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355 West 46th Street, New York, NY, United States
Becco hiring Busser in New York, NY

Becco hiring Busser in New York, NY

BeccoMore Info

Full Time • Hourly (Based on Experience)
Expired: Oct 29, 2019

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1 year

Job Details
Becco is owned by Restaurateur and Master Chef TV host Joe Bastianich. 
We are looking for great bussers to join our team!
Job description and responsibilities:
  • Prepares dining room for guests before service (folding napkins and setting up tables)
  • Adheres to sanitation and safety policies
  • Maintains table cleanliness by clearing plates as guests are finished eating; replenishing utensils; refilling water glasses; being alert to any special needs.
  • Supports wait staff by setting-up and replenishing condiment stands, trash containers liners, and bus stations.
  • Closes dining room down by cleaning chairs and tables; sweeping and/or vacuuming floors; removing trash and recyclables from the restaurant
  • Updates job knowledge by participating in staff training opportunities.
We are an equal opportunity employer.

Compensation details

Health, dental and vision benefits, 401k match program

Required Skills

Enforcement Of Safety / Sanitation Standards

Food Safety Knowledge

On-site Special Events

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Staff Education / Motivation

Time Management

Ability To Lift 40+ Lbs

Basic Floor Service

Coffee Knowledge

Glassware Knowledge

Classic Food / Wine Service

Customer service

Event Management / Organization

Experience in a Fine Dining Establishment

Experience in a High Volume Environment

Food Safety Knowledge

Customer Service

Food Safety Knowledge

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Casual Dining

Part of RSC Management Services

The name Becco is derived from the Italian verb, beccare, which means to peck, nibble, or savor something in a discriminating way.
Lidia Bastianich & her son, Joe, opened Becco in 1993 since then, it has been providing the New York community with outstanding service for over 18 years.