[Intro Paragraph] The introduction is the first point of contact between you and potential candidates, so start by introducing the restaurant and provide some information that could be helpful to potential new candidates. You could give some background information on the type of restaurant, the size of the waitstaff, and the satisfaction rate between coworkers. Include all the details that will make your busser job description stand out.
Busser Job Responsibilities: The right busser is committed to ensuring high-quality customer service and the capacity to handle the pressure of restaurant work. Add the job responsibilities that correspond with these job requirements in your busser job description to attract candidates that have the right background. Some examples of responsibilities include:
- Prepares dining room for guests by cleaning and clothing tables, setting decorations, service plates, and utensils.
- Protects the establishment and guests by adhering to sanitation and safety policies.
- Maintains menu presentation by keeping menus clean, replacing damaged or soiled pages, and cleaning chalkboards.
- Maintains table setting by removing courses as completed, refilling water glasses, and being attentive to additional needs.
- Supports waitstaff by setting up and replenishing condiment stands and busser stations.
- Closes dining facility by cleaning chairs and tables, sweeping and vacuuming floors, and removing trash from the facility.
- Updates job knowledge by participating in staff training opportunities.
- Enhances organization reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests.
[Work Hours and Benefits] Most bussers have a flexible schedule. They can choose to work part-time or full-time. Depending on the type of eatery, the expected working hours or days can be very different but may include early mornings or late nights. Don’t forget to include the required availability of the new candidate in your busser job description.
Besides tips and an hourly salary, the busser usually doesn’t receive an extensive benefits package. If this is this different in your restaurant, be sure to include those details. If not, include plusses like flexible work hours, a great work environment, free or discounted meals, or work activities outside of work hours.
Busser Qualifications and Skills
- Must have a great attitude
- Excellent customer service skills
- Working knowledge of spirits, wine, and food
- Great communication skills
- Strong attention to detail
Education and Experience Requirements
- [Number] years’ experience as a busser
- High school diploma or GED
[Call to Action] The final part of your busser job description needs a call to action that encourages interested readers to apply to your job post. Invite them to apply in person by stopping by at your restaurant or leaving an application link candidates can forward their resumes to. Sharing your socials is a great way to engage with interested candidates as well who want to do a little more research into your restaurant.