Courtyard by Marriott Pentagon Alexandria
Are you a food service professional with a strong desire to provide excellent customer service to guests? You might be just what we're looking for in our next breakfast attendant. Our busy hotel is looking for a detail-oriented person to set up and take down our breakfast buffet, ensuring that fruits, bread, cereals, and bakery items are always available. You'll also need to walk throughout the dining area refilling coffee and beverages and cleaning up used plates and utensils. Our ideal applicant has experience in the food service industry and enjoys connecting with people. Apply today if you are eager to provide our guests with a memorable dining experience!
- Make sure that the breakfast buffet is fully set up each morning and that fresh items are always offered throughout service hours
- Maintain the breakfast area by cleaning tables, chairs, and buffet counter, and empty trash as needed
- Wipe down service lines, beverage dispensers, and other equipment according to health and safety regulations
- Address visitor questions and requests promptly, courteously, and efficiently
- Provide attentive service to guests in the dining area by taking orders, and serving food and drinks
- This role requires a strong emphasis on putting the guest first and providing exceptional customer service
- Candidates must have completed high school or received similar certification (GED)
- Food service industry experience is highly desired
- Displays impeccable time management and organizational skills
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills for working with guests and other team members
About Courtyard by Marriott Pentagon Alexandria
Revel in comfort and convenience at Courtyard Alexandria Pentagon South, perfect for government business and leisure getaways alike. Navigate your way around our Virginia area with our close proximity to Inova Alexandria Hospital, Mark Center, and The George Washington Masonic National Memorial. Nearby, you can explore world-class activities and monuments in Washington, D.C.