Becoming a Serving Assistant (SA's) at T.G.I. Fridays' is a really rewarding experience … your main responsibilities are to make sure everything runs smoothly to create the perfect guest experience, from table bussing to food/drink running.
- Friendly and able to build rapport with everyone you meet
- Full of drive, patience and enthusiasm for everything
- A team player
- Organised and able to multi-task
- So what’s in it for you? We don’t exaggerate when we say this is more than a job, our family members voted us the Sunday Times Number One Best Big Company to work for a reason.
- With a fun, lively working environment, flexible work patterns, potential to earn great Tips, 50% off your food bill for you and 3 of your friends (after 3 months), excellent pay rates and other benefits, Fridays offers a not to be missed work opportunity.
- Also, as a Friday’s Team member, you could be at the start of your rise to great things as we offer fantastic opportunities to GROW within our business.
We believe in you, we believe we are the best because you are the best at what you do! We will help you achieve your full potential whilst ensuring you have a balanced work and home life. Don’t take our word for it….for a window on life at TGI Fridays apply now and look around our website to find out more about us
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