Waiters take orders and serve food and beverages to patrons at tables in dining establishment. Check with customers to ensure that they are enjoying their meals and take action to correct any problems.
- • excellent customer service skills
- • an interest in food and drink
- • high standards of personal hygiene
- • the ability to remain calm under pressure
- • an awareness of health and safety issues
- • the ability to memorise orders
- • good numeracy skills for dealing with bills and payments
- • the ability to work on your own and as part of a team
You will not usually need any specific qualifications to work as a waiter or waitress, but you will need a good standard of maths and English and excellent 'people' skills. Previous experience of customer service would also give you an advantage.
The South-Eastern town in London is a thriving urban town, and is known as the hearth for English Rugby, with its very own Twickenham Stadium – which is one of the main attractions of the town. Being part of Greater London, some of London’s vast wealth is visible throughout the town, with various notable architectural landmarks, including the London Marriot Hotel, Strawberry Hill House and Garden, and the aforementioned Twickenham Stadium, to name but a few of the local attractions.
Being part of the thriving borough of Greater London, there are naturally several transport options available to someone living and working in the Twickenham area. A selection of train stations are available on various sides of the town, including Whitton, Strawberry Hill, and St. Margaret’s. Twickenham is also located near the banks of the River Thames, and is only five miles from Heathrow Airport. If this wasn’t enough, Twickenham is not far from the M3, M4, or the A316 and A307. With all these transport options available, it is not surprising that Twickenham is such a bustling town in the borough of London.