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Part time
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Restaurant Servers, Line Cook, Guest Services Agent
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Hotel Colorado | Glenwood Springs, CO
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Job Description

The Hotel Colorado is looking for exceptional employees for the following positions:

• Restaurant Servers – AM and PM – Part Time
• Banquet Servers – On Call
• Host(ess)/Bussers – Part Time
• Line Cook – AM and PM – Full Time
• General Maintenance – Full Time
• Guest Services Agent – Full Time


Duties and Responsibilities: 

· Coordinates activities of dining room staff; monitors efficiency of workflow and service to guests.  

· Answers phone in a courteous and professional manner; schedules dining reservations. 

· Meets and greets guests promptly, courteously, and graciously, addressing guests by name whenever possible 

· Escorts guests to tables and provides menus. 

· Develops and maintains a complete working knowledge of the menus, menu ingredients, daily specials, and what is not available. 

Line Cook

Duties and Responsibilities: 

· Cooks food items in quantities according to menu and number of persons served. 

· Prepares cold items by menu. 

· Adheres to standard plate presentation. 

· Washes dishes as needed. 

· Cuts meat. 


You will get a free meal with every shift.

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About Hotel Colorado

The Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association (CHLA) is a non-profit 501C6 organization that has more than 540 members representing more than 40,000 guestrooms throughout the state of Colorado, from Denver to Durango and Colorado Springs to Ft. Collins, including the world-famous ski areas of Aspen-Snowmass, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Keystone, Vail, Winter Park, Steamboat Springs and Telluride. The CHLA's member properties include romantic bed and breakfast inns, luxury hotels, affordable motels, Colorado ski resorts, Rocky Mountain cabins, rustic guest ranches, relaxing spas, weekend getaway timeshares, and condominium and vacation rental services, ranging in size from three to 1,100 rooms. The origins of the CHLA are traced back to a meeting held in November of 1938. There, a Denver hotel manager, a Denver hotel owner and a Denver lawyer formed the Denver City Hotel Association (DCHA). Eventually, the DCHA evolved into the Colorado Hotel Association (CHA), but the organization's focus on tackling legislative issues that affected hotels did not change. In 1962, the CHA expanded to include motels, thus becoming the Colorado Hotel and Motel Association (CHMA). In 1966, Colorado merged with Wyoming to form the Colorado-Wyoming Hotel and Motel Association, but in 1990 split to become the Colorado Hotel and Motel Association. In 1992, the name change to Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association (CHLA) was official, which is how it remains to date. Despite the changes in members and names of the CHLA through the years, the goals remain the same: to promote a pro-business environment, actively lobby on legislative and regulatory issue which may be beneficial or too far reaching for the industry, market member properties and promote travel and tourism to Colorado.