The Statler Hotel is the showcase for Cornell University's world-renowned School of Hotel Administration, and, for many visitors, the gateway to the university. Located at the center of Cornell's beautiful campus--in the heart of the scenic Finger Lakes region of New York State--it has earned the dual distinction as the Ithaca area's only AAA Four Diamond Award-winning property and the Ivy League's only "teaching hotel." The hotel, with 153 guest rooms, is a full-service property with a conference center, three restaurants, and over 16,000 square feet of meeting and banquet facilities.
The Statler Hotel Banquets and Conference Services Department is an incredible team to be a member of. We plan, create and execute fabulous banquets, weddings, breakfasts, lunches and dinners, cocktail receptions, dances, parties, meetings and conferences. Our servers are trained to deliver a high level of memorable service to the delight of our guests. We offer great pay, flexible scheduling, clean uniforms, free shift meals and the best hotel working environment in the region!
Good knowledge of food and proper types of service;
Must be capable of providing the highest quality service to guests at all times.
Must be able to read and write English; good language skills; detail-oriented.
Must take pride in self and in position and be committed to high standards.
Must be available to work flexible hours, evenings, weekends and holidays.
3-5 years of restaurant or banquets experience is preferred.
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