Working as a waiter/waitress is a customer-facing role. It requires an individual to have clear communication skills, good personal confidence, patience, attention to detail and an understanding of food and beverage service techniques.
As a waiter/waitress it will be your responsibility to deliver great customer service at all times, making sure that customers have a memorable experience.
Working as a waiter/waitress is a fun, fast-paced and rewarding role. It requires you to think on your feet at all times, working side by side in a team from all areas and backgrounds - from chefs, to bar staff, to managers. It is a role that offers a lot of personal learning and development whilst working in an industry that builds contacts and friendships for life.
You will be:
The ideal candidate will have clear communication skills, patience and attentiveness. You will be happy working in a fun, fast-paced and unpredictable environment. You must be able to think on your feet and work well with the entire staff, from the chefs to the other servers.
Benefits of working as Waiter/Waitress with GIG:
Get paid weekly
Have the freedom to choose where and when you work
Gain access to free training and skills development program
Career progression opportunities - GIG Academy
Holiday pay - whenever you need and request it
Variety at work – no sitting behind a desk all day
Use a helpful App - to manage your work easily
Offices across London, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Manchester and Liverpool
Smart and professional black trousers
Smart buttoned shirt with collar - black or white shirt only
Black polished shoes
Black socks and black belt
Uniform may vary depending on client requirements
If you feel working as a Waiter / Waitress
is a role you are interested in:
Hair styles must be neat and professional. Tied back & behind ears for women. Neat or tied back for Men. Facial hair must be neat or clean shaven when specified.
Makeup must be clear, clean and plain - minimise heavy eyeliner/shadow. Nail varnish must be a natural colour & have no chipping.
Keep jewellery to a minimum (wedding ring/watch allowed). Tattoos should be minimised where possible.