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Dishwasher **HIRING INCENTIVE**Renaissance Minneapolis BloomingtonBloomington, MN
A property of: Spire Hospitality, LLC
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Job Description

  • Clean all filters and hose out inside of machine before filing dishwasher
  • Check water temperatures
    • Wash cycle 160 degrees minimum
    • Rinse cycle 180 degrees minimum
  • Scrape and clean all dishes
  • Stack all dishes together by size and type
  • Turn on dishwasher and fill dish racks
  • Use presoak tub for all silverware
    • Read directions on the soap box
    • Empty presoak tub when half full
    • After emptying presoak tub, separate knives, forks, and spoons
    • Use silverware racks for washing silver, all silverware must be up
  • Separate water glasses, juice glasses and coffee cups and use the proper size rack to wash each type separately
  • All cooking utensils and pots and pans must be washed by hand
  • Clean up and turn dish machine off:
    • Turn conveyor off first after all dishes have been washed
    • Turn off heater (red light will go off)
    • Turn off water valves to drain machine
    • After washing all counters with soapy water, all stainless steel must be wiped dry
    • Hose out the water tanks on the dish machine
  • The utility sink and the broom hanger must be kept clean and neat at all times. Stand mops against wall, handle down so they can dry.
  • Hood filters from the cook's line must be washed and left to dry every night
  • After turning off and clearing dishmachine:
    • Remove all floor mats to loading area
    • Dump used grease into large tub in grease room
    • Carry all trash to dumpster
    • Wash out trash cans and scrub mats with hose in grease room
  • Cleaning floors and closing kitchen:
    • Remove everything from floor area that can be lifted and put on counters
    • Sweep entire floor
      • Be sure to check under cooks' line
      • Do not sweep scraps into floor drains, put trash in containers
    • Use mop bucket with soapy hot water (use floor soap) and scrub onto floor with a broom

Job Requirements

  • Knowledge of the appropriate table settings and service ware.
  • Ability to read the English language to fully comprehend job requests, caution notices and similar written materials.
  • Ability to grasp, lift and /or carry or otherwise transport up to 50 lbs.
  • Ability to move or push goods on a hand cart/truck weighing a maximum of 200 lbse or Copy/Paste Requirements here

Job Details

Entry level

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Dental Benefits
Disability Insurance
Family Medical Leave
Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
Health Insurance Benefits
Hotel Discounts
Job Training
Legal Consultations
Life Insurance
Paid Holidays
Paid Time Off
Parental Leave
Vision Benefits
Wellness Programs
Renaissance Minneapolis Bloomington
Elevate your hotel career at the Renaissance Minneapolis Blooming.
This beautiful hotel offers on-site dining options, spacious guestrooms,
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Address5500 American Boulevard West, Bloomington, MN, 55437 View map
Property typeHotel 
room Count251-500 
location TypeUrban 

People (5)

Barbara DoucetVP of Human ResourcesBarbara Doucet joined Spire Hospitality as our VP of Human Resources. Barbara spent the last 11 ½ years at Omni, starting at the hotel level before being promoted to regional and corporate positions, culminating to her current role as VP of HR supporting well over 50 upscale full-service hotels and corporate. Barbara and her team will continue to have an intense focus on team member support, culture, recruiting, retention and employee development and will work closely with the hotel teams to support our future growth.
Bill DeforrestVice ChairmanBill DeForrest’s hotel experience began with entry-level associate positions then moved to general manager, regional director of operations, vice president of hospitality management and vice president of sales and marketing. He joined Lane Hospitality, now Spire Hospitality, as senior vice president of development in 1996 and was promoted to President & CEO in 2000. After more than 20 years leading what is today Spire Hospitality, DeForrest serves as the Vice Chairman of the company. Under Bill’s leadership, Spire Hospitality established itself as one of the leading and most respected hotel management companies, and Bill continues to be involved in its growth in the Vice Chairman role. DeForrest earned an MBA from the University of Denver and has served on numerous boards, state hotel associations, industry leadership groups and charitable foundations, including The Summit Foundation, Utah Hotel & Lodging Association and local resort association boards. He currently serves on IHG Owners Association board of directors and was previously chairman of the association. DeForrest led more than 6,000 members of IHG Owners Association as global chairman in 2011.
Bill KeatingExecutive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer30+ years of experience in strategic planning, finance, real estate development and operations. Responsible for the development of office, residential, retail and mixed-use projects. Prior to Spire Hospitality, Keating worked extensively in acquisition activities for Lane Industries and its subsidiaries, overseeing more than 25 acquisitions in the hospitality, radio broadcasting and security service industries.
Dawna ComeauxSenior Vice President25+ years in the hospitality industry, representing all major hotel brands, including 260 hotels across 45 states with more than 8,000 employees Prior to joining Spire Hospitality, Comeaux led the sales, revenue management and operation teams of one of the largest third-party hospitality management companies, Pillar Hotels and Resorts Previously, Comeaux held the Senior Vice President of Sales and Senior Vice President of Operations role for Archon Hospitality and was an Area Director of Operations for Prism Hotels
Chris RussellChief Executive OfficerIndustry veteran overseeing a diverse portfolio of assets from Marriott, Hilton, IHG and independent hotels. Previously led Archon Hospitality, the in-house hotel management company for a Goldman Sachs subsidiary. Archon sold in 2011 and the business was rebranded Pillar Hotels & Resorts where Russell remained President/CEO managing over $2 billion of assets consisting of 260 hotels in 45 states with 8,000 employees. Pillar Hotels & Resorts sold to Aimbridge Hospitality in 2016 and subsequently joined Spire in 2018.
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