Cornell Catering is currently looking for a delivery driver. All Catering staff must be highly motivated, outgoing, polite, service-minded individuals who care about where they work and the reputation it develops. If you are interested in additional hours, gaining Cornell experience, and participating in world class Cornell celebrations, we encourage you to apply. Cornell Catering prides itself on offering the finest quality cuisine and exceptional service.
In this role you will deliver, receive, and transport catering food, equipment, and supplies across multiple catering and dining locations in a safe and timely manner.
Position is part-time, casual, non-benefits eligible. Includes various hours and weekend work. Hours vary anywhere from 5-19 per week, depending on events.
Experience developing and maintaining positive working relationships with other staff and being part of a supportive team to reach common goals.
Ability to operate small and mid-sized delivery vehicles under inclement weather conditions. Will be exposed to variable outside weather conditions.
Must be in good physical condition and able to regularly lift 75 lbs.
Must possess and maintain a valid New York State driver's license with no major driving violations. Must be able to obtain DOT driving certification.
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