Liseli Lodge
Liseli Lodge
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7 months ago

Waitress/Waiter- Mongu

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REPORTS TO: Restaurant Supervisor

JOB SUMMARY:

To be successful as a waiter/waitress you must have the endurance to stand for long hours and have patience with difficult customers.

A good waiter anticipates the needs of customers and provides all services in a friendly manner.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Welcoming and sitting guests, taking guest food and beverages.
  • Able to copy up with pressure
  • Help the guests with the menu and make recommendations and inform patrons of any specials.
  • Provide checks and gather bill payments with effective communication.
  • Ability to remain calm and professional with difficult customers.
  • Endurance to walk and stand for long hours, cash up bills, and ensure that the correct amount has been paid

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • 2 year’s work experience as waiter/waitress or in a similar position with excellent customer service.
  • Certificate in general Hospitality/Diploma added advantage 2 year’s work experience as waiter/waitress or in a similar position with excellent customer service.

Email your application, CV and credentials to The Human Resource.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

Application deadline
20 Nov 15:00
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Liseli Lodge
Mongu
Conference venue
Restaurant & Bar
Lodge
Liseli Lodge is a popular tourist destination located in the Western Province of Zambia, near the town of Mongu. The lodge offers comfortable accommodation in a serene and peaceful environment, making it an ideal location for a relaxing getaway. The lodge features a range of facilities, including spacious rooms and suites, a swimming pool, a restaurant, and a bar. Guests can enjoy a variety of activities such as bird watching, fishing, boating, and exploring the nearby Barotse Floodplains. Liseli Lodge is also close to some of the region's major attractions, including the Lealui Palace, the Kuomboka Festival, and the Mongu-Kalabo Road.