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Zip Code: 98004
Industry: All
Employer: Zeeks pizza
Job Tracking ID: 1380024189
Job Description:
Zeeks mission is to provide the premiere pizza experience to Northwest neighborhoods.

Zeeks servers are responsible for making sure our customers are served in a fast and friendly fashion.

You must be able to multi-task, be attentive to families and children, have an enthusiastic personality, and be fast at everything you do. Servers are responsible for all aspects of their section, and responsibilities include but are not limited to greeting customers, taking drink orders, taking food orders, pre-bussing tables, keeping tables clean, preparing silverware roll-ups, and other related sidework. In order to be a successful server at Zeeks, you must be able to work as part of a team and be reliable and punctual. You must stay on task and maintain a sense of focus and urgency at all times. All employees must represent the Zeeks organization in a professional and positive fashion.

A Seattle institution since 1993, Zeeks is known for its high-quality, eclectic pizza and for restaurants and employees that are unpretentious, cool and fun. In addition to our full-service dining rooms, we offer delivery, and pick up service at all of our locations. Zeeks is also the greater Seattle area's premier pizza catering service for businesses large and small. While we embrace the casual and fun nature of pizza, we are serious about the standards we apply to our food, the people who prepare and serve it, and the performance of our business overall. Our aim is to attract positive and talented people to help us fulfill our mission and offer them support and opportunity.

Experience and Qualifications:

One year previous serving experience required

Weekend, Evening, and Daytime Availability

Exceptional Customer Service Skills

Demonstrated commitment to high-standards

Ability to remain level-headed, think clearly and work productively under pressure

Must be able to multi task

High level communication skills

Employee Type: Full-Time, Part-Time
Compensation: Hourly, plus tips

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