I have always worked to support my lifestyle. I have gaps in my employment due to unfortunate events. I have about six months worth of fast food crew experience and about 4 other jobs which I took as needed. I specialize in food preparation and waitering.
When I was in a boy's home I worked as a waiter for about 4 months, then I was promoted, above others applying, to crew chief. Considered for multiple positions in a rehabilitation center due to my enthusiasm. Worked for over eight months on two separate occasions.
While at olive vista I started out as a social services assistant. I helped decorate functions by setting up the meals and preparing for the event. After about a month I was sent to another desk, with the same title, and given the opportunity to work with my peers by entertaining them. In this position I organized a clothing closet, donated to goodwill, served refreshments, troublshot electronical devices, cleaned the patio for music, managed a community store, shopped for snacks and assited with staff related tasks. The emplyer liked me so much she did not want me to leave.
During this training program for the youth, I was sent to work at Smart and Final and the Pomona reparatory opera. While at Smart and Final I was busy restocking shelves, returning carts from the store lot, sweeping and mopping the aisles, recieving supplies from trucks and organizing shelves. When I was at the opera I was responsible for making props, setting up scenes, cleaning up prop area, decorating props, consulting with the actors and moving furniture.
I took this job in the fall and was looking to have money for the holidays. What I got instead was useful skills. My boss taught me how to fill out and document shipping and recieving forms. I was able to learn the function of a pallet jack and move items from our storage to the warehouse. He taught me how to store merchandise on various heights of shelves. Plus I got to send out packages through Fedex.
Being on the team at Fatburger I was taught to equally pull my part doing assigned all around tasks each and every day. Each shift I had different tasks including: French frying, burger and drink preparation, order taking, dishwashing, cleaning, and closing.
One of my first jobs that I had I went into this position happy with my luck. Here I used my knowledge of waitering to: Take orders, make sandwiches, wash dishes, clean floors and tables, communicate with my team, clean up the store, and close the store.
My first job outside of an institution, I took it with glee. Basically the task was to entertain the guests as best as I could and keep a positive attitude. I did everything from: Go-kart observation, rock wall safety, laser tag coordinator, cleaned up after parties, swept up the facility, and served food.
I was sent to the boy's home as a means to finish school. While I was there I was privileged enough to earn a job as a waiter. We had the duty of making the dining room clean enough to look nice and enjoy. I was assigned to various duties such as: Wiping tables, cleaning chairs, cleaning floors, restocking cereal. On the weekends we would do a deep clean; scrubbing floors, washing windows, waxing. After about three months I was promoted to crew chief. I was responsible for making sure the areas were neat and clean.
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