The basic guidelines of resume writing apply when writing a resume for a waitress. The header of your resume must include your full name and your contact details. This should be followed with a statement of a career objective that strengthens your case as an applicant for the position. You then include a personal profile, which introduces you as personally fit for the position. The main part of your resume, however, must be your qualifications. Aside from a summary of these, you should include a list of work experience and educational background that supports them.
Waitress Resume Name Address Telephone Number Cell Phone Number E-mail Web Site JOB TITLE SOUGHT: JOB OBJECTIVE: Job Accomplishments by Organization: Job Title Name of Organization Address Telephone Number Supervisor’s Job Title and Name Dates of Employment Accomplishments/Responsibilities * (Use the Results-Oriented Job Description language below as a guide) Salary Significant and Outstanding Career Accomplishments: * (Use the ResultsOriented Job Description language below as a guide) Education: School Degree/Certificate Dates of Enrollment Major/Minor Grades Extracurricular Activities Continuing Education Registrations, Licenses, Certifications: Special Knowledge, Abilities, Skills: Professional Organizations: Publications: Awards/Honors: References: * Use the following Results-Oriented Job Description language to fashion your Job Accomplishments by Organization, and Significant and Outstanding Career Accomplishments. Of course, since your résumé describes work in your past, you’ll need to change the verbs from present tense to past tense (“SERVES” to “SERVED”). JOB PURPOSE: SERVES DINERS by covering tables; setting utensils, napkins, decorations, condiments, candles, and service plates; presenting menu; suggesting courses; explaining daily specials; answering food preparation questions; recording diners’ choices; picking up and delivering items from bar, kitchen, and service areas; inquiring of needs; removing courses as completed; issuing bill; accepting payment. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: PREPARES TABLES FOR DINING by cleaning and covering tables; setting utensils, napkins, decorations, condiments, candles, and service plates. HELPS DINERS SELECT FOOD AND BEVERAGES by presenting menu; suggesting courses; explaining daily specials; answering food preparation questions; offering cocktails and aperitifs; identifying appropriate wines. TRANSMITS ORDERS TO KITCHEN AND BAR by recording diners’ choices; identifying diners’ special dietary needs and requests; noting timing of meal progression. SERVES FOOD AND DRINKS by picking-up and delivering items from bar, kitchen, and service areas. MAINTAINS DINING EXPERIENCE by inquiring of needs; removing courses as completed; replenishing utensils; refilling water glasses; being alert to spills or other special needs. CONCLUDES DINING EXPERIENCE by acknowledging choice of restaurant; inviting diners to return. OBTAINS DINING REVENUES by totaling charges; issuing bill; accepting payment; returning change or credit card. PROTECTS RESTAURANT AND DINERS by adhering to sanitation, safety, and alcohol beverage control policies. IMPROVES WAITER/WAITRESS JOB KNOWLEDGE by attending training sessions; reading technical publications. CONTRIBUTES TO FOOD SERVICE AND RESTAURANT SUCCESS by welcoming related, different, and new requests; helping others accomplish job results.
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