This way, your application materials will show the employer that you're a qualified candidate for the position. Provide descriptions of your previous restaurant jobs, accompanied by bulleted statements about your achievements and significant contributions in each role.
Also mention any restaurant point-of-sale (POS) systems or other computer technologies you are familiar with. In the “Education” section of your resume, list any college degrees you hold or are currently pursuing.
I would really appreciate the chance to share my skills and enthusiasm with you.
, whilst in that position I learned a lot about the role and I am now ready to progress my career further.
I am interested in food and enjoy finding out about new ingredients and like to ask questions to my Manager and the Chefs. Should you be interested in my skills, please do not hesitate to contact me and I will be happy to answer any questions that you may have.
Thank you for taking the time to read my letter and CV. I have a friendly and enthusiastic approach to food service and hospitality.
I think it is very important to provide excellent service so that customers come back and remember their dining experience.
I feel that I have a confident nature, am happy to learn new skills and always like to ensure that I am busy and that everyone around me is working hard to achieve a pleasant experience for the customers.
Being a waiter will require you to have excellent communication skills as you will be serving and dealing with customers and helping them to have a pleasant dining experience.
A background in customer service or a customer facing role could be helpful.