As a division of Cornell Dining, Cornell Catering & Concessions is the preferred catering service for Cornell University events and is uniquely qualified to serve the Cornell community and beyond. We are proud to work for Cornell and we place a strong emphasis on Cornell Pride. Our focus on students is one of the many concepts that differentiate Cornell Catering & Concessions from other local food service providers. With its team of experienced professional staff, Cornell Catering & Concessions provides incredible food and beverages to guests at catered events, athletics concessions and operates a full service restaurant.
Cornell Catering is currently looking for multiple temporary part-time/casual support staff who are highly motivated, outgoing, polite, engaged, service-minded individuals who care about where they work and the reputation it develops to help shape this new endeavor.
Specifically we are looking for candidates interested in the following areas:
Service support - will serve food and drinks to guests in our dining room and patio
Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills essential.
Demonstrated experience in being a team player, ability to juggle multiple priorities, and working in a fast-paced environment.
Basic reading and English speaking skills.
Proven ability to follow direction and adhere to quality expectations and standards
Bartenders must be 19 years of age or older.
Culinary support must have demonstrated experience in food service, food preparation, knowledge of food cooking process and techniques, as well as familiarity with equipment.
Ability to stand for long periods and perform various motor skills such as lifting (50+ lbs.), reaching, bending, twisting, pushing, squatting and grasping as needed.
Hours may vary. Actual hours will vary depending on business needs and may include working days, nights, and weekends.
University Job Title:
Temp Serv Svc
No Grade - Hourly
Pay Rate Type:
Rosana Ng Chang
Number of Openings:
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