Note how the Related Skills section is highlighted and how it mentions almost everything in the job description short of being able to use a toaster. Enrique’s food serving experience is limited to Burger Ranch and volunteer work at the soup kitchen. This is hardly fine dining experience but he shows he has the skills to work at a high class outfit where he’ll get the big tips.
1911 1st St. Pasco, WA 99301 (509) 111-1111
Objective: To obtain a food server position with Rosario Resort.
Courteous and professional. Able to serve food in a friendly, courteous, helpful, timely and processional manner resulting in a very high level of guest satisfaction.
Knowledgeable. Possess basic knowledge of food and beverage preparations, service standards, guest relations and etiquette.
Superb memory and communication skills. Able to understand and memorize menus, special promotions and record orders. Able to provide guests with an enjoyable experience while explaining and recording orders.
Great physical condition and coordination. Will have no problem transporting upwards of 50 lbs. through a crowded room on a continuous basis.
Other: Bilingual – Native English speaker fluent in Spanish, CPR Certificate, Washington Food Handler’s Permit, proficient with computers, punctual, excellent team player, responsible.
Excess Materials Coordinator – Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, June 2005-August 2006
Food Server – Burger Ranch Restaurant, September 2004-Present
- Soup Kitchen – Through SMU Campus of Ministry December 2006 – Present
- Habitat for Humanity – November 2006
- Organized 2006 Fall Clean-up at St. Joseph’s Church
- Child Care at St. Joseph’s Church October 2005
- Volunteer at Chase Center for Tutoring