Part-time Friday and Saturday 2pm-11pm
Fine dining environment
All applicants must submit a completed Double Eagle Hotel & Casino application. Apply in person at 442 E. Bennett Ave in downtown Cripple Creek, CO.
Applicants must have prior fine dining or hospitality experience to be considered for the job.
Servers at Winfield’s in the Double Eagle, must be knowledgeable about food, wine and drinks. Servers need to have experience in a fine dining setting and a desire to provide superior customer service. Located just over an hour west of Colorado Springs, two hours from Pueblo or Denver, the Double Eagle stands out as a leader in the historic town of Cripple Creek. Please visit us online to view our menu, or come by and fill out an application. All applicants are required to submit a Double Eagle employment application to be considered for an interview.
SUMMARY: To serve food and beverages to CUSTOMERS as promptly and as courteously as possible. To develop, maintain and enhance positive relations with all CUSTOMERS and STAFF MEMBERS. To perform all duties in compliance with safety standards, health standards and the Colorado Limited Gaming Act.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Within the realm of the responsibility of the job, maintains a clean and safe work environment. Performs duties in compliance with safety procedures, which includes use of safety equipment. Incumbents are responsible for following safety procedures, identifying unsafe practices or conditions and informing their supervisor or the Safety Committee of unsafe conditions, as directed.
- Serves food and beverages to CUSTOMERS and STAFF MEMBERS as promptly and as courteously as possible. Servers will wait on tables, pre-bus and bus tables, IF necessary
- Develops, maintains and enhances positive relations with all CUSTOMERS and STAFF MEMBERS.
- Performs all duties in compliance with the Colorado Limited Gaming Act.
- Wears and maintains all uniforms. Uniforms must be cleaned and pressed, nametags must be worn at all times, no perfumes or cologne worn, hands must be clean and shoes must be clean.
- Alerts supervisor of any concerns regarding the quality, selection and variety of all food and beverages.
- Complies with established security policies and procedures.
- Performs other duties, including special projects, as needed and directed.
- Demonstrates a good working knowledge of all food and beverage outlets and products. Is able to answer CUSTOMERS questions concerning the same.
- Communicates and maintains performance standards for interaction with customers. Acts effectively to anticipate reduce or eliminate complaints from customers.
- Communicates and cooperates with other departments to ensure best possible GUEST satisfaction.
- Is a TEAM PLAYER, performs all duties and responsibilities as a team.
- Servers must work as a team-help fellow coworkers as needed and directed.
- NO SERVER SHALL GIVE DISCOUNTS OR COMPS FOR ANY REASON. This could result in severe write-up or termination. If you feel someone should get a comp or discount, contact your supervisor on duty or Food and Beverage Manager. If none are available, contact the Key on Duty.
- All servers shall report for work on time and be on the floor as per their schedule.
- It’s the responsibility of each server to clock in and sign in at the beginning and end of each shift. Failure to do so could result in you not getting paid for that day.
- Instruct your busser to turn over tables as fast as possible. If there is no busser, you must bus your own tables.
- All servers shall see that their busser is tipped 10% of TOTAL TIPS at the end of each shift. If there is a Bartender they will tip under the same stipulations. If the server does not feel it is necessary they are to inform a member of Food and Beverage Management.
- Never walk by a table with dirty dishes in front of a customer. Always pick up the dishes on your way back to the kitchen. FULL HANDS OUT-FULL HANDS IN. This is pre-busing to be done by the busser primarily but as business may demand it is everyone’s job to pre-bus. Remember tray service!
- Should you pick up your order from the kitchen and it doesn’t appear appetizing, hot or correct--DO NOT TAKE IT OUT, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE TO SEE YOUR CUSTOMER RECEIVES THE CORRECT AND APPETIZING ORDER. If the food is cold or not appealing the server can be just as responsible as the duty cook. When in doubt-contact your supervisor.
- You are responsible for knowing and understanding the Colorado Gaming ICMP’s applicable to your department.
- UNDERAGE GAMBLING / UNDERAGE DRINKING / CHECKING ID’s: It is your responsibility to ensure no person under the age of twenty-one (21) is consuming any alcoholic beverages, gambling, lingering in a gaming area or sitting in a gaming area. This guideline includes underage and off-duty employees. The best way to assure compliance is to ask for ID. Remember, many people look older than they really are. If anyone looks like they are under thirty-five (35) years of age, you are to ask for their ID. If you have questions about any ID call the Key on Duty. In addition, you will be responsible to attend the annual retraining of Underage Gambling, Alcohol and checking of ID’s.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Must be 21 years of age. One (1) or more years of recent and related experience.
LANGUAGE SKILLS: Demonstrated effective and diplomatic oral and written communication skills using English.
REASONING ABILITY: Decisions are limited to within the scope of essential duties.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Essential duties involve performing physical exertion: frequent brisk walking, climbing stairs, stooping, bending, stretching, reaching, kneeling, squatting, walking and crouching/stooping, pushing and standing for an entire work shift, with standard breaks, in order to perform duties. Essential duties involve working in a small, confined area used to obtain food, with floors which may become slippery in the process of preparing food and beverages. Essential duties require lifting trays containing food: and lifting up to 30 pounds to stack, store or move kitchen, restaurant or general office supplies or equipment. Essential duties involve a flexible workweek with additional hours routinely required.
WORK ENVIRONMENT: Essential duties involve working in a kitchen environment which contains loud noise, odors and frequent hot or cold work environment due to running ovens and refrigeration units.
MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT USED: Equipment typical of a retail/commercial kitchen, bar and restaurant, including slicers, mixers, ovens, refrigerators, fryers, knives, spoons, forks, glasses, pitchers, oven mitts, and various cleaning supplies and materials.