WILLIAMSBURG LODGE AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION FOOD & BEVERAGE
Type of Job
Description of Property
Newly renovated guest rooms for your getaway in the heart of the Historic Area!
From a day spent at the spa to time on the golf course and everything in between, Williamsburg Lodge offers a relaxing retreat, in our newly renovated rooms just steps away from all the action.
About the job
As a Food and Beverage Intern participants at the Williamsburg Lodge, you work closely with our leadership team developing key skills and competencies that will help launch you into the world of the Food and Beverage and Resort/Hotel Industry.
Through specialized work rotations, you gain valuable experience in all aspects of restaurant and banquet operations, as well as Forbes service and food standards.
Along with your professional development, you have many opportunities to:
Sharpen your critical thinking, communication and leadership skills.
Prepare the room and the tables for the service.
Offer a service of quality.
Help to present the menus, daily specials, drinks etc …
Take orders from customers and serve the dishes.
Clear the tables if necessary.
Check and manage stocks of raw materials.
Optimize the supply chain if necessary, in particular by signalling the products arriving out of stock.
Respect the health and safety rules in force at the establishment.
Applicants must be:
A hospitality, hotel management, food & beverage management student or a recent graduate.
Able to communicate in English.
Experience is not a must but a plus.
Salary and Benefits
Information coming soon...
Description of Location
Founded in 1632, Williamsburg was the first, and for a long time, the only municipality in Virginia. This made it the political, educational, and social center of the largest and wealthiest colony of the British Empire.
Today, the City of Williamsburg is an independent city with an estimated population of 14,954, as of 2019. Williamsburg sits along Interstate 64 corridor midway between Richmond and Norfolk/Virginia Beach — at the center of the Eastern Virginia region, which has a population of more than 2.5 million.
Greater Williamsburg, with its population of more than 94,000, has remained one of the fastest growing regions in Virginia over the past three decades.
310 S England St, Williamsburg, VA 23185, USA