Director of Dining Services (Former Employee) – Buckhead, GA – August 14, 2017
Morning management meetings, oversee preparation of food and serving of, preparing weekly menus, ordering, training, assisted other departments. Director of Dining Services Charter Senior Living - Buckhead.
free in office meals and allow their employees to take time off whenever they need it, special with haven a baby, sick family and much more and also allow employees to have fun, listen to music and 1 hour lunch time and help with wedding and much more that would make health happy employees are the most. Excellent healthcare for their families
Cashier and Customer service (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – June 26, 2017
I learned how to multiple task, working in large groups, and working alone, it was just very hot inside, You didn't get a long break, by time you come down from being on the 3rd floor, its time to get back to work
Dining Services Representative (Former Employee) – Elizabethtown, PA – June 5, 2017
Very good job for students on campus that needed extra money. Fast paced environment made it interesting and fulfilling. Since it was student employment there was a maximum 20 hours a week, making it hard to make more than just pocket money.
Dining Service employee (Former Employee) – Saint Peter, MN – April 27, 2017
Great staff to work with, very fast paced and always busy during unless you have the light night shifts. I worked in the dish room, pizzaria, and in kitchen prep. There are always more hours available to pick up if you need it.
To gain employment that will allow me the opportunity to enhance my knowledge and creative skills.
Wesley Enhanced Living (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 18, 2017
Asist in kitched in duties which includes stocking shipments, washing pots and pans cleaning service areas as well as transporting bulk materials throughout the facility. Sorting items or materials into designated a
Assistant Director (Current Employee) – Greensboro, NC – March 31, 2017
My experience with dining service has been very good. I manage multiple brands in a University setting can be very challenging trying to be in many places at one time, but the challenge is worth it. Now looking to advance in my career as there is not enough growth potential in this environment.
Being able to schedule time off during school breaks
Exciting place to work. Resident centered facility
Director of Dining Services (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – February 21, 2017
The most enjoyable part of the job is interacting with our residents and the clinical aspects. I also enjoy cooking. Dining Services meet with residents weekly to discuss weekly menus and residents talk about their favorite food and/or what they would like to see on the menu.
Server (Current Employee) – Springfield, VA – January 23, 2017
I typically start work at 11 am and end around 8 pm. The residents treat like you are family and everyone is very nice. I learned to better my time management and how to take on a leadership role. The hardest part of the job is managing multiple tables at a time.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – West Caldwell, NJ – January 11, 2017
Cook and prepare foods. Make sure all equipment is cleaned appropriately. Assist with menus for residents. Serve breakfast, lunch and dinner to guest ensuring that they are satisfied with they decisions. Work together as a team to keep a smile on the residents face. Providing a listening ear for the family members of the residents.
Line Server (Former Employee) – Valparaiso, IN – January 6, 2017
The only reason I had this job was because it was a requirement for a scholarship. I hated working here every minute and I only worked 4 hours every weekend. They would not work around mandatory events that I had to be at. They said the call off rules were in the employee handbook which I never received.
Student Work Study (Former Employee) – Decorah, IA – December 19, 2016
a typical work day was long and boring, I learned that unless you like working in the food industry, you shouldn't work for dining services; However, if you worked for a 5 hour shift you were given a free meal, which is alright I suppose.
Server (Former Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI – December 13, 2016
This job was a part time job I did to earn money during school. It was pretty average. Some days were stressful because of the residents or other coworkers not showing up for work, and other days were really fun and it seemed like everyone was in a really good mood.