Concession attendants may carry out common cashier duties, process customer orders and give change. In addition to ringing up orders, attendants commonly prepare and dispense food. Concessionaires shall maintain a sanitary, well-organized working environment to ensure health and safety. Restocking supplies represents a common task frequently carried out by concessionaires.
Concession attendants shall:
A. Greet customers in a friendly and timely manner and take concession orders from them.
B. Assist in process such as preparation and serving products.
C. May process orders on cash register and return correct change;
D. Prepare and provide concession supplies ordered by customers.
E. Maintain cleanliness in concession area and surrounding eating areas.
F. Follow safe food handling procedures at all times.
Training, Experience & Other Requirements
A. Contribute to a cooperative working effort by demonstrating a willingness to perform other job-related work as needed or requested. Assistance is given to others and special projects to be completed as scheduled or requested.
B. Other duties as requested or assigned.
A. Ability to read, understand, and effectively carry out written and oral instructions, measurements, directions and work orders.
B. Ability to use equipment safely and act in a safe manner when in the work environment.
C. Knowledge of general food service.
D. Ability to handle cash transactions, count money and disperse correct change.
E. Ability to provide a high level of customer service.
F. Ability to report to work at the scheduled times.
G. Ability to work well with other employees.
H. Ability to work well with the general public.
I. Ability to maintain a professional demeanor and establish effective working relationships with associates, volunteers, staff and public; calmly approach and solve problems under stressful circumstances; maintain and promote harmony in the workplace; concentrate for extended periods of time; and be flexible.