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Breakfast Cook/Attendant Part-Time

posted November 6, 2019

Hyatt Place Portland-Old Port
Portland, ME
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About This Job

Overall Responsibilities 

  • Responsible for preparing, cooking and service daily free breakfast Responsible for creating an impressive breakfast experience for all guests

  • Responsible for helping achieve ongoing guest satisfaction and team goals

  • Provides information and assistance to hotel guests regarding local and hotel amenities

  • Assists guest efficiently and courteously in all hospitality related functions, while ensuring that all breakfast service is being maintained and served according to brand standards

  • Inventory breakfast items regularly; orders or purchases items as necessary or provides an order for the manager

  • Assists in maintaining cleanliness of public areas

Job Requirements

  • Ability to verbally communicate effectively with all guests and co-workers

  • Ability to perform all breakfast duties as outlined in the training outline and property specific checklists.

  • Prolonged periods of standing and/or walking

  • Pushing, pulling, bending, stooping, upward reaching

  • Some exposure to cleaning chemicals

  • Compliance with all brand standard operating procedures as well as OSHA

Local Candidates Preferred!

EOE/Drug Free Workplace

Come Join Our Team!

Commonwealth Hotels, LLC. is a superior hospitality management company with a "world-class" culture. 

Feel free to email your resume to Alen.Saric@hyatt.com - We look forward to working with you! 

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About This Employer

Hyatt Place Portland-Old Port

433 Fore Street
Portland, ME 04101

(207) 775-1000

130 Room Hotel

www.hyatt.com

Our Hotel

Hyatt Place Portland-Old Port sets the standard for Maine hospitality as the only Hyatt hotel in the Pine Tree State. Visit our historic mansions and museums, iconic operas and ballets or explore Portland’s wide selection of breweries.

Guests can start their morning with cage-free eggs, steel-cut oatmeal, whole fruit, all-natural bacon and sausage, and more. They can get a caffeine fix in the a.m., or sip a cocktail at the bar in the p.m.