Beckers Gourmet Restaurant Summer Restaurant Breakfast Server

Beckers Gourmet Restaurant
Jasper, AB
$15 an hour - Full-time, Part-time, Seasonal
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Becker’s Gourmet Restaurant

Jasper National Park, AB

Seasonal May – October 15th

Salary: Competitive Wages

About us:

Becker’s Gourmet Restaurant is located on the Icefields Parkway, just 5 km south of the town of Jasper along the Athabasca River. Jasper National Park is a world class tourist destination and Becker’s Gourmet Restaurant is proudly one of Jasper’s best dining. Both our culinary and front of house team members are dedicated to make a memorable experience for our guests, from inspired gourmet meals to exceptional customer service focused on excellence in every detail. Our dining room offers an elegant yet intimate, relaxing atmosphere while enjoying some of the best mountain views Jasper has to offer. If you have passion for hospitality, food & beverage and enjoy working in a fun-filled environment, we have the right place for you.

Summary of Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Restaurant Manager, responsibilities and essential job functions include but are not limited to the following:

Follow company policies, procedures and service standards.
Always have a pleasant and positive professional image.
Anticipate guests' needs and provide information on food and beverage selections.
Knowledge of all food and beverage items and preparation methods, including features, in order to assist guests with their selections and to promote these items.
Take orders and deliver food and drinks in a prompt and professional manner.
Set up of breakfast buffet for tours, restocking buffet items, making coffee, and ensuring adequate levels to accommodate the volumes of breakfast tour guests.
Clear, bus and re-set tables in a timely fashion.
Ability to work with speed and dexterity in a fast-paced environment, ability to multitask and work effectively as a team.
Reset dining room for dinner service.
Keep restaurant and work areas clean and in an orderly fashion.
Always maintain a cooperative and positive attitude towards the guests and fellow team members.
Maintain accurate guest checks, handle cash float, make accurate deposits, balance credit card and cash sales at the end of every shift.
Ensure a clean and safe working environment with active participation in Health and Safety initiatives.
Complete opening and closing duties.
Ability to take direction.
Able to adapt to early morning shift start times and must be punctual.
Performs additional duties as required such as answering the phone, take-out orders and hosting/greeting guests.

A minimum of 1yr experience serving in a restaurant.
Must have sincere desire to exceed guest expectations.
The ability to work well under pressure, high energy and self- motivated.
Physically fit to lift, stand and walk for the duration of the shift.
Must be a team player and demonstrate good organizational skills.
Physical Aspects of Position (include but are not limited to):

Constant standing and walking throughout shift
Frequent lifting and carrying up to 20lbs
Occasional kneeling, pushing, pulling, lifting
Occasional ascending or descending stairs.
Visa Requirements: Candidates must hold the proper work authorization to legally work in Canada.


Staff accommodation is available to the right candidate. Employees who have a successful end of year contract will receive all paid rent back at end of season.
Competitive wages plus gratuities.
Staff discounts (rooms, restaurant & gift shop).
Free uniform.
Training is provided.
Free Whitewater Rafting.
Monthly staff BBQ's.
Recognition for great work.
Aquatic & Fitness center corporate rates.
Staff bicycles, basketball hoop, and some sports equipment availability.
Free WIFI – intermittently.
Staff Health and Wellness program.
Lasting friendships and memories.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Seasonal
Contract length: 6 months
Part-time hours: 20 - 40 per week

Salary: $15.00 per hour


Discounted or free food
Store discount

Day shift
Supplemental pay types:

Overtime pay

serving: 1 year (required)

Smart Serve, SIR or equivalent (preferred)
Work Location: In person

Expected start date: 2023-06-15

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