Advertiser: Dil's Funeral ServicesMore jobs from this company
- Job Listing Date
- 11 Jul 2019
- Auckland, Rodney & North Shore
- Work Type
- Hospitality & Tourism, Kitchen & Sandwich Hands
Giving family and friends the chance gather after a funeral and catch up over refreshments is a very important way to help people come together, share and celebrate a life.
Dil’s Funeral Services, based on Auckland’s North Shore, is a leader in meeting the needs of families as they cope with loss and sadness after a death. We provide a wide range of funeral services based on the wishes of the families we serve. They are personalised, meaningful and memorable. Our company lives by a set of traditional family values that ensure that everyone we serve is met with sensitivity, empathy and warm professionalism as they farewell their loved one.
We currently have an outstanding opportunity for Casual Catering Assistants to join our team. Reporting to the Catering Supervisor you will be responsible for delivering great after funeral catering both at our chapel locations and offsite.
Key responsibilities include:
- Contributing to a great funeral experience
- Preparing food and beverage for functions and events
- Operate kitchen equipment
- Serving guests
- Cleaning up after functions (clearing plates, washing dishes etc.)
- Ensuring services and food meet set quality standards in terms of number, presentation and taste
- Recording and tracking stock
Successful applicants will have a positive attitude, eye for detail and a love for food. You will enjoy helping others and be friendly and warm in your approach to life. You will also need to be flexible on which days you are available to work in order to meet the unpredictable timing of functions. Funerals can occur any day of the week but usually happen from Monday to Saturday.
Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.
To apply please send your CV and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
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