A Si Chuan Court Waiter / ess with Hilton Hotels and Resorts is responsible for serving guests in a friendly, timely, and efficient manner to deliver an excellent Guest and Member experience while having extensive knowledge of menu offerings.
What will it be like to work for this Hilton Brand?
One of the most recognized names in the industry, Hilton Hotels & Resorts offers travelers a world of authentic experiences.
The brand continues to be the innovative, forward-thinking global leader of hospitality. With products and services that meet the needs of tomorrow's savvy global travelers, we shape experiences in which every Guest feels cared for, valued, and respected.
If you understand the importance of upholding a brandâ€™s reputation and value the effort it takes to provide a globally recognized hospitality experience, you may be just the person we are looking for to work as a Team Member with Hilton Hotels & Resorts.
Because itâ€™s with Hilton Hotels & Resorts where we promise an exceptional Guest experience every time.
What will I be doing?
As a Si Chuan Court Waiter / ess, you are responsible for serving guests in a friendly, timely, and efficient manner to deliver an excellent Guest and Member experience.
A Si Chuan Court Waiter / ess would also be required to have extensive knowledge of menu offerings. Specifically, you will be responsible for performing the following tasks to the highest standards :
Manage guest queries in a friendly, timely, and efficient manner
Serve Alcoholic / non-Alcoholic beverages in conjunction with licensing / liquor regulations for residents and non-residents
Ensure knowledge of menu and all products
Ensure mis-en-place is well stocked at all floor stations
Follow correct reporting procedures if faced with issues
Ensure Food and Beverage orders are of a consistently good standard and delivered in a timely manor
Practise Hilton Grooming standards including uniform dress code, cleanliness and personal hygiene
Comply with hotel security, fire regulations and all health and safety legislation