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Tunnell Companies - Baywood Greens and Pot-Nets Communities

Restaurant Host



Job Description
Position Summary: Greet guests as they arrive in a warm, friendly manner. Seat and present clean menus to guests in a friendly, professional and quick manner.

Major Responsibilities: Primary duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

- Greets and seats guests, presents menus to guests

- All guests must be treated in a manner to ensure their complete satisfaction. Always strive to exceed our guests’ expectations.

- Take names on a waiting list.

- Run the floor plan board (OpenTable)

- Observes tables and keep track of clean, dirty and occupied tables.

- Takes guest information and quotes wait to guests accurately when tables are not immediately available.

- Cleans, organizes and stocks menus at host area.

- Answers phone and answers questions concerning the menu and restaurant.

- Interacts with guests in and as they leave the restaurant to ensure positive dining experience.

- Other duties as directed.

Candidates must have:

- Flexible availability
- Weekends, evenings and holidays required
- Must work well with others
- Prior fine dining experience a plus

Pre-employment drug screen required.







About Tunnell Companies - Baywood Greens and Pot-Nets Communities
Tunnell Companies is a drug free workplace and all candidates will be required to pass a pre-employment drug screen.


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