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We would like to express our sincere gratitude for your time, talents, and contributions for Do Good Restaurant and Ministry. We are very excited to have you be a part of something that will be so fruitful for His kingdom. Please keep Do Good and all of those who serve it in your prayers. Thank you, and God bless you! 

Line Cook: Setting up and stocking stations with all necessary supplies. Preparing food for service. Cooking menu items to order. 

Deli: Making salads, desserts, and cold appetizers. 

Prep: This is the heart of the kitchen and more of a morning position. Getting food ready for the line cooks for the day and stocking up the good-to-go cooler with items such as sandwiches, desserts, and salads each day will be the main part of the job. Other duties include preparing cooking ingredients by washing and chopping vegetables, preparing sauces, and slicing meat. Basic cooking duties as needed. 

Expeditor: Ensuring that kitchen orders have been properly prepared before being served to the table. This is a stationary position and minimal walking is required. The position is the mediator between the front of house and back of house. Good communication skills are vital. Minimal prep is done before the food goes to the tables, for example, preparing the sauces and butters for tables. 

Runner: Delivering food to the customers’ tables in a timely and friendly manner. 

Dishwasher: Washing dishes, utensils, glassware, flatware, pots, and pans, using dishwashers or by hand. Maintaining dish work areas, equipment, and utensils in clean and orderly condition. May also need to restock clean items. Taking out all trash. 

Building Maintenance: Fixing and maintaining mechanical equipment, buildings, and machines. Tasks include plumbing work, flooring repair and upkeep, electrical repairs, and heating and air conditioning system maintenance. 

Housekeeping: Cleaning designated facility areas (dusting, sweeping, mopping, cleaning ceiling vents, restroom cleaning etc.), restocking bathrooms with toilet paper and towels, and documenting items that need attention for maintenance. 

Laundry Room: Washing, drying, ironing, hanging aprons and shirts. 

Supervisor: These professionals manage a restaurant’s kitchen and waitstaff, maintain inventory control, oversee food preparation, and make sure all food safety guidelines are strictly followed. They train staff and perform opening and closing duties. 

Hostess: This position sets the tone of the restaurant. The hostess is the first face customers see when they come in and the last one when they leave. Someone who is friendly, good with names, and excited to be at Do Good would make a great fit. A hostess or host greets customers as they enter the restaurant, takes their reservations or puts them on a waiting list, gives them menus, and shows them to their seats. Duties also include handling phone calls and customer queries about the restaurant and menu, and assisting various restaurant staff whenever necessary. 

Server: Taking orders on the easy to use handhelds, answering questions about the menu and food, selling the restaurant’s food and drinks, taking payments by card on the handheld, communicating orders with the expeditor, seating customers when the hostess is unavailable, pre-bussing tables, helping with customer service, and cleaning. If you are friendly and can multi-task, you would be a great fit. 

 

Busser: Cleaning tables, taking plates, utensils and drinkware to the dishroom to be washed, and resetting tables for the next service. You may need to help the dishroom if they are backed up. This is a great entry level position. 

Bartender: Preparing all drinks (beer, wine, soft drinks, and water), interacting with customers, taking orders and serving food and drinks for bar customers (and additional tables during slower hours), assessing bar customers’ needs and preferences, running the cash register (used for anyone paying with cash), checking out all to go orders. You must be 21 to be in this position and ready to spark conversations with customers. This is a very important multi-tasking and customer service position. 

Ground Maintenance: Seasonal work which may include snow/ice removal, raking leaves, mowing lawn, pulling weeds, mulching, trimming bushes, maintaining, sweeping the patio and sidewalks, watering flowers, and moving patio furniture in and out of storage. 

Office Help: Miscellaneous office duties. 

Art, Design, Photography: If you have artistic talents, let us know, and we will let you know how you can help.

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