Food and beverage attendant
Roomba's @ Mt Aitken
Roombas is a family run wedding and function venue located in Gisborne South. Seating up to 130 guests, this stunning venue is the perfect place to put your front-of-house hospitality skills to the test and gain valuable industry experience.
ABOUT THE VENUE:
The building was constructed in 1974 from bluestone originally used in the streets of Port Melbourne. Roomba’s renovated and refurbished the venue in February 2012, creating the perfect setting for a modern, country style function. With sleek black bars in the classic foyer area, and a touch of French provincial fittings surrounding the warm and cosy fireplace, it makes the perfect back drop for a special occasion. Hone your dinner service and cocktail service skills in style!
From the owner Vicki:
"We originally got into the industry due to my daughter Simone finishing her Double Bachelor degree in hospitality & tourism, my husband Tony’s extensive knowledge in the liquor industry with over 40 years experience & my natural flare for the love of food and design. With all of these factors put together we have created a unique little business that is very busy. Being a family we care about our customers who we also treat as family."
Visit www.roombas.com.au for more information about this venue.
Skills You Might Learn
You will learn a variety of front-of-house skills including:
-working in a team environment
-caring for customers
-delivery of food to customers
-workplace health and safety
Typical Tasks & Duties
You will be working in a magnificent function and wedding centre that caters for 130 seated guests and 200 + guests cocktail style. If you shine on your work placement, there may be opportunities for casual employment!
Your tasks will include:
-setting up the function hall ready for wedding and business functions
-cleaning and polishing cutlery
-preparing rooms for guests
-answering customer queries
-cleaning and tidying after functions
Students need to be neat and tidy and ready to learn. It is preferable that you are studying hospitality and have a desire to work in the hospitality industry.
Black pants, flat closed-toe shoes, white shirt, neat hair and make-up.
Special Transport Requirements
You are to make own way to employer
RELATED COURSES INCLUDE
- SIT20316 - Certificate II in Hospitality
- SIT30616 - Certificate III in Hospitality
- VIC20116 - VCAL Studies