Restaurant Servers are responsible for positive Guest interactions while serving Guests in a friendly and efficient manner and play an integral role in ensuring our customers have exceptional dining experiences.
• Prepare room for dining and setting decorations, condiments, candles, napkins, service plates and utensils
• Protect establishment and patrons by adhering to sanitation, safety and alcohol beverage control policies
• Help patrons select food and beverages by presenting menu; offering cocktails; suggesting courses; explaining the chef's specialties; identifying appropriate wines; answering food preparation questions
• Transmit orders to bar and kitchen by recording patrons' choices; identifying patrons' special dietary needs and special requests
• Keep kitchen staff informed by noting timing of meal progression
• Serve orders by picking up and delivering patrons' choices from bar and kitchen; deliver accompaniments and condiments from service bars
• Maintain table setting by removing courses as completed; replenishing utensils; refilling water glasses; being alert to patron spills or other special needs
• Properly open and pour wine at the tableside
• Obtain revenues by totaling charges; issuing bill; accepting payment; delivering bill and payment to host; returning change or credit card and signature slip to patrons
• Perform basic cleaning tasks as needed or directed by supervisor
• Assist with special events as needed
Collection Tech I
On the Election Day, the Collection tech specialist I is in charge of loading and organizing field support equipment into the transportation vehicle. The collection support specialist is also responsible of ensuring the vehicle is transported to the precinct on time, organize the collection station.
Sets up and monitors the voting equipment in the precinct and provides technical support for the DS200 Optical Scanner and ExpressVote if needed. They will make contact with the clerk to set up the precinct. Election night, specific materials must be returned by the VST back to the Regional Site.
Warehouse specialist I
Enumerators collect demographic, economic and housing data on behalf of the U.S. Census Bureau. They are responsible for canvassing neighborhoods, then documenting and reporting the information.
The duties of an enumerator include:
• Chart out plans to visit residents of a specified city
• Create survey sheets or work on predefined surveys to gather census information
• Conduct an extensive and thorough visual survey of areas that need to be covered during the census taking the procedure
• Contact people through telephone, email and in-person to obtain pertinent data
• Physically travel to residents' homes to interview them
• Ask questions pertaining to name, age, religious preference and state of residency
• Explain the objectives of surveys and their procedures to people who are to be interviewed
• Interpret interview questions to assist people in understanding them and providing eloquent answers • Assist people in filling out survey forms and explaining items on survey forms
• Double-check information on survey forms or information pads to ensure the accuracy of information • Identify and report any issues that may arise while attempting to obtain valid data
• Compile, record and code information derived from specified forms into a predefined database
• Ensure that the supervisor is kept abreast of completed assignments and progress
• Analyze the authenticity of the information provided by ensuring direct contact with each family member within a family
• Ensure that repeat visits are performed in case a family member is not present in the first instance • Compile reports of information derived from census activities and ensure that they vetted by the supervisor.
The Ministry of Culture Chamber chorus Koribe is an institutional art initiative to promote the Dominican folklore. The first tenor is the highest masculine voice in the chorus usually performing the most noticeable melodies of the male voice. The responsibilities include attending weekly rehearsals and performing first sight singing of the musical part following instructions of the director.
Perform in all of the institutional events and private buyouts.
Travel to other cities and countries is required. Assist festivals, and mandatory master classes. Ensure all the music material is prepared and polished for the recurrent rehearsals.
Expert-level education in creating and producing music directly from Berklee's accomplished faculty. Throughout this program, you will learn to multitrack record, overdub, edit, and mix music in a variety of styles using complex digital audio systems. This program will give you the analytical and professional skills needed for a variety of music production-focused careers including music producer, recording engineer, mix engineer, mastering engineer, live sound engineer, sound technician, and more.
In addition, solo recitals provide students the opportunity to present solos in a formal, public setting. Students receive intensive instruction in performance skills and techniques. There are regular opportunities to perform as part of an ensemble, and students are encouraged to practice their skills.
Before graduating, vocal performance majors often complete Professional Success within the Fine Arts. This course prepares students for life after graduation, with an insider's look at the music industry and its business practices.
Fundamentals of Finance
Wharton - University of Pensilvania.
April 6 2021
Basic fundamentals of corporate finance. Based on the pre-term qualifying courses for Wharton MBA students, Professor Jessica Wachter has designed this course for learners who need a refresher in financial concepts, or for those who are learning about corporate finance for the first time. You'll identify foundational concepts in corporate finance, such as NPV, Compound and Simple Interest, and Annuities versus Perpetuities. You'll also learn how to apply the NPV framework to calculating fixed- income valuation and Equity, using hypothetical examples of corporate projects. By the end of this course, you'll have honed your skills in calculating risk and returns to optimize investments, and be able to assess the right set of financial information to achieve better returns for your firm.
2-15 Health and life (Annuities and Variable Contracts)
January 2021 to Present
Currently enrolled in the Health & Life (including Annuities & Variable Contracts) Pre-license program by Kaplan University.
Jean Marc Benitah - GM at Juvia rooftop
Christopher Mancilla - Sous-Chef at Juvia rooftop
Raymond Garcia - Supervisor Miami-Dade elections center
Tiara Berry, US Census Bureau Field Supervisor
Nadia Nicola - Director of the chamber chorus of the Ministry of Culture of the Dominican Republic
Ministry of Culture of the Dominican Republic
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