Food & Beverage is the largest department within Grand Canyon National Park Lodges. F&B operations range from elegant dining rooms with canyon views to family style restaurants to high volume cafeteria operations. F&B is a great department to start work in as it provides abundant opportunities and career development skills.
**Kitchen Utility: The job where it all begins and ends in F&B. Responsible for dish/pot machine operation, employee dining room operation, maintaining sanitation standards. Continual movement, heavy lifting required.
**Cafeteria Worker: Take food order requests from the guests, plate the food and present it, clear tables, stock side stands and beverages. This is a high volume and fast paced position. Lots of public contact, long periods of standing, lifting required.
Snack Shop Attendant: Work in soda fountain type setting serving ice cream, sodas, snack foods. Lots of public contact and long periods of standing.
Dining Room Busser: This is a good starting position for the front of the house, as we promote many bussers to servers. Assist the servers in providing F&B service in the dining rooms. Greet the guests, pour beverages, clear and reset the tables, stock side stands. Heavy public contact, lifting required. Tipped position.
Hostess/Host: Greet the guests as they arrive at the dining room. Seat guests promptly and in a manner that ensures proper service flow. Long periods of standing, heavy public contact.
Food & Beverage Cashier: Cashiers transactions in dining rooms or cafeterias. Previous cashiering experience required. Heavy public contact.
Cooks: Our F&B operations have different levels of cook positions: cook help, prep, batch cooking, line on broiler, grill, sauté, expediting, wheel, eggs, and station cooks. Cooks may be assigned to the cafeteria or à la carte kitchens depending on skill level, experience and necessity. Must maintain recipe, production, portion and sanitation standards. Long periods of standing, heavy lifting required.
F&B Server: At the South Rim, applicants must be willing to start as dining room bussers and work up to a server position. They must provide the best possible F & B service to our guests, complete side work, do suggestive selling of menu items. They may work day and/or evening shifts. Previous experience required in high volume a la carte dining rooms. Intense public contact, long periods of standing. Tipped position.
F&B Supervisory Positions: For more information on openings and responsibilities, contact the employment office or watch for updates here.