Job of the Week: server (waiting staff) at Gusto Heswall

By Mark Gorton

11th Oct 2021 | Local Features

Inside Gusto Heswall - Picture: Gusto
Inside Gusto Heswall - Picture: Gusto

Fancy working at Gusto on Telegraph Road? The restaurant chain recently posted this opportunity...

About The Role

We pride ourselves on the service we give and the food and drinks we deliver to our guests. Our servers play the biggest part in the customer experience. They are quick and efficient making sure the customers are happy and enjoy their time with us.

They have the ability to run large tables smoothly with no delay, down to making memorable moments for friends catching up over lunch.

The role can be quite demanding at times, but that is what makes it exciting, working with a team that pulls together for each other and building relationships with our guests, many of whom come back time and time again.

About You

We are looking for someone with a winning personality and enthusiasm for guest satisfaction and engagement. If you have a passion for hospitality and are driven by working in a team, around high quality fresh food in a fun challenging environment, we want to hear from you.

If you share our values, welcome the comprehensive training you will receive and follow our standards, there are plenty of opportunities for development and growth in the company, most of our managers have been promoted within.

About Us

Our Mission is 'To deliver an exceptional Italian experience, delivered by our passionate family, growing everyday'.

We are currently going through an exciting period, with fresh seasonal menus, Gusto products coming to the market, new loyalty schemes, outside catering partnerships and plans to open new sites, this is a great time to join the family.

Is this an opportunity you like the sound of? If so, click here to register and submit an application.

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