Waiter / Waitress

  • Greeting guests and taking drink and food orders
  • Staying attentive to the needs of guests in the dining area
  • Delivering food from the kitchen to the guests
  • Ensuring the food order is made correctly by kitchen staff and looks presentable for guests
  • Following health code standards with regards to the handling of food
  • Performing shift duties like delivering racks of cups to the service station, rolling silverware, pre-bussing tables, wiping tables and removing debris and more

Cook / Chef


Cooks are  food professionals who prepare meals in any setting. They typically follow someone else's recipes or meal plans. They may prepare food in mass quantities. Cooks can also perform other duties, like cleaning the kitchen, shopping for supplies with a predetermined list or completing other tasks as instructed by a supervisor.


A chef is a trained culinary professional. They have the educational and practical experience to understand the creative side of food preparation. Chefs make up their own recipes and can make custom dishes for pleasure or upon request. They often plan shopping lists and menus for their establishments. Some chefs also have supervisory roles in their kitchens.


a bartender is any person who prepares or serves alcoholic (and some non-alcoholic beverages) from behind a bar. Bartenders can work in any licensed establishment to include a “bar” and also taverns, restaurants, hotels, casinos and other locations.