Any individual who is in a position to hire you, will need to look at one main aspect – do you have it in you to ensure that customer satisfaction is ensured?
Customers are companies’ main assets and it is imperative that you as an employee are skilled enough to handle them properly.
The operative word here is skills. As a candidate for any position, your skills is what will help you climb the ladder.
Hoping to work in an organized company, you will need to make sure that your skills are communicated to the person who is responsible for making the decision to hire you. Whether it is through a resume or a cover letter, it is important to build up on what you have.
If you are skilled in a certain area that you know is or will be important to the hiring manager, make sure that you make it obvious in front of him or her. The trick is to look back at all the things that you have done in the past, that have had a positive impact on your place of employment, and gauge how you managed to do them. The “how” part of this is what will decide how skilled you are in the real sense.
To see what a server assistant can write as skills statements in his or her resume, have a look at the following examples:
Sample Skills for Server Assistant Resume
• Highly experienced in handling patron inflow, by ensuring that all tables and buffet setups are properly bussed and ready.
• Effectively able to relay orders to the backend (kitchen area) and follow up on them to ensure that they are expedited.
• Deep familiarity with providing menu suggestions to patrons, based on their specific interests in food and beverage items.
• Well-versed in successfully communicating with patrons, coworkers and supervisors, to ensure delivery of high-quality services.
• Competent in determining patrons’ requirements for additional beverage and food items, and providing them with what they are looking for.
• Qualified to assist servers in serving orders to patrons, according to the code of conduct of the restaurant.
• Demonstrated expertise in clearing, cleaning and resetting tables and buffets, according to the specifics provided by the hospitality manager.
• Proven ability to serve more than one table at a time, ensuring that all receive the best in services.
• Track record of effectively stocking and restocking condiments and service stations, aiming to keep them ready and functional throughout the shift.
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