Waiter / Waitress (Casual Weekend Role)
JPRestaurants
Full Time
Seasonal
1 Year Experience
Coins Icon £13.52 - £15.01 / Hour
Waiter / Waitress (Casual Weekend Role)
JPRestaurants

Full Time
Seasonal
1 Year Experience
Coins Icon £13.52 - £15.01 / Hour
Skills
Menu Knowledge
Job description
Attentive, tactful, warm, and professional: our waiters and waitresses are the people who bring our customers’ dining experiences to life.

As a company, we look for enthusiastic, friendly, and personable team members who have a passion for great service and show a dedication to the smaller details. Experience in a premium-casual restaurant is highly desirable, but we believe a warm personality and keen organisational skills are equally as important.

If you can commit to at least two weekends' work a month, we would be delighted to hear from you - whether you have prior experience in restaurants, or have other customer-facing experience.

We are currently recruiting for casual roles at our restaurants in St Helier and St Brelade.

Please note - applicants for this role should be 18 or over, as the role involves some bar work and taking alcohol orders. Applicants who are 16- or 17-years-old can apply for our Food Runner vacancies, found here: https://harri.com/JpRestaurants/job/1830631-runner-casual-weekend-summer-role

What we offer:

This role has a basic hourly rate of £12.74 per hour, plus 6.12% to cover annual leave, totalling £13.52 per hour.

For casual employees, an enhanced rate totalling £15.01 per hour is paid for hours worked during our peak periods of  Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays (other hours are paid at the basic rate, above).

Our employees also have access to a generous benefits package, including meals provided while on duty, and staff discount across our restaurant and café businesses.

It's important to say that we've moved away from tips, and for good reason: our team's remuneration is written into contracts, and isn't reliant on gratuities - for more information go to https://jprestaurants.com/news/living-wage-employers

Right to work:

This is an imminent hire and, as such, requires the candidate to have the immediate right to work in Jersey and the United Kingdom (Jersey, UK, or Irish passport, EU Settled or Pre-Settled Status, or Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK).

If you do not have the immediate right to work in the UK (and would need to apply for a visa), please instead apply to one of our "Fixed-term" vacancies at https://harri.com/jprestaurants

Our approach:

Our aim is for customers to leave wanting to return – and recommending us to their friends and family. With our customer-first approach, we are clear and transparent about what we offer and what customers can expect, and we are constantly listening to feedback from our customers and team members on how we can improve further.

Our business:

Established in 1946 as a small family-owned studio pottery, Jersey Pottery grew to become one of the Island’s busiest and most popular tourist attractions in the 1980s. In the early 1960s a coffee bar was introduced to cater to tourists visiting the ceramic factory and showroom. The original coffee bar was the beginning of JPRestaurants, which has now become one of the leading restaurant and catering businesses in Jersey, serving thousands of customers daily with fresh, local and innovative food.

JPRestaurants has invested in digitalisation to drive excellence, enhance customer service and build a better working environment for its workforce. Our team has the opportunity to work and develop skills in a hospitality environment backed by a world-class technology infrastructure and innovative working practices.

We are also mindful of our role as a local business and look to work for the benefit of our community and environment through careful management of our suppliers, good working conditions and initiatives to support others less fortunate than us.
Attentive, tactful, warm, and professional: our waiters and waitresses are the people who bring our customers’ dining experiences to life.

As a company, we look for enthusiastic, friendly, and personable team members who have a passion for great service and show a dedication to the smaller details. Experience in a premium-casual restaurant is highly desirable, but we believe a warm personality and keen organisational skills are equally as important.

If you can commit to at least two weekends' work a month, we would be delighted to hear from you - whether you have prior experience in restaurants, or have other customer-facing experience.

We are currently recruiting for casual roles at our restaurants in St Helier and St Brelade.

Please note - applicants for this role should be 18 or over, as the role involves some bar work and taking alcohol orders. Applicants who are 16- or 17-years-old can apply for our Food Runner vacancies, found here: https://harri.com/JpRestaurants/job/1830631-runner-casual-weekend-summer-role

What we offer:

This role has a basic hourly rate of £12.74 per hour, plus 6.12% to cover annual leave, totalling £13.52 per hour.

For casual employees, an enhanced rate totalling £15.01 per hour is paid for hours worked during our peak periods of  Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays (other hours are paid at the basic rate, above).

Our employees also have access to a generous benefits package, including meals provided while on duty, and staff discount across our restaurant and café businesses.

It's important to say that we've moved away from tips, and for good reason: our team's remuneration is written into contracts, and isn't reliant on gratuities - for more information go to https://jprestaurants.com/news/living-wage-employers

Right to work:

This is an imminent hire and, as such, requires the candidate to have the immediate right to work in Jersey and the United Kingdom (Jersey, UK, or Irish passport, EU Settled or Pre-Settled Status, or Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK).

If you do not have the immediate right to work in the UK (and would need to apply for a visa), please instead apply to one of our "Fixed-term" vacancies at https://harri.com/jprestaurants

Our approach:

Our aim is for customers to leave wanting to return – and recommending us to their friends and family. With our customer-first approach, we are clear and transparent about what we offer and what customers can expect, and we are constantly listening to feedback from our customers and team members on how we can improve further.

Our business:

Established in 1946 as a small family-owned studio pottery, Jersey Pottery grew to become one of the Island’s busiest and most popular tourist attractions in the 1980s. In the early 1960s a coffee bar was introduced to cater to tourists visiting the ceramic factory and showroom. The original coffee bar was the beginning of JPRestaurants, which has now become one of the leading restaurant and catering businesses in Jersey, serving thousands of customers daily with fresh, local and innovative food.

JPRestaurants has invested in digitalisation to drive excellence, enhance customer service and build a better working environment for its workforce. Our team has the opportunity to work and develop skills in a hospitality environment backed by a world-class technology infrastructure and innovative working practices.

We are also mindful of our role as a local business and look to work for the benefit of our community and environment through careful management of our suppliers, good working conditions and initiatives to support others less fortunate than us.