A Banquet Houseperson will be responsible for all set ups, tear downs and flips for all events, meetings and sites. The Banquet Houseperson will assist with special projects, repairs and work requests for the Audubon Clubhouse and wherever deemed necessary.
Provide a guest experience of outstanding quality
- Responsible for maintenance on equipment used for guest functions to ensure incredible presentation and outstanding guest experience quality.
- Complete all pulls for functions in a timely manner; deliver pulls to their assigned locations according to the banquet Manager's instructions in order to provide quality guest experience
- Load in vendors and load out vendors.
- Operate, maintain and clean all equipment used
- Maintain cleanliness and upkeep of banquet room, exterior and other areas as directed.
- Set up all banquet equipment for events
- Report all broken equipment or work request to Clubhouse Café General Manager
- Effectively and professionally communicate with internal and external customers
- Ensure silverware, dishes, chaffers, and various equipment is cleaned and polished before an event. Maintains daily upkeep on facility
Weave quality entertainment through the guest experience
- Provide friendly service to our customers
- Comply with Audubon Clubhouse uniform standards assist all visitors by exceeding their expectations
- Exhibiting professional attitude when resolving internal and external conflict and concerns
Operate a financially self-sufficient collection of museums and parks.
- Maintain inventory control and restock or reorder product as directed
- Check all invoices for accuracy upon delivery
- Adhere to all of the motorized vehicle rules established at each facility
- Supervision: Part time Banquet Houseperson
- Experience: Must have at least one year of experience in the Special Events Industry.
- Education: High school diploma Licensure/Certification: N/A Machinery/Tools/Equipment
- Requirements: Must have knowledge in operating standard operations equipment. Must have a valid driver’s license to operate golf carts.
- Heavy work: exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, or a negligible amount of force frequently to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects. May involve sitting most of the time, but may involve walking or standing for brief periods of time.
- Sitting or standing, bending, stooping, and the ability to carry items weighing up to 50 pounds.
- Constant adequate range of motion and mobility required.
- Regular near acuity with clarity of vision at 20 inches or less required.
- Typical ability to collect and analyze numerical and written data and verbal information to reach logical conclusions and ability to determine the time, place and sequence of operations or actions required.
- Regular talking and the ability to express and exchange ideas by means of language expected.
- Regular hearing and the ability to perceive the nature of sounds.
- Constant ability to read, record, or type data quickly and accurately required.
- Working long hours between breaks or meals required.
- Ability to work under and handle stress in an appropriate manner required.
- May be exposed to high, medium, or low noise intensity.
- Constant contact with co-workers required.
- Affinity for animals preferred.
- Exposure to fluctuations in temperatures may be required.
- Exposure to outdoor conditions may be required.