Santa Ana Embassy Suites
If you have true entrepreneurial spirit, and have the attitude suited for the Hotel-Hospitality business, Windsor Capital Group can offer you exciting opportunities for your career into the future. WCG, is a dynamic and disciplined hotel company with a passion for excellence. We offer personal development programs for training and opportunities to grow and succeed.
Windsor Capital Group, Inc., is a privately held ownership and management company with a current portfolio of 10 hotels in 4 states across the United States including superior hotel brands such as:
WCG is comprised of industry hospitality leaders who are committed to excellence, lead by example, and aspire to inspire others who want to succeed and grow in this exciting business. If you are someone who wants an exciting career, and can learn, teach and grow in the hospitality industry, we want you to be a part of our dynamic team!
Purpose for the Position:
To perform duties to maintain kitchen work areas andrestaurant equipment and utensils in clean and orderly condition.
1. Sweeps and mops floors.
2. Washes worktables, walls refrigerators, and meat blocks.
3. Segregates and removes trash and garbage and places it in designated containers.
4. Steam Cleans or hoses out garbage cans.
5. Sorts bottles, and breaks disposable ones in bottle crushing machine.
6. Washes pots, pans and trays by hand.
7. Scrapes food from dirty dishes and washes them by hand or places them in racks or on a conveyor to dishwashing machine.
8. Polishes silver, using burnishing-machine tumbler, chemical dip, buffing wheel, and hand cloth.
9. Holds inverted glasses over revolving brushes to clean inside surfaces.
10. Transfers supplies and equipment between storage and work areas by hand or by use if a hand truck.
11. Sets up banquet tables.
12. Washes and peels vegetable using knife or peeling machine.
13. All other duties as assigned by a manager or supervisor.
Skills and Abilities:
Usehands to lift, carry or pull objects that may be heavy.
Learnsimple procedures and techniques.
Performroutine work or the same task over and over again.
PhysicalDemands: Medium Work: Exerting 20 to 50 poundsof force occasionally (Occasionally: activity or condition exists up to 1/3 ofthe time), and/or 10 to 25 pounds of force frequently (Frequently: activity orcondition exists from 1/3 to 2/3 of the time), and/or a negligible up to 10pounds of force constantly (Constantly: activity or condition exists from 2/3or more of the time) to move objects.
EnvironmentalConditions: Inside: Protection from weatherconditions but not necessarily from temperature changes. A job is considered “inside” if the workerspends approximately 75 percent or more of the time inside.
Extremes ofHeat Plus Temperature Changes: Extremesof heat: Temperature sufficiently high to cause marked bodily discomfort unlessthe worker is provided with exceptional protection. Temperature Changes: Variations in temperature, which aresufficiently marked and abrupt to cause noticeable bodily reactions.
Wet andHumid: Wet: Contact with water or other liquids. Humid: Atmospheric condition with moisturecontent sufficiently high to cause marked bodily discomfort.
Hazards:Situations in which the individual is exposed to the definite risk of bodilyinjury.
Reasoning, Mathematical and Language Development are indicative of thegeneral level of development required to do this job. Some, but not necessarily all, areasmentioned in this section will be included in this job.
Reasoning Development: Apply common senseunderstanding to carry out detailed but uninvolved written or oralinstructions. Deal with problemsinvolving a few concrete variables in or from standardized situations.
Mathematical Development: Add and subtracttwo digit numbers. Multiply and divide10’s and 100’s by 2,3,4, and 5. Perform thefour basic arithmetic operations with coins and as part of a dollar. Perform operations with units such as cup,pint, and quart; inch, foot and yard; or ounce and pound.
Language Development: Reading: Recognize meaning of 2,500 words (two or three syllable)words. Read at a rate of 95 – 120 wordsper minute. Compare similarities anddifferences between words and between series or numbers.
Writing: Print simple sentences containing subject, verb, and object,and series of numbers, names and addresses.
Speaking: Speak simple sentences. Using normal word order, and presentand past tenses.
Relationships to Data, People and Things:
Data: Comparing: Judgingthe readily observable, functional, structural or compositional characteristics(whether similar to or divergent from obvious standards) of data, people orthings.
People: Taking instructionshelping: Helping applies to “non-learning” helpers. No variety of implicit wishes of people isinvolved in this function.
Things: Handling: Usingbody members, hand tools or special devises to work, move, or carry objects ormaterials. Involves little or nolatitude for judgment with regard to attainment of standards or in selectingappropriate tool, object or material.