Daufuskie Island Job Description Sample
Host Wild Wing Cafe-Fording Island Rd
The hostess is the first face your customer sees. The can set the tone for the entire visit.
Friendly, helpful and attractive in style and demeanor. Must be able to soothe waiting customers, make incidental conversation and work with grace under pressure.
To greet every guest arriving in our restaurant, as well as controlling and directing the flow of seating. Each guest should be sat in a timely manner at a clean table with menus, and any highchairs or children’s menu if needed. The host(ess) is to communicate with the Floor Manager when dealing with a “wait list” and quoting a wait time.
In some cases there will be bussers on the floor, but generally the hostess will bus tables and prepare them for seating.
Knowledge of every position is important, who is in what section, manager on duty, menu items, specials, hours of operation, etc. The host(ess) may be responsible in helping out with retail sales, answering phones, and taking To Go orders.
When you are on a wait, you will have three hostess functions that need to be performed:
The GREETER meets the guest at the front door, takes the name, hands our pagers, and quotes the wait time.
The LEADER plans which tables should be seated, when tables are turning and calculates wait time. This function can be performed by the floor manager.
The SEATER literally takes the party to the table, hands out menus and can also be used as a busser.
Kitchen Wild Wing Cafe-Fording Island Rd
Treasure your strong cooks. Without their steady contribution, you will have nothing to sell.
1 year cooking experience is desirable. Successful operation of your Wild Wing Café kitchen requires people who can perform the following functions:
GRILL POSITION: grilled sandwiches, burgers, ribs, feathers, quesadillas and platters. It is essential that this person is organized and focused.
There are a number of toppings and marinades that the grill man must add per order. At any given time there could be 15 to 20 items on th grill that must be cooked to varying levels of doneness.
APP POSITION: responsible for all fried appetizers, certain wraps as well as French Fries. This is an important position because a lot of the items this position prepares will be appetizers that need to be prepared quickly as not to delay the rest of the ticket.
Since French Fries are severed with most sandwiches this makes for a very busy station. The app man must be able to cook several things at once.
MARINADE POSITION: dip wings in specific marinades according to order and puts them in the oven. Must be organized, able to count and be familiar with marinades by sight.
This position calls for a quick, disciplined cook. By knowing the marinades by sight and putting correct amount of marinade on the wing, he can keep the flow of your most popular item going at the correct pace and save food by eliminating waste.
MIDDLE POSITION: is your kitchen expeditor. He removed the cooked wings from the oven and assembles wing platters according to order.
In order to control the flow of the food from the kitchen, he must direct all positions so that orders come together by table and the entire order can be served at one time; hot and in timely fashion. This person must communicate with both the wait staff expeditor and his own staff. In most cases this is the role of the kitchen manager.
GRILL ASSISTANT: aids grill man with correct bun set ups, compiles sandwich plates and platters, runner for high volume nights. From this position, the novice can learn by both observation and hands-on training.
PREP COOK: Much of the food quality and portion control is dependent on the job of the Prep cook. Prep cooks are required to work from the recipe book using measuring instruments, you must be able to read and understand English.
Prep respond to the immediate needs of the line and pre-prep for the next shift by using a prep sheet that is based on par levels. It is the prep cook’s responsibility to make sure that the line cooks have the correct amount of everything they need to prepare food quickly and efficiently.
Because Wild Wing Café prides itself in the quality of its house made foods, the Prep cook controls the quality of the majority of our product. Waste control, food rotation, and correct portioning can make the difference between profit and loss.
The efficiency of the entire kitchen also rests in this person’s shoulders. It is impossible for the line to keep up the pace necessary for high volume if the ingredients they need have to be prepared “on the fly”. Something as seemingly inconsequential as salad mix or shredded cheese can hold up an order and throw the line cooks off their pace.
Bartender Wild Wing Cafe-Fording Island Rd
The bartender impacts every customers visit. Make sure the impact is positive.
Friendly, helpful and attractive in style and demeanor. Must be able to “sell the product” and work with grace under pressure. Must have at least 2-3 years of experience as a bartender in high volume restaurant/bar and have completed a “safe alcohol service” program such as TIPS or BAR CODE. Complete knowledge of drink menu and food menu is a must. This is not a job for someone who is slow to react.
It is first and foremost the bartender’s job to get the customer a drink of his/her choice or be able to assist him in choosing from our extensive menu; this takes patience. Also, it is the bartender’s job to guide the customer throughout the menu, making suggestions whenever possible. Bartenders help “sell” Wild Wing Café, its food and “good time” atmosphere. Bartenders are responsible for the basics: ringing in orders correctly, delivering the food and drinks, providing the check, making correct change, inputting credit card charges and insuring the satisfaction of our guests.
Bartenders have legal obligations, which directly affect your livelihood. They are responsible for assuring that customers are of legal drinking age. They are charged with controlling their customer’s intake of alcohol in a professional and non-confrontational manner.
Bartenders may be called upon to handle TO GO food orders. They are also expected to perform a number of sidework tasks, including cleaning, replenishing coolers and stock, and some food prep. Some of these tasks are done weekly, others each shift. The work may be assigned by shift and or weekly. In addition to serving the customers seated at the bar, bartenders also provide alcoholic beverages for the dining room. This role, called Service Bartender, should be assigned to a proficient bartender who understands the demands of table service.
Retail Sales Professional
This is an exciting opportunity to grow your retail sales career and experience unlimited earning potential in an innovative, team-oriented environment. Our proprietary products, exclusive distribution, best-in-class sales training and relationship-based sales process enable you to build lifelong relationships and a rewarding, long-term career. Our retail sales professionals convey a passion for our products and their customers, have an entrepreneurial spirit, and represent the Sleep Number brand with the highest integrity.
Provide a world-class customer experience. Utilize a proven sales process to discover each customer's unique sleep needs and lead them through a selection of Sleep Number products that will deliver "the best sleep of their life."
Build relationships with customers. Proactively and effectively communicate product features and benefits, as well as promotional information. Provide timely, relevant follow-up.
Demonstrate a tenacious drive for results. Be accountable for becoming a trusted, successful "Sleep Expert" and consistently exceeding sales goals.
Exceptional presentation and interpersonal skills; ability to make a connection with a diverse array of customers.
Prior experience in a customer-facing role, preferably high-end sales.
A commitment to professional appearance and attitude; willingness to represent the brand with integrity at all times.
Adept at using technology required for store operations (e.g., POS systems) and sales presentations (e.g., interactive demonstrations, iPad, apps); technology engagers and early adopters preferred.
Able to adapt and grow in a changing, fast-paced work environment.
Genuine desire to grow and learn, as well as contribute positively to a team-oriented work environment.
Motivated by a pay-for-performance compensation plan.
Ability to work a flexible schedule; typical retail hours to include evenings and weekends.
Must be authorized to work in the U.S. and able to demonstrate English language proficiency. Second language skills encouraged.
Minimum H.S. diploma or equivalent required. Additional education and training preferred.
Compensation and Benefits:
Guaranteed base pay, plus commission and bonus plan
Health/dental/vision coverage within 30 days
401k plan with company match
Paid time off and company holidays
Equal Opportunity Employer
Sleep Number is an equal opportunity employer, committed to recruiting, hiring and promoting qualified people of all backgrounds, regardless of sex; race; color; creed; national origin; religion; age; marital status; pregnancy; physical, mental, communicative or sensory disability; sexual orientation; gender identity or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law.
Speech Language Pathologist (52880)
I believe that better care begins at home.
Compassionate care, uncompromising service and clinical excellence – that's what our patients have come to expect from our clinicians. Kindred at Home, a division of Kindred Healthcare Inc., is the nation's leading provider of comprehensive home health, hospice, and non-medical home care services.
Kindred at Home, and its affiliates, delivers compassionate, high-quality care to patients and clients in their homes or places of residence, including non-medical personal assistance, skilled nursing and rehabilitation and hospice and palliative care. Our caregivers focus on each unique patient to deliver the appropriate care and emotional support to our patients and their families.
As a Home Health Speech Language Pathologist, you will:
Evaluate, direct and provide speech/language pathology service to patients in the home or facility
Participate in the development and periodic review of the Plan of Treatment and Plan of Care.
Utilize professional skills and judgment in assessing and treating disorders of speech, voice, language, hearing and swallowing to prevent, identify, evaluate and minimize the effects of such disorders and conditions.
Administer and interpret diagnostic tests and applications of therapeutic treatments including audio logic screening.
Observe, record and report changes in the patient's condition and response to treatment to supervisor and/or the physician.
Provide instruction and training to patients in use of alternative communication systems when appropriate.
Provide counsel and instruction to patients, families and healthcare staff.
Maintain and submit documentation as required by the Company and/or facility. Prepare and submit timely written reports of evaluations, visits, summaries, care plans, care coordination activities and progress reports as required by Company policy.
Participate in care coordination activities and discharge planning.
Maintain the highest standards of professional conduct in relation to information that is confidential in nature. Share information only when the recipient's right to access is clearly established and the sharing of such information is clearly in the best interests of the patient.
Attend, participate in and/or conduct internal staff development programs, obtain continuing education as required by Company policy, regulation.
Meet the education and experience requirements for Certification of Clinical Competence in Speech Language Pathology or Audiology granted by ASHA
Minimum of six months experience as a speech therapist / speech language pathologist
Home Health experience a plus
Current and unrestricted license
Current CPR certification
Good organizational and communication skills
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All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin.
To learn more, please contact your local recruiter at (toll free) 855-KND-AT-HOME
Food Runner Wild Wing Cafe-Fording Island Rd
Your customers want their food as quickly as possible. Your expeditor wants the food out his window.
Your server is nowhere around. Who you gonna call? Food Runner.
This is an entry-level position and an integral stop along the server training journey. Knowledge of the menu and proper garnish is important. Proficient knowledge of floor layout and table numbers is a must.
The primary function of the food runner is to take food to the tables at the direction of the expediter. Although the food runner is not a server per se, he or she interacts with customers. He must have the same friendly outgoing quality that we expect from servers. The food runner must be able to identify the food to the customers as it is severed including flavors of wings on sample platters. He will also be asked by customers to bring napkins or setups that may be missing from the table. At times, he may be asked by the customer to take additional orders as he delivers the food. It is his responsibility to deliver what he can and take any additional requests to the server.
The food runner is a utility man on busy nights. Ho or she may be asked to assist the expeditor with garnish or cold appetizers and salads.
He is expected to bus tables as a routine part of this return trip to the kitchen.
Product / Event Demonstrator - Part Time
Would you like to make a difference in what consumers shop for? Our Event Specialist team may be the right fit for you! By demonstrating retail products, you could make an impact on how local consumers buy, shop and share products. Our Event Specialists interact with retail customers and are brand ambassadors for our clients through in-store events by providing positive product demonstrations and generating brand awareness.
If providing consumers with the opportunity to see and purchase the latest or improved products from our clients excites you, come join the CROSSMARK Team!
The Event Specialist is responsible for completing in-store food and non-food demonstrations by serving, demonstrating, and selling products in a professional manner.
Properly set up and prepare Event Table, and use small appliances to prepare and serve food samples.
Proactively intercept, engage, interact, and sell product to the consumer in a positive manner.
Maintain a professional appearance consistent with the requirements of the job. Tattoos must not be visible while the associate is engaged in their work assignments.
Maintain a clean, sterile and safe work station using cleaning chemicals.
Build and maintain rapport with store personnel to effectively meet company and client objectives.
Assists with preparation for client visits and completes audit corrections.
Accurately prepares and submits all on-line requirements on the same day as Event execution.
High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months' related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Basic computer and internet skills and daily access to a PC with internet and email access.
Specialized Knowledge, License, etc: Food Safety Training & Protocol provided; Local Food handlers permit may be required.
Physical Demands: Stand up to 4 hours at a time without a break; Walk; Use hands and fingers to handle or feel; Reach with hands and arms (including reaching overhead); Talk and hear; Visual ability to read instructions and perform events; Stoop; Kneel; Crouch; Climb (including use of a 6' ladder); Balance; Lift and carry up to 25 pounds (including occasional lifting of up to 50 pounds); Push and pull a wheeled demonstration cart weighing up to 300 pounds fully laden with appliances, supplies and product; Prepare foods and beverages using the required appliances, such as cooking utensils, knives, convection oven, fryer, coffee maker, electric fryer, microwaves and hot oils; Be in contact with cleaning supplies.
Depending on club location, you may also be required to work with the following products:
Orange Juicer: demos require routinely lifting of up to 50 pounds
Pineapple Corer: equipment contains sharp edges
Tortilla Maker: exposure to heated and pressurized equipment
This role is not expected to exceed more than 25 hours per week, although the company does maintain the discretion to change the role based on the needs of the business and/or the client. This job description does not imply that the above functions are the only tasks that may be performed. Associates will be expected, if possible, to follow any other job-related instructions and perform any other job-related tasks as directed by management.
Position Type: Regular Part-Time
At CROSSMARK, you can get the job that gets your lifestyle. Whether you are seeking a career in retail merchandizing, the flexibility of a part-time job or full-time corporate employment, we have a place for you. Join our U.S. team of over 30,000 dedicated and talented individuals in providing expert sales and marketing services for the consumer goods industry.
CROSSMARK is committed to providing accessible employment practices and welcomes applications from people with disabilities. If you require accommodation for a disability during any stage of the recruitment process, please let us know.
To apply, please send your resume to Bonnie.Redman@crossmark.com
Server Wild Wing Cafe-Fording Island Rd
Servers “sell” Wild Wing Cafe, its food and atmosphere
Friendly, helpful and attractive in style and demeanor. Must be able to “sell the product” and work with grace under pressure. Complete knowledge of the menu is a must. Must be able to learn computer entry system. This is not a job for someone who is slow to react. Waitstaff experience is helpful but not necessary if attitude and ability to learn is apparent.
It is the server’s job to guide the guest through the menu, making suggestions whenever possible. Servers are responsible for ringing in orders correctly, delivering the food and the check, making correct change, inputting credit card charges, and insuring the satisfaction of our guests. Servers are expected to pre-bus tables as they work and make sure that tea and coke glasses are being refilled. At the end of their shift, servers are asked to reconcile their server report with their bank. Servers are expected to perform a number of sidework tasks, including cleaning, replenishing and some food prep. Some of these tasks are done weekly, others each shift. The work is assigned by station or day of the week.
Oncology Claims Operations Manager
The Oncology Claims Operations Manager will be responsible for delegated portions of the program operations, projects, implementations, enhancements, and efforts to improve current operational performance of the Medical Oncology, Radiation Therapy and Specialty Drug programs. This role is supported by Program Analysts, Claims Auditors and Claims Examiners, and will require managing task assignments and follow through for Program Analysts. The Claims Operations Manager will also support the VP of Operations of Medical Ongology and the Senior Director of Operations of Radiation Therapy in Claims Studio product development and enhancement initiatives lending program expertise and detailed analysis of proposed solutions and processes. The Claims Operations Manager will assist in the implementation of new clients on Claims Studio, will conduct daily quality assurance of new Claims Studio implementations through 90 days post go-live, will develop a process to QA legacy Claims Studio plans, and will develop process efficiencies around Oncology claims auditing, claims examining, and claim rules. The Claims Operation Manager will provide timely and accurate data around all Claims Operations for both internal and external consumption, and will provide insight to providers on appropriate billing practices.
Minimum Experience Required
2 years or more of management experience (personel and/or process management) preferred
Experience in healthcare claims processing/payment is preferred
Experience in one or more of the following areas is beneficial:
Core or other similar industry UM processes
Oncology Radiation Therapy or drug management programs
Process design and analysis
SOP development, training,
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
High level of organizational skill to coordinate intra and interdepartmental efforts on small to medium projects.
Proficient in Microsoft Office® Suite – PowerPoint, Excel, Word, and Visio
High technical and functional aptitude for problem solving, process flow design, and system management.
Ability to effectively make independent decisions in moderate to high impact areas of operation
Area Sales Manager - Home Health
Are you in search of a new career opportunity where you are the connection? If so, now is the time to choose Encompass Health as your employer. The Home Health & Hospice division of Encompass Health is hiring!
As a national leader across home health, hospice, and inpatient rehabilitation hospitals, Encompass Health is consistently ranked as a top best-place-to-work in the communities we serve. Our philosophy of delivering a better way to care exemplifies our commitment to quality, compassionate care for our patients, all while fostering a unique culture that is compassionate and collaborative.
Encompass Health's enterprising model of the continuum of care for post-acute services sets the standards for excellence. This is evident throughout all of our care settings and office locations, as we maintain a workplace that is stable, ethical, and supportive.
At Encompass Health, we continually invest in employees to assist in them achieving personal goals and make meaningful, measurable differences in the lives of their patients.
Ever-mindful of the need for employees to care for themselves and their families, Encompass Health offers benefits that encourage lifestyle choices that keep you healthy and happy. Subject to employee eligibility, some benefits, tools, and resources include:
Generous time off with pay for full-time employees.
Continuing education opportunities.
Scholarship program for employees and their children.
Matching 401(k) plan.
Comprehensive insurance plans for medical, dental, and vision coverage.
Electronic medical records & mobile devices for all clinicians.
Incentivized bonus plan.
Encompass Home Health & Hospice is searching for an experienced account executive to join our team as an Area Sales Manager. We offer a structured, fast paced environment with exceptional benefits.
Represent Encompass in activities involving professional relationships with physicians, hospitals, public health agencies, nurses' associations, state and county medical societies to apprise them of the availability of services.
Implement programs and protocols that provide improved home health care and hospice services.
Serve as a public awareness representative for Encompass.
Responsible for public education relative to home health care and hospice services available through the agency and methodologies for obtaining such services.
Responsible for meeting and/or exceeding referral and admission goals as set by Division Manager.
Previous home health or hospice sales experience is preferred, but talent and demonstrated sales performance is equally important.
Must have a college degree, or at least one year of sales or business experience, or be a licensed nurse.
Ability to develop and support referral source relationships.
Ability to thrive in a fast paced environment.
Must be comfortable with making cold calls.
Ability to execute presentations to physicians with confidence and composure.
Exceptional and consistent costumer service skills.
Impeccable verbal and written communication skills.
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