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Makaha Valley Country Club is a part of the Pacific Links International family of golf courses. Pacific Links International provides golfers with a premium golf experience through an innovative membership structure that offers access to the finest collection of high-quality member and affiliated golf clubs in the world. For more information about our company please visit our website, www.pacificlinks.com.

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Makaha Valley Country Club is located in Waianae, Hawaii and is hiring a part-time Restaurant Server. Part-time employees at Pacific Links enjoy many employee benefits such as company provided medical insurance (for those who qualify), 401k and employee golfing privileges!

POSTISION SUMMARY

1. Scope and Impact
The Server’s main responsibility is to ensure that each guest is greeted with a warm and friendly welcome. The Server ensures that each guest’s order is taken in a friendly and timely manner. Ensures that guests receive their correct food and drink orders, answers inquiries relative to items on menu and otherwise attends to the needs of all guests and members.

2. Essential Functions
– Takes drink orders at guest greeting, delivers beverages and offers appetizers.
– Answers questions regarding food and drink items and their preparation. Informs guests of specials and menu changes.
– Maintains table appearance by pre-bussing, checks drink levels, removes clutter and provides adequate napkins as needed.
– Communicates with the kitchen staff to insure any issues regarding food quality are addressed.
– Follows alcohol awareness procedures for preventing intoxication and dealing with intoxicated guests. Notifies bartender or manager on duty if a guest should not be served.
– Presents check for payment and provides change in a timely manner.
– Follows appropriate accounting procedures for closing checks.

3. Job Requirements
A. Education/Experience Required
– Requires a minimum of one year previous food & beverage experience.
– Requires previous cashiering experience.
B. Technical Skills Required
– Must be able to operate point-of-sale system.
– Solid knowledge of math and the ability to accurately make change from cash transactions.
– Ability to handle credit card transactions.
– Ability to balance transactions at the end of each shift.

C. Language Skills
– Must be able to communicate professionally and effectively verbally with guests, co-workers and manager.

D. Physical Demands/Work Environment
– Requires the ability to safely lift and maneuver trays of food and other items up to 50 lbs.
– Requires some bending, stretching and pulling in the course and scope of the work.
– Must be able to stand and work during entire work shift (at least for 5 hours).
– Requires the ability to focus on multiple tasks simultaneously, work in a high-paced, high-energy environment, with ongoing interruptions and ambient noise.

HOW TO APPLY
Please apply online at Pacific Links International Careers Page: https://www.smartrecruiters.com/PacificLinksInternationalLLC Please no phone calls for this position. Applications will be processed once the on-line application is received. Job offer will be made to viable candidate conditional upon a successful pre-employment background screening and drug test. Pacific Links Hawaii is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Kapolei Golf Club is a part of the Pacific Links International family of golf courses. Pacific Links International provides golfers with a premium golf experience through an innovative membership structure that offers access to the finest collection of high-quality member and affiliated golf clubs in the world. For more information about our company please visit our website, www.pacificlinks.com.

Kapolei Golf Club is located in Kapolei, Hawaii and is hiring a part-time Cook III. Part-time employees at Pacific Links enjoy many employee benefits such as company provided medical, 401k and employee golfing privileges!

1. Organization and Purpose

The Cook III reports to the Chef de Cuisine and Lead Cook. The Cook III is responsible for preparing line items according to par sheets or instructions from the Chef, For preparing items assigned to the station and following all recipes, and for all dishwashing duties.

3. Essential Functions

A. Food Preparation

• Sets up, maintains, breaks down and cleans all work stations.
• Prepares soups, sauces and “specials” according to daily prep lists and checks par levels of all work stations.
• Prepares food in accordance with established methods of cooking, garnishing and portion-sizing are as prescribed by standard recipes.
• Serves items in accordance with established portion and presentation standards.

B. Kitchen Cleanliness and Quality Standards

• Maintains a neat and professional appearance and observes personal cleanliness rules at all times.
• Ensures that assigned work stations and equipment are clean and sanitary.
• Adheres to all federal and state health and safety regulations.
• Notifies Chef of expected food shortages and equipment malfunctions.
• Checks refrigerator for spoiled foods and logs all food waste.
• Covers, dates and properly stores all leftover products that are re-usable.
• Maintains security of kitchen, including equipment and food and supply inventories.
• Assists in food deliveries, storage and issuing of foods.

C. Washing and Cleaning Supplies

• Washes all wares in dishwashing machine or by hand according to the highest sanitation standards.
• Polishes all silverware, platters and chafing dishes.
• Stores all dishes and other wares in proper areas or containers.
• Cleans dishwashing machine and dish area after each meal period.

4. Marginal Functions

• Assists as assigned with banquet food preparation, set up and clean up.
• Completes other projects and tasks for the Cook I, Lead Cook, Chef de Cuisine, Restaurant Manager, Executive Chef or Corporate organization as requested.

HOW TO APPLY

Please review the complete job description and apply online at:
https://www.smartrecruiters.com/PacificLinksInternationalLLC

Pacific Links International Careers Page. Please no phone calls for this position. Applications will be processed once the on-line application is received. Job offer will be made to viable candidate conditional upon a successful pre-employment background screening and drug test. Pacific Links Hawaii is a Drug Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Small School Brings in Massive Donation for Hawaii Food Bank

Kapolei Private School collects 8,821 pounds of food to benefit the Hawaii Food Bank

While many people were busy today with day-before Thanksgiving meal preparations, the students and teachers at Island Pacific Academy (IPA) were busy finishing an annual project: loading up donations to take to the Hawaii Food Bank. IPA proved once again that school size is definitely not a factor affecting the amount of food that can be collected. The total weight of IPA’s donation this year came in at more than 4 tons, a whopping 8,821 pounds.

The IPA food drive is conducted every November by the IPA Student Government. Humanities teacher, Ben Murphy, organizes and runs the effort each year. “It was great to see food still coming in this morning,” said Murphy. “It worked out to 16.99 pounds per student — our highest ever. Our 8,821 pounds is also our second-highest total ever. It says so much about our school despite our size.”

Loading and transporting that much food requires a system. Students formed a human chain to move the mountain of food displayed on the school stage to waiting vehicles. Parent volunteer Mike Axelrod gave instructions to the eager students loading the school’s bus so that no space was wasted. “It needed to be packed like a grocery bag with heavy items on the bottom, lighter things on the top,” Axelrod explained. “The students needed to remember to leave at least one seat open for Mr. Murphy.” A number of additional vehicles and minivans were also filled and become a caravan from Kapolei to downtown.

Lisa Bendall was one of the IPA teachers who drove to the Food Bank. “I was the first one to arrive,” she said. “When Food Bank staff saw how many cars full of food came in behind me and then the bus, they were just amazed. They kept saying ‘thank you’ over and over and just couldn’t believe how a small school like ours could collect so much food.”

Head of School Dr. Benjamin Feinstein explained that the success of the Food Drive is a reflection of the entire IPA community. “We’re approaching our tenth year and we’re maturing,” said Feinstein. “We started the year with a new slogan of ‘One Community, One Commitment’ because we really wanted everyone—students, parents, teachers, staff—to know and feel we are ‘One Community’ here at IPA working together for the same purpose. The food drive involved everyone at the school and when our community works together to achieve something we can do great things.”

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About Island Pacific Academy

Founded in 2004, Island Pacific Academy (IPA) is an independent, non-profit, non-sectarian, college preparatory co-educational school in the heart of Kapolei. IPA is an International Baccalaureate (IB) school accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and the Hawaii Association of Independent Schools (HAIS). The Class of 2010 was the first graduating class at IPA and the school now has four classes of graduates attending colleges and universities across the country and around the world.

If you would like more information about Island Pacific Academy, wish to schedule an interview with Head of School Dr. Benjamin Feinstein, Mr. Ben Murphy, or need directions to campus, please contact Bernie Axelrod at (808) 674-3525 or email Bernie at BAxelrod@ipahawaii.org

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