I have experience in the food business everywhere from waitressing to catering and I also have experience as a barrista. I have also been a quite confident home cook for about six years now. I do understand that there is a huge difference between cooking at home and cooking in a restaurant, however I have made it a point to push my self at home to branch out and try different things that I have ever done before. My skills as a baker have definitely excelled and grown over the past couple of years and I am very confident that I can bake just about anything I am asked to and feel very confident in my knowledge of the very important steps and science behind baking( Experience failing and succeeding over the last six years is a good teacher); not only has my experience at home helped but I have also taken two extensive classes on cooking and baking specifically that not only made me take more risks, but polished my skills as a cook and as a baker.
* I was highly praised for my experience, skills, and responsible approach I took while attending my culinary classes. I was asked to be the head chefs right hand man while catering an event that served over a hundred people, and was placed in charge of the kitchen staff working on the line in the front of the kitchen( about fifteen staff members).
* I was asked to organize and put together a dessert bar for a catering event that served over sixty people.
*I was put in charge of making a main course of spaghetti and meatballs from scratch at a catering event that served about sixty people. I used my own recipe and everyone loved it.
This was my first job. I worked around 4 days a week after school night shifts and weekend day shifts and night shifts occasionally. I loved waiting tables. I also did prep work in the back,cleaning and inventory.
This was one of my favorite jobs. I mainly opened in the mornings. I served coffee, cleaned, took care of inventory and sometimes orders. I also closed on certain days of the week.
I was the main morning waitress in charge of opening for breakfast on the weekends. We averaged around 400 guests for a morning shift, but I always stayed through lunch and left during the break between lunch and dinner after I finished my tickets. I also did prep work, cleaning, busing, and occasionally helped with catering events.
I attended this school from Kindergarten through fourth grade and then I moved to Willow Creek, CA.
This was a private school.
Job Titles Held:
Where can I find a El Zarape Mexican Restaurant waitress resume example in Willow Creek, California ?
This is an actual resume example of a waitress who works in the Bakers Industry. LiveCareer has 19070 Bakers resumes in its database. LiveCareer’s Resume Directory contains real resumes created by subscribers using LiveCareer’s Resume Builder.
© 2018, Bold Limited. All rights reserved.