Food Runner, Bristol, The Ivy Clifton Brasserie

Published 2022-08-11
Expires 2022-09-11
ID #1122801615
Food Runner, Bristol, The Ivy Clifton Brasserie
United Kingdom, Bristol, Bristol,
Published August 11, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Food runner

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Looking for a fast-paced role that
opens doors, values your contribution and rewards your hard work?
You’ve just found it. Whether you’re after stability or the chance to
progress your career quickly, as a Runner at The Ivy get the opportunity to
develop their skills and learn the business as valued members of the operation.
As a Runner, you’ll be working alongside our diverse, inclusive and
supportive team at all levels, helping them to deliver the best service they
can in a fast-paced ever-changing environment.
In return, our Runner will receive an industry-leading pay package,
in-role support to ensure your wellbeing, incredible opportunity for career
progression and the training to make sure you succeed. Plus, you’ll also get
access to an impressive array of benefits.
Our Runner will enjoy these benefits
o   Free food and drinks when working from our
restaurant menus
o   Discounts for all employees and up to three friends when
dining in a hand-picked selection of our restaurants
o   Book your birthday off – guaranteed
o   An additional day’s holiday every year for the first five
o   We reward Refer a Friend – if you successfully refer someone you can earn a reward of up to two thousand pounds
o   Regular social activities organised through our
social committee
o   On every anniversary we celebrate by giving you a gift
o   Extra discounts for all our team on gym memberships,
Shopping, Mobile phones, travel and much more…
With a rich history and an enviable reputation, The Ivy Collection is a
market leader in prestige restaurants. We have exciting future ahead of us as
we continue to open our iconic restaurants across the UK and Ireland.
We want you to share in that. 
We’re committed to the wellbeing of our entire team and offer structured
employment paths and training at every level to ensure your confidence, and
your career, grows with the collection every step of the way. 

Find out about our fast-track recruitment, applying couldn’t be easier.

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    The Ivy Clifton Brasserie
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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    A Food Runner, also known as a Server Assistant, is a restaurant worker who helps the wait staff and bartenders improve the dining experience for customers. They play a crucial part in a restaurant, performing a range of duties including assisting guests with orders, taking feedback, and preparing table set-ups.

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