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Lead Server
The Genuine Hospitality GroupCleveland, OH
Perform side work at the start and end of each shift as required by service station assignment. Primary Responsibilities While the lead waiter is not a manager, they are responsible for training new hires in the service style of the restaurant and standard operating procedures including safety and sanitation expectations.
Server / Waiter / Waitress
The Genuine Hospitality GroupMiami, FL
The Philadelphia-born owner of The Genuine Hospitality Group (TGHG), James Beard Award-winning Chef, and cookbook author, Michael Schwartz is the face of the South Florida restaurant industry and a nationally recognized celebrity chef.
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Serve as the point of technical escalation and research for any aspect of the Certificate Management procurement, tracking and delivery lifecycle
Analyze monthly Qualys scan with different cert feeds like (Venifi and MSPKI) and find out the why all the certs are not in Qualys scan.
Server - Michael's Genuine Food & Drink
Genuine Hospitality GroupLakewood, OH
Perform side work at the start and end of each shift as required by service station. Ensures that company policy in regards to drinking age is followed and that the service. Server is responsible for.
Server
Genuine Hospitality GroupHialeah, FL
Maintain clean service areas. knowledge of all changes provided by management, Chef de Cuisine, Beverage Director. With delegated authority, reporting to the General Manager and Restaurant Manager, the.
Server Support
The Genuine Hospitality GroupMiami, FL
General Description of Work With delegated authority, reporting to the General Manager and Restaurant Manager, the Server Support (Runner/Busser/Porter) is responsible for. Perform side work at the start , during, and end of each shift as required by service station assignment.
Server
Genuine Hospitality GroupMiami, FL
Must be able to communicate clearly with managers, kitchen and dining room personnel. Be able to learn our menu, including food, beverage and wine; maintain a working. grammar; Varies writing style to meet needs; Presents numerical data effectively; Able.
Full-time
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Server - Michael's Genuine Food & Drink
Genuine Hospitality GroupCleveland, OH
Restaurant as directed by the restaurant manager or immediate supervisor. Take food and beverage orders from guests, enter orders in our point-of-sale system. Possess math skills and have the ability to handle money and operate a point-of-sale.
Full-time

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