To Go Specialist

Olive Garden

Chula Vista , CA 91909

Job Description:

Work in a team-oriented, high volume, fast paced, guest-centric environment to deliver on our purpose of Hospitaliano! Our passion for 100% guest delight by:

Demonstrating genuine hospitality and delivering exceptional guest services in the To Go area including:

  • Greets guests, in person or on the phone, in a warm and friendly way to make them feel welcome and appreciated

  • Uses product knowledge to describe food and beverage items and to answer guest's questions

  • Assembles prepared food and condiments correctly following Olive Garden standards

  • Checks prepared orders for accuracy and reviews order with guest in person

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To Go Specialist

Olive Garden