Duties and Responsibilities
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE * Completion of eighth grade; ability to read and write; some experience waiting on tables.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES * Some knowledge of the methods and practices of food service. * Some knowledge of health hazards in food service and precautionary measures. * Ability to interpret and follow oral and written instructions. * Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and patrons of the food service unit. * Ability to work long hours while standing. * Ability to satisfactorily answer patrons' questions regarding food items or service.
* Food Dispatcher
They will have to supervise the production of food and ensure that nothing is being done incorrectly. The storage is also an important role. Fooddispatchers will often have to deal with the storage of the food and then oversee the dispatch of the food to the place that it is being sent.
Food dispatchers also need to be able to coordinate services on the basis of areas, which means that high quality food can always be ensured for the consumers. Ordering food and supplies is another role of food dispatchers.