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Banquet Houseman

Principle Responsibilities

Responsible for set-up and clean-up of all banquet functions.


  • Set up tables and chairs to meet the function specifications.
  • Properly clean meeting space at beginning, during, and end of events, including not limited to vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, polishing, wiping, scrubbing.
  • Regular attendance in conformance with the standards, which may be established by Edward Hotel & Convention Center from time to time, is essential to the successful performance of this position.

Due to the cyclical nature of the hospitality industry, team members may be required to work varying schedules to reflect the business needs of the hotel.


In addition to performance of the essential functions, this position may be required to perform a combination of the following other duties, with the percentage of time performing each function to be solely determined by management based upon the particular requirements of the company.

  • Completes assigned side work to include cleaning meeting space and storage space, that adhere to standard hotel products as assigned to adhere to health standards.
  • Abides by all state, federal and corporate liquor regulations pertaining to serving alcoholic beverages to minors and intoxicated guests.
  • Attends all mandatory meetings.
  • Keeps work area clean and organized.
  • Completes other duties as assigned by supervisor.



Frequency Key: Never – 0 hours; Rare – up to 1 hour; Occasional – 1-3 hours; Frequent – 3-6 Hours; Constant – 6-8 hours

Physical Activity                                  Frequency

Sitting                                                   Rare

Walking                                                Constant

Climbing stairs                                      Frequent

Standing                                               Constant

Crouching/Bending/Stooping                 Frequent

Reaching                                              Frequent

Grasping                                               Constant

Pushing/Pulling                                     Constant

Near Vision                                           Constant

Far Vision                                             Constant

Hearing                                                 Constant

Talking                                                  Constant

Smell                                                    Occasional

Taste                                                    Rare

Lifting/Carrying (100 lbs.)                       Constant

Travel                                                   Rare


  • Perform other reasonable duties as assigned by Management.


Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) may be required when performing work duties that may have the potential of risk to your health or safety. The hotel will provide the required PPE. Team members will be trained in the proper use and care of any assigned PPE. It is your responsibility to report defective, damaged or lost PPE, or equipment that does not fit properly, to your Manager.


  • Basic knowledge of Meeting Room Set up, service standards, guest relations and etiquette.
  • Knowledge of appropriate table settings and service ware.
  • Must possess strong organizational skills.
  • Ability to perform under pressure effectively for extensive periods of time while maintaining professionalism




  • High School Diploma or equivalent required.


  • Prior Banquet department experience preferred. Prior set up experience preferred.


  • All employees must maintain a neat, clean and well-groomed appearance. Specific uniform guidelines and/or required articles of clothing will be explained to you as a part of the orientation process.


The hospitality business functions seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day. In addition, this is a hospitality business and a hospitable service atmosphere must be projected at all times.

Upon employment, all team members are required to fully comply with Edward Hotel & Convention Center rules and regulations for the safe and efficient operation of hotel facilities. Team members who violate Hotel rules and regulations will be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment.

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