Jobs at Calderwood

Want to be part of our team here at Calderwood Hall in 2019? We’d love to have you! We are currently accepting applications for the following jobs. Please send a cover letter and resume to: email@calderwoodhall.com

OPERATIONS JOBS

Housekeeper

The housekeeper is responsible for cleaning the main hall, the back laundry area, and the back apartment staircase.

In the shoulder season (September–May), these areas must be cleaned 3 times per week. In the summer season (June–August), they must be cleaned 5 times per week.

Cleaning must be done early in morning, and generally takes 2 hours. Monthly deep cleanings of the kitchen, floors, booths, walls, bathroom, and windows are also required. Housekeeper must be self-motivated, reliable, and a good communicator.

MARKET JOBS

Market Assistant

Calderwood Hall is seeking an enthusiastic, outgoing, and friendly individual to join our team as the market assistant for the busy summer months.

The market assistant’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to, greeting customers and providing knowledge of our products; keeping the market clean, organized, and well stocked; operating the cash register and bagging groceries; handling high customer traffic; and providing excellent day to day customer service. The market assistant is an hourly position and reports directly to the market lead and manager.

FRONT OF HOUSE JOBS

Front House Lead

The floor leader is responsible for the nightly dining operation and front house staff. The floor leader sees the big picture, makes sure the restaurant opens, runs throughout the night, and closes on time and effectively. The floor leader is the point person for front house staff and is responsible for maintaining clear and professional communication.

During service, the floor leader is the communication liaison between the kitchen and the front house staff. The floor leader must ensure that customers are satisfied, food and drinks are of high quality, the building is running smoothly, and the staff is working effectively. The floor leader oversees all end-of-night responsibilities.

The floor lead must have a positive and professional attitude, communicate well with all coworkers and managers, and treat customers fairly and with respect.

Bar Back

The bar back is in charge of helping with all bar-related tasks throughout the night. The bar back will help with setting up the bar, keeping the bar tidy and well stocked, and cleaning it at the end of the shift.

The bar back maintains a presence at the bar counter, taking orders, adding drinks to tabs, checking people out, pouring beer and wine, and clearly communicating with customers. The bar back must know how to troubleshoot POS system, customer concerns, or other counter-related issues.

The bar back serves all counter customers. When time allows, the bar back also covers the main dining area, refilling customers’ drinks and clearing tables. The bar back must maintain a professional and positive attitude, communicate well with all coworkers and managers, and treat customers fairly and with respect.

Counter One

The first counter stays at the main counter throughout the night entering customers' orders into the POS system. The first counter must maintain a welcoming presence as the face of the restaurant and clearly communicate with customers. The first counter must know how to troubleshoot the printer, POS system, and internet and solve customer complaints or other counter-related issues.

The first counter position is in charge of handling the majority of transactions, gift certificates, orders, and to- go orders. The first counter must know the menu, any specials, and what we are out of for the night. The first counter must maintain a professional and positive attitude, communicate well with all coworkers and managers, and treat customers fairly and with respect.

Counter Two

The second counter enters orders into the POS system and also acts as a server. During service, the second counter must be observant. The second counter must know the menu, any specials, and what we are out of for the night.

The second counter is in charge of answering the phone and taking takeout orders. The second counter must maintain a welcoming presence as the face of the restaurant and clearly communicate with customers. The second counter must maintain a professional and positive attitude, communicate well with all coworkers and managers, and treat customers fairly and with respect.

Server/Runner

The server/runner is in charge of customer service at tables throughout the night. The server/runner must pay attention to customers' needs, fill the server station, clear tables, and take food to tables.

The server/runner will constantly make rounds of the restaurant. The server/runner must maintain a welcoming presence as the face of the restaurant and clearly communicate with customers. The server/runner must troubleshoot customer complaints and food issues and direct questions or problems to the House Manager. The server/runner must maintain a professional and positive attitude, communicate well with all coworkers and managers, and treat customers fairly and with respect.

Night Shift Dishwasher

The night dishwasher is in charge of the dish area and all dishes throughout the night. The night dishwasher sets up the dish area at the beginning of the shift and keeps it organized and well-stocked throughout the night. The night dishwasher is responsible for cleaning it at the end of the shift.

The night dishwasher must work fast and be consistent throughout the night. The night dishwasher keeps the kitchen, bar, and server station stocked with needed dishes. The night dishwasher must maintain a professional and positive attitude, communicate well with all coworkers and managers, and treat customers fairly and with respect.