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Depending on the campus location, the Waitstaff may report to the Assistant Director of Culinary Services or the Director of Culinary Services. This position will set up the dining room, host residents, take meal orders and serve food. Work also includes clearing, cleaning and setting a section.


  1. Maintain sanitation and safety standards.
  2. Take orders and serve residents in a timely and gracious manner, including watching for and helping any resident needing assistance throughout the entire meal.
  3. Clear, clean and setup a section, including washing tables, chairs and pedestals and vacuuming; assist with any related cleaning duties in the department.
  4. Set-up, serve and clean up after special events.
  5. Answer phone, assist residents with food purchases and prepare coffee as required.
  6. Perform hosting and other duties as assigned (Perform section duties, deliver room trays to/from residents unable to attend meals, etc.)


Education Background

  1. No Education Background required for this position.

Licensure, Registration, Certification

  1. Current Washington State Food Handler's Permit.

Special Training/Skills

  1. Understanding and knowledge of nutrition and diet and related procedures.
  2. Knowledge of and practicing sanitation, cleanliness and personal hygiene.
  3. Basic computer skills needed.
  4. Reliability in attendance and punctuality.
  5. Pleasant demeanor, including good communication skills and cooperative attitude when working with staff and residents.
  6. Maturity and sensitivity toward employees, residents, visitors and guests.
  7. Demonstrated ability to manage time effectively and efficiently.
  8. Demonstrated ability to be patience, flexible and adaptable.
  9. Demonstrated ability to read, write, speak and understand the English language to communicate with all customers.

Work Experience

  1. On-the-Job training will be provided.

Physical Demands

  1. Able to work on ones feet for long periods of time.
  2. Able to bend, squat, reach and carry numerous items daily.
  3. Able to push loaded carts long distances.
  4. Able to push and carry up to 40 pounds on a regular basis.
  5. Able to adjust to frequent temperature changes when entering/exiting refrigerators and freezers.
  6. Able to work overtime, weekends and holidays as necessary.
  7. Understand there is a possibility of cuts, burns and falls in light of good safety measures.


SOME (COVID-19) RISK: Possible occupational exposure to residents or clients with COVID-19. May require personal protective equipment (PPE) to be worn during some aspects or seasons of job.

Wesley Homes is a not for-profit organization that provides a network of services offering a continuum of care for older adults. It is affiliated with the Pacific Northwest Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. Retirement Communities and Health Services for (and by) people who love life.

Wesley Homes has a non-discrimination policy and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Wesley Homes
Full time
Auburn, WA 98092, US