Food attendants assist with all aspects of meal preparation, food handling, and service
Restaurants, cafeterias, diners, hotels, and food service establishments of all types hire food attendants to restock food and dining room items, speak with customers, and oversee buffet and food service stations. Food attendants are managed by the food service director or kitchen manager and work during all shifts, including weekends and holidays.
. Food attendants are hired for full- and part-time hours and are rarely required to travel.