PART-TIME: 15-25 hours/week
A dishwasher is someone who works in a professional kitchen and handles the washing of the dishes, utensils, glasses, and other things used by customers.
They also clean the pots, pans, and other equipment that chefs and other kitchen workers use on a daily basis. Dishwashers may also be asked to do light prep work when needed.
Dishwasher Job Duties
Handle the regular cleaning of dishes, utensils, cookware, and other things that come through the kitchen.
Perform light cleaning around the kitchen based on posted or described steps.
Maintain a positive attitude when working with different groups of people.
Keep on track during busy hours to ensure that co-workers and customers have the equipment they need.
Assist with light prep work during busier shifts.
Wipe down any wet spots during shifts to keep the floor safe for workers.
Set up and take down the dishwasher before beginning a shift and at the end of a shift.
Remove clean dishes and move those dishes to the proper spots in the kitchen.
Check the cleanliness of each dish.
Carry heavy racks filled with dishes to and from the kitchen.
Assist with food prep
Dishwasher Job Essential Skills
Dishwashers must be in good physical shape because they transport large racks and heavy dishes all across the kitchen.
Professional kitchens are quite loud and house a large number of people. Dishwashers and other people working in those kitchens must have strong communication skills and the ability to talk to other workers.
Stamina is a must-have in the dishwasher job description because they often work shifts of six to eight hours or longer, and spend those shifts on their feet without many breaks.
Beer Servers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of our tasting room, including serving beer, selling merchandise, maintaining the physical space, and constructively interacting with customers, co-workers and managers. Beer servers are the face of the company. It is their job to represent Central Coast Brewing, and our beer in the most positive and informative way possible, while providing an outstanding service experience for every person who walks in our door. Beer Servers must be efficient, knowledgeable, friendly, and enthusiastic, with the ability to answer a wide range of questions on brewing, our beer and the company. Candidates must share Central Coast Brewing’s commitments to quality, safety, business ethics and continuous innovation.
Beer Server Responsibilities:
Adhere to all ABC rules & regulations.
Great every Customer as they walk in the door.
Always have a positive attitude.
Maintaining a fun, safe atmosphere for patrons.
Serve Central Coast Beers with minimal waste.
Fill and sell growler/crowler orders.
Be knowledgeable about CCB beer, and the brewing process to share with customers. (Also, be able to discuss the elements of craft beer to patrons)
Be willing to be trained on the art and science of craft brewing.
Record drink orders accurately and immediately into the Point of Sale system.
Accept guest payment, process credit card charges and make change, if applicable.
Clean bar area and glassware. Wash and sterilize glassware.
Clear, clean and reset tables.
Run food when needed.
Maintain cleanliness in all areas of the bar including counters, sinks, utensils, shelves and storage areas.
Restock and replenishment of inventory and supplies. (advise manager when stock is low)
Report all equipment problems and bar maintenance issues to manager.
Be familiar with CCB promotions, sales and assist with special events.
Complete all opening and closing tasks.
Demonstrate the ability to interact with the public and coworkers in a friendly, enthusiastic and outgoing manner.
Beer Server Requirements:
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Must be 21yrs or Older
Have Knowledge of craft beer. Including styles, draft knowledge, glassware & pouring
Completion of the Level One Cicerone Certification
Completion of LEAD training Certificate
Problem-solving, and customer service skills.
Exceptional communication, and interpersonal skills.
Willingness to work during peak hours, including nights, weekends, and holidays.
Ability to walk, stand, and carry heavy items in a fast-paced, stressful environment.