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Hiring Deadline: Open until filled
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Zip Code: 92008
Industry: All
Employer: LEGOLAND
Job Tracking ID: 1378164576
Job Description:
The excitement is here at LEGOLAND® California Resort as the new LEGOLAND® California Hotel is now open in beautiful Carlsbad! This is not just any hotel, this is a new LEGOLAND® Hotel concept. The LEGOLAND Hotel has 250 rooms and naturally features LEGO throughout the Hotel.

Our business is growing and we have exciting opportunities available on our Hotel Food and Beverage Team! Come share in our success while building your career in this exciting industry.





Maintains cleanliness standards for all areas of the restaurants. Assist servers and bartenders in clearing and cleaning tables, floors and all other areas of the restaurants. Assists in the setup and clear down of the front of house restaurant operation. Follows all LEGOLAND California safety, sanitation, and cleanliness standards and polices. May work in multiple outlets and with Special Events as well.


Experience within a full service restaurant is preferred. Hotel Experience Preferred. This position requires a positive attitude, hospitable nature with a desire to give service on the highest possible level and the ability to work as part of the team. Knowledge of service and cash handling procedures in full service restaurants would also be beneficial.

Must be available between the hours of 6:00 am and 12:00 pm. Must be willing to work weekends and holidays.

Must be able to pass a Food Handler and Alcohol Awareness Test.

Everyone on staff can enjoy receiving complimentary LEGOLAND California Resort tickets, fun staff events, local entertainment discounts, amazing discounts on 24 Hour Fitness memberships and much, much more!

LEGOLAND California Resort is part of Merlin Entertainments Group, the second largest attraction operator in the world. As part of this rapidly growing, international company, our development and job opportunities are unmatched! We are looking for motivated people to become part of our success.

Interested in applying? Visit www.LEGOLAND.com/Jobs to submit your application today!

All jobs are offered pending a clear background check and drug screen as well as documentation of right to work in the USA.

LEGOLAND California is an equal opportunity employer and a drug free workplace.

Employee Type: Full-Time, Part-Time
Compensation: TBD

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