Dietary Server Resume

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John Hopper

1002 Matthews Street

Chicago, IL 60631

(555)-555-5555

[email]

Job Objective Looking for work as Dietary Server where I can exercise my experience and skills.

Highlights of Qualifications:

  • Wide experience in serving dietary food
  • Exceptional knowledge of dietary supplements
  • Profound knowledge of menu items and ingredients
  • Familiarity with nutritional diet plans and food service equipment
  • Wide knowledge of food handling techniques
  • Ability to work in flexible schedules
  • Ability to stand and walk for long periods
  • Ability to make basic mathematical calculations
  • Ability to interact with residents in a friendly manner
  • Ability to keep food hot and service timely
  • Ability to provide exceptional customer services
  • Superior verbal and written communication skills

Professional Experience:

Dietary Server

Concordia Retirement Center, Chicago, IL

August 2007 – Present

  • Worked with Supervising Nurse to meet resident’s dietary needs.
  • Reviewed daily menus prior to serving times.
  • Greeted residents and assisted in seating them.
  • Obtained meal orders from residents.
  • Maintained the dining area clean and safe.
  • Followed proper sanitation standards.
  • Ensured the quality of food served.
  • Notified Dietary Services Manager about resident’s complaints about food.

Dietary Server

Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, Chicago, IL

May 2004 – July 2007

  • Arranged tables and chairs and set silverware on tables.
  • Cleared and cleaned tables for next meal.
  • Cleared excess clutter from tables.
  • Adhered to health and safety regulations.
  • Addressed any additional requests from residents.
  • Resolved resident’s problems promptly.

Education

Associate Degree in Nutrition

Mesa Community College, Mesa, AZ

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