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Banquet Server

Company Name:
Interstate Hotels & Resorts
Banquet Food Servers work as part of the Banquet Team to ensure guest satisfaction. The banquet wait staff serve food & beverages in a friendly, courteous and professional manner according to IHR's high standards of quality. Banquet Servers must be knowledgeable of event menu items and their contents, appropriate table settings and service ware, and the correct preparation and garnishing methods. Banquet Food Servers are also responsible for setting up, maintaining and breaking down banquet rooms. This position requires basic English language communication skills, and the ability to carry large and heavy trays on a continuous basis throughout a shift. This is an ON-CALL position only.
This is an Interstate Hotels & Resorts Position
This 292 room Crowne Plaza is completing a $26 million dollar renovation to become the leading Airport hotel in New Orleans. Conveniently located to the Louis Armstrong International Airport in suburban New Orleans, just 20 minutes from downtown and the many French Quarter attractions, the Crowne Plaza New Orleans Airport is exquisitely styled and luxurious with all the comforts of home. Relaxation for guests is available at the outdoor pool. A Full Service restaurant & the Lobby Lounge offer delicious meals and refreshing beverages. We are the perfect meeting or wedding location and offer 11,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space accommodating groups from 5-770 people. Convienently located near Esplanade Mall, Treasure Chest Casino, and a local golf course we are the perfect destination for business and pleasure.
_Interstate Hotels & Resorts is an EEO/AA/Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans employer_
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