Food & Beverage Attendant
We appreciate your interest in Fun Spot America and assure you that we are interested in your qualifications. A clear and full understanding of your background and work history will aid us in placing you in a position that best meets your qualifications and any opening that we may have at this time.
Applications will be considered without discrimination because of race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, veteran's status, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state, or local law. Fun Spot America also provides reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities in accordance with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and applicable state and local laws.
The Food & Beverage Attendant is a representative of Fun Spot America and must maintain a high standard of safety, guest service and cleanliness. Candidates should have good communication skills and enjoy working alongside others. Food & Beverage attendants should have a friendly, helpful and polite manner. The job typically requires standing for extended periods of time. Fun Spot America is open 10am – midnight, Monday – Sunday and your schedule will vary. Hours vary throughout the year, adjusting to the on & off seasons.
All Food & Beverage Employees begin at the Basic Attendant position; it is the first position for the Food & Beverage Department. The Level One Attendant is responsible for knowledge of the following:
Job Description – Be knowledgeable of all aspects of being a Waiter / Waitress.
Uniforms – Maintaining a clean and presentable uniform.
Cleaning Chemicals – Only use certain chemicals on specified surfaces.
Proper Cleaning Procedures – Follow guidelines when using chemicals.
Condiment Stand – Keeping condiments and utensils filled.
Merchandiser – Keep merchandiser stocked. Rotate drinks properly.
Soda Station – Keep ice in soda station and area cleaned.
Stock and Refill Procedures – Remove old product; insert clean product.
Serving Procedures – Call orders by number if possible bring the food out to the guests.
Proper Radio Codes and Usage – Know radio codes.
Radio Storage – Store in designated area.
10 / 20 Rule – Ensures a Safe – Clean – Fun experience for the guests.
Shift Change Procedures – Must complete certain duties before leaving.
Washing, Rinsing, and Sanitizing – Follow proper guidelines.
Closing Procedures – Condiment stand in cooler, sweep / mop the floor.
**Note: Once a Basic Attendant has been trained, he/she may then proceed to be trained for the next Level #2 position Food Prep Team Member, then onto Level #3 Cashier, and finally Level #4 Outdoor Food Attendant (Dip N Dots, ICEE, Funnel Cake, etc.)
To Apply, interested candidates should call (407) 363-3867 ext. 118 and ask for Barbara Ramirez - mention CFEC.org job posting