Food Service Worker- Part time

  • Category
    Hospitality & events - Entertainment / Gaming
  • Job type
    Temporary/Contract
  • Location
    Winnipeg, Manitoba

Adecco is hiring temporary Part time Food Service Workers for a team to work on Cirque du Soleil`s Amaluna production in Winnipeg, MB. To be considered for the Food Service Worker position you need to be flexible to work afternoons, evenings and weekends starting from September 2019 until October 2019. For this position, you will be responsible for greeting guests and selling food and beverage from the menu. The pay rate for this position is $14.60/hr.

Founded in 1984, the Cirque du Soleil is a Quebec based company recognized all over the world for high-quality, artistic entertainment. This company has constantly sought to evoke the imagination, invoke the senses and provoke the emotions of people around the world.
Location: Under the big top Sterling Lyon Parkway & Kenaston Blvd
Hours: 1pm – 9pm (Tuesday – Sunday)
General Responsibilities for Food Service Worker:
- Greet guests and sell food and drinks to the public
- Prepare a variety of snacks like popcorn, hot dogs, pretzels, etc.
- General maintenance and cleanliness of the area
- Restocking fridges, shelves, bars etc.
- Handling cash register and all transactions
- Other duties as assigned
Qualifications for the Food Server:
- Preferred 3-6 months experience in food and beverage sales
- Must be flexible to work afternoons, evenings and weekends
- Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds
- Preferred previous cash handling experience
If you are interested in this Part time Food Service Worker in Winnipeg, MB. Please apply by clicking on the “Apply” button. 
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Reference number CA_EN_1_023072_12259021

Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required under Adecco’s Employment Accommodation policy. Applicants will need to make their needs known in advance to their Adecco representative.

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