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SLS Baha Mar Baha Mar Casino &, Nassau, New Providence, The Bahamas
Oct 16, 2017
Full Time
Job Title: Busser - SLS Reports to: Restaurant Manager   SLS at Baha Mar’s Restaurant Busser will work together with the Restaurant Manager to provide prompt, courteous service to restaurant patrons and ensure guests’ expectations for their hotel dining experiences are exceeded. The Baha Mar culture begins with PASSION. We have a passion for “BETTER THAN BEST” that leaves a lasting impression on our guests, and creates a timeless resort experience that is glamorous, fun and exceptional. Here is how you can “own the wow!” Care deeply Have a generous spirit Thrive as part of a team Pay exacting attention to details Create emotional connections with our guests Be strongly committed to Baha Mar’s success What you will also have already accomplished: High School Diploma 1 years+ of experience in a restaurant, night club or related field Hospitality/Tourism Busser experience preferred Description of Responsibilities SLS at Baha Mar’s Restaurant Busser will be responsible for providing prompt, courteous service to restaurant patrons and ensure guests’ expectations for their hotel dining experiences are exceeded. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: Provide dynamic services to ensure guests are “wowed” by SLS at Baha Mar’s hospitality Ensure proper set-up, stocking and delivery of supplies, glassware and ice Set all tables to SLS at Baha Mar’s standards of excellence Maintain tables throughout service, clearing dishes and glassware between courses Ensure all areas are clean and tidy; scraping dishes, polishing glasses and silverware, sweeping, stocking and more Answer all questions and resolve any guest complaints in a timely, friendly and professional manner Uphold the highest standards of courtesy and conduct exceeding expectations Proactively support all hotel restaurant tactics always adhering to company policies Immediately report any security, maintenance, housekeeping issues to management Total compliance with SLS at Baha Mar’s standards of operation Stay current on hospitality best practices and industry trends Perform other duties as assigned              
SLS Baha Mar Baha Mar Casino &, Nassau, New Providence, The Bahamas
Oct 16, 2017
Full Time
Job Title: Pastry Chef Reports to:      Executive Chef SLS at Baha Mar’s Pastry Chef will work together with the Executive Chef to oversee the hotel’s pastry preparations, exhibiting creative baking and decorating talents while preparing and presenting desserts, pastries, and confections to ensure guests’ expectations for their hotel dining experiences are exceeded. The Baha Mar culture begins with PASSION. We have a passion for “BETTER THAN BEST” that leaves a lasting impression on our guests, and creates a timeless resort experience that is glamorous, fun and exceptional. Here is how you can “own the wow!” Care deeply Have a generous spirit Thrive as part of a team Pay exacting attention to details Create emotional connections with our guests Be strongly committed to Baha Mar’s success What you will also have already accomplished: Degree in Culinary Arts, Hotel and Restaurant Management, or related major and/or High School Diploma with 4 years pastry cooking experience in a restaurant, hotel or related field Hospitality/Tourism Pastry Chef experience preferred Description of Responsibilities SLS at Baha Mar’s Pastry Chef will be responsible for overseeing the hotel’s pastry preparations, exhibiting creative baking and decorating talents while preparing and presenting desserts, pastries, and confections to ensure guests’ expectations for their hotel dining experiences are exceeded. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: Utilize dynamic pastry skills to ensure guests are “wowed” by SLS at Baha Mar’s delicious food Ensure all aspects of pastry preparation, cooking and presenting of dishes adhere to guidelines/customer preferences Liaise with kitchen staff and management regarding customers’ orders and general service of kitchen operations Maintain a safe and hygienic working environment to include proper storage of pastries, equipment, utensils and implements etc. Prepare and cook extraordinary pastry dishes in adherence with standardized recipes Develop new pastry dishes and dessert menus Exemplify high standards of food hygiene and follow established health and safety regulations Monitor portion and waste control to maintain profit margins  Know product availability, preparation, nutritional and storage aspects Ensure that baked menu mix meets varied guests’ dietary needs and requests Proactively support all hotel restaurant tactics always adhering to company policies Document waste and spoilage Immediately report any security, maintenance, housekeeping issues to management Suggest new techniques of service for maximum guest satisfaction at minimum operating costs Total compliance with SLS at Baha Mar’s standards of operation Stay current on hospitality best practices and industry trends Perform other duties as assigned  
SLS Baha Mar Baha Mar Casino &, Nassau, New Providence, The Bahamas
Oct 16, 2017
Full Time
Job Title: Sous Chef Reports to:      Executive Chef   SLS at Baha Mar’s Sous Chef will work together with the Executive Chef and is responsible for performing all duties to support the seamless running of the kitchen, while establishing and maintaining standards of operation and providing a highly efficient and effective service whilst ensuring that all food production and operation adheres to specified food cost percentage.   The Baha Mar culture begins with PASSION. We have a passion for “BETTER THAN BEST” that leaves a lasting impression on our guests, and creates a timeless resort experience that is glamorous, fun and exceptional. Here is how you can “own the wow!” Care deeply Have a generous spirit Thrive as part of a team Pay exacting attention to details Create emotional connections with our guests Be strongly committed to Baha Mar’s success What you will also have already accomplished: High School Diploma or equivalent preferred Minimum of 2 years cooking/kitchen experience preferably in an upscale or lifestyle brand hotel restaurant. Excellent time management skills Previous experience is a leadership role   Description of Responsibilities SLS at Baha Mar’s Sous Chef will work together with the Executive Chef and is responsible for performing all duties to support the seamless running of the kitchen, while establishing and maintaining standards of operation and providing a highly efficient and effective service whilst ensuring that all food production and operation adheres to specified food cost percentage. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: Check all prepared food stocks (including dry stores) and replenish as necessary. Assign, in detail, specific duties to all employees for efficient operation of the kitchen. Supervise and assist in the preparation of all food, ensuring all necessary work is completed prior to the commencement of service. Assist in the prevention of pilferage from the dry stores and refrigeration within the department. Control wastage by maintaining the correct stock levels and rotation from dry stores and avoid the over production of food. Be aware of the required food cost percentage and run the section within these guidelines. Assist other sections of the kitchen in the production and service of food or the cleaning down of the section as and when required due to the workload Remain on duty until the following shift takes over or until you are discharged by the Executive Chef. Ensure all working areas of the kitchen, dry stores and refrigeration are always maintained in a clean and hygienic condition, and especially at the end of your shift. Maintain constant quality control of all food prepared and cooked ensuring it is to the Executive Chef’s and Restaurant standards. Ensure all main cool rooms are always tidy and clean, especially after each service, so the Duty Chef can carry out daily ordering. Follow appropriate personal hygiene procedures to ensure food served to guests is safe for consumption. Check and ensure the correctness of the temperature of appliances and food using thermostats and thermometers, including monitoring freezer systems, such as fans, drains, and doors, for proper operation, and report issues or problems to facility management. Assist in proper training and direction of departmental assistants in compliance with company standards of quality, specifications, portion control, recipes, employee relations, sanitation, etc. Perform other related duties as assigned.  

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Fusion Superplex first broke ground in 2016 with the goal of building a 100,000 square foot, $42 million dollar entertainment facility. Founded by Bahamians, invested in by Bahamians and built for Bahamians, Fusion Superplex will offer entertainment options never before seen in our country. Fusion Superplex is completely focused on providing customers with the ultimate entertainment experience. Every detail of the facility has been designed with the customer in mind, from choosing the perfect kernel of popcorn, tirelessly testing theatre seats for maximum comfort, to investing millions in the most up to date technologies in movie viewing, gaming and dining. No corner of the globe has been left unexplored to bring innovations from Asia, Europe, South America , Canada and The United States to our shores. Fusion Superplex is expected to be the authority on family entertainment and a facility that will win the admiration and loyalty of every guest to walk through its doors. Top Five Reasons Why YOU Should Join OUR Team  We offer the 2nd largest IMAX screen in the Western Hemisphere, and the only 4DX cinema in the Caribbean.  We have built a full-service entertainment facility to include a restaurant, arcade, ice-cream parlour , coffee house, soft play centre and event area. We are the most modern and technically advanced family entertainment experience in the Caribbean. We put family first and we want you to join our family. We promise to maintain an energized and uplifting atmosphere for our team. ​ We believe in Bahamians, we will do our part to rebuild the community.  
How Can I Get A Good Job With No Experience? It’s a question as old as time. Here’s how to get your foot in the door when you don’t have any previous work experience. By Lolly Daskal   Thousands of high school and college students across the country will soon be asking this age-old question: If all jobs require experience, how can you get that first job when your only experience is your degree? Leadership coach Lolly Daskal helps graduates get their foot in the door. Hi, I graduated in December with an English degree (useless, I know). I didn’t really know what I wanted to do for most of my time in college, and I’m still kind of grasping at straws. I spend a lot of time looking at job postings and applying for things (even unpaid internships), but I have no previous experience in the fields I think I’m most interested in. How do I get a job without any experience? Please help!   Lolly Daskal is a leadership development and CEO coach and consultant and founder of Lead From Within. First, remember that everyone begins with no experience–so you’re not alone. You didn’t mention which fields you’re interested in entering, but you did say your English degree was useless. I strongly disagree. An English degree may not translate immediately to a great focused job the same way a degree in, say, accounting might do, but it certifies that you have high-level skills in communication, analytical thinking, and creativity–skills that are greatly valued in many workplace settings. Depending on the professional and educational choices you make now, your degree can be the springboard to anything from law to journalism to technical writing to teaching. When you are just out of college and embarking on finding a career path, it’s easy to feel intimidated. Job searching without much work experience can be frustrating, but with some hard work, a lot of ambition, and confidence in yourself, it can happen. Here’s how to get there: 1. Embrace Your Reality If you’re applying for entry-level positions, most people aren’t expecting you to come in with a resume filled with experience. Instead, embrace your inexperience and leverage it as motivation to learn. Highlight examples of your dedication, curiosity, and commitment to learning and growth. People who are hiring are looking for people who are willing to work hard and want to learn. 2. Identify Your Skills Make a list of all the skills listed in postings for the role you’re looking to get: computer skills, technical skills, communication skills, research skills, problem-solving skills. What do people come to you for help with? 3. Make The Link When you decide to apply for a given position, you must have a reason to believe you can do the job well. Spend some time analyzing that link. What formal or informal experience do you have, or what personal traits, that make the job a good fit? Be analytical and creative in this process. Once you establish the link for yourself, you can explain it to a potential employer. 4. Emphasize “Soft Skills” What will make you stand out from the rest? Remember to showcase qualities like friendliness, professionalism, responsiveness, and follow-through. Strong soft skills can go a long way, because they can’t really be taught. 5. Know Your Own Worth You might not have years of work experience, but what else in your background can demonstrate your worth to an employer? Experience doesn’t have to just come from traditional jobs; market any skills you’ve developed in other areas of your life. 6. Balance Confidence With Beginner’s Mind Confidence is important, but it has to be laced with humility and modesty–the hallmarks of “beginner’s mind.” Show that you can do the job, but also show that you’re willing to learn. 7. Start Volunteering If you can’t find a job, work for free. A volunteer position can be easier to find than an internship. Volunteer for as much relevant service as you can. You’ll not only gain valuable experience, but will also be able to build a network and get a foot in the door. 8. Network Building your personal network is a reliable path to a great job at any stage of life. Connect with everyone you know–and in turn with everyone they know–through social media, community and professional events, setting up lunch or coffee dates to stay in touch, any way you can find. 9. Keep Learning It may be that you need more education to qualify for what you really want to do–for example, if you discover an interest in law, then it may be time to apply to law school. But even outside of formal education, find ways to keep current and expand your base of knowledge–take noncredit or audit classes, enroll in professional development or special training courses, or just do a lot of reading in your fields of interest. 10. Be Realistic Even making the most of your skills and experience, make sure you’re applying for positions that are appropriate for you. In a tight job market where employers are flooded with highly qualified applicants, there’s less incentive to take a chance on a marginally qualified candidate. Carefully target jobs you truly can prove you can succeed in–not just those where you think, “I could do that,” but those where you can excel with the strength and skills you already have. The more defeated you allow yourself to feel, the more defeatist this experience will be. Every day, do something to find a job, and do it with the mind-set that it is not a futile undertaking but an adventure, a chance to learn and explore. Along the way, remember to put yourself in the shoes of those who will be hiring you. What should make them excited about you? The answer to that question needs to be reflected in everything you do–from your responses on job searches to your cover letter, your résumé and your interview. Make a compelling case for yourself, take your life in your own hands, and make this work. You’ll be surprised at what you can achieve with the right mind-set . Good luck!
What questions should I ask my interviewer? Job Interview Questions to ask an Interviewer Most interviewers will give you an opportunity to ask questions after they’ve finished grilling you, so be prepared to make the most of it. Try to concentrate on issues that are important to you and combine an interest in the company with an interest in the job. With a wide variety of interview styles and structures, there’s every possibility that everything you want or need to know about the job will have been covered over the course of the interview. There is always more information available though and if you don’t have at least five questions to ask the interviewer, you’ll come across as passive rather than curious and interested. Questions you could ask about the role Regarding role specific questions to ask, look through the job description to see if there are any areas that you would like more information about. Here are some good examples of the questions you could ask about the role: Why has the position become available? What are the main objectives and responsibilities of the position? How does the company expect these objectives to be met? What are the measures used to judge how successful I am in the role? What obstacles are commonly encountered in reaching these objectives? What is the desired time frame for reaching the objectives? What can I expect from you in terms of development and support? What aspirations do you have for me at the company? Where will the job fit into the team structure? Questions to ask about the company's culture Good interview preparation should have given you an insight into what it’s like to work for a company, but it’s good to get answers straight from the horse’s mouth in case you’ve misinterpreted anything. These questions are a good place to start: What’s the best thing about working at your company? What is the main thing the organization expects from its employees? How do you build good relationships within teams? What is the turnover of staff like throughout the company? Are there any plans for expansion? How would you describe the company culture and management style? To show your interest and knowledge of the industry the company operates in, it’s also a good idea to have a question ready regarding a current event or issue in the market. For example, "How do you think the recent merger between your two main competitors will affect the future of the industry?" How well your interviewer reacts and answers your questions gives you a great insight into the company. The interview isn’t just for them to see if you’re the right fit for the organization - if you’re confident about your skills and ability to do the job, you should also be making sure they’re the right fit for you. Generally, it’s not a good idea to ask about pay or benefits, as this can make you seem more interested in what the organization can do for you, rather than what you can do for them.
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