeping mountain views, offers the perfect destination for business meetings, special events, weddings or relaxing vacation – just 15 minutes from San Jose International Airport and 45 minutes from San Francisco and Monterey. Nearby, wineries, nightlife and championship golf beckon. Stunning decor, and unparalleled guest service have made the Dolce Hayes Mansion an award-winning legend once again.
Wyndham Hotel Group is searching for a Banquet Server to work at our beautiful Dolce Hayes Mansion property in San Jose, California. This position is responsible for providing all guests with an entertaining and enjoyable dining experience, through quality service in the most efficient manner, at all times
Responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
•Perform any necessary pre-shift sidework.
•Maintain a clean and sanitary environment; ensure compliance with all local and state health codes.
•Assist in controlling food and beverage costs; enforce all security measures as outlined by hotel management; protect the assets of the company.
•Check with the Banquet Captain when coming on duty for specific instructions for the current function and section assignment.
•Greet all guests in a courteous manner, displaying a helpful attitude.
•Anticipate guests’ needs, ensuring guests are provided with water, coffee, tea, or beverages in a timely manner.
•Unload trays in the service area, racking glassware, scraping plates, and separating silverware.
•Practice “clean as you go” techniques of service, including refolding napkins and cleaning between courses, and keeping the station clean, neat, and supplied at all times.
•Complete assigned breakdown and closing sidework.
•Report hazardous conditions or broken equipment to the Engineering Department immediately; in an emergency, notify the Chief Engineer at once.