Our Cafeteria Server job description includes the Administrative Assistant responsibilities, duties, skills, education, qualifications, and experience.
About the Cafeteria Server role
A Cafeteria Server is responsible for providing food service to customers in a cafeteria setting. They prepare and serve food, operate cash registers, and keep the cafeteria clean and organized. They may also assist in food preparation, stocking, and customer service.
The purpose of a Cafeteria Server is to provide prompt and courteous service to customers in a cafeteria setting. This includes taking orders, preparing and serving food and drinks, handling cash transactions, and maintaining the cleanliness of the cafeteria. The Cafeteria Server must also ensure that all health and safety regulations are followed.
Cafeteria Server Summary
Cafeteria Server Job Summary
The Cafeteria Server is responsible for providing excellent customer service to customers in a cafeteria setting. The Cafeteria Server must have a friendly and welcoming demeanor and a positive attitude. Duties include taking customer orders, preparing food, stocking inventory, and maintaining a clean environment. The Cafeteria Server is also responsible for providing accurate change and ensuring that all safety and sanitation protocols are followed. The ideal candidate must be able to work in a fast-paced environment and handle multiple tasks at once. Customer service experience is preferred.
Cafeteria Server Duties
- Greet customers and take orders
- Serve food and drinks
- Handle cash and credit transactions
- Maintain cleanliness of cafeteria
- Assist kitchen staff with food preparation
- Adhere to food safety and sanitation standards
Cafeteria Server Skills
- Serving food to customers
- Taking orders
- Collecting payments
- Maintaining a clean and safe environment
- Handling customer inquiries and complaints
Cafeteria Server Requirements
- Able to stand for long periods of time
- Able to lift up to 40lbs
- Must have excellent customer service skills
- Must have knowledge of food safety regulations