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Description of Duties for a Food Deliverer


There is no more recognizable institution in Columbus, Ohio than the Athletic Club of Columbus (ACC). When a group of Columbus businesspeople got together in 1912 to boost the city’s social and sporting scenes, they established the ACC, which is still going strong today. The Club has a long and storied past, but it also looks to the future with an acceptance of new ideas and a welcoming attitude toward people of all backgrounds and perspectives. 1,400 members and their families call the ACC home.

Contextual Synopsis

Part-time Food Runners are needed by the ACC, Columbus’s only cutting-edge city club. Your primary duty as a “food runner” will be to promptly and accurately deliver members’ meal orders from the kitchen. Transportation of food, tools, and supplies to their designated areas is another duty. Runners for the kitchen must not only transport food but also assess its quality and verify that it is being delivered to the right person. Food runners may anticipate working in a variety of settings, from formal dining rooms to more relaxed eateries like bowling alley restaurants or a café.


Reliability & Accountability: The individual accepts responsibility for their job, both in terms of quality and punctuality, and gets things done with minimal direction.

near eyesight” means “close vision,” or the capacity to see minute things up close (within a few feet of the observer)

Services to Customers and Individuals: Familiarity with Related Principles and Procedures This entails attending to members’ needs, maintaining ACC’s quality standards, and gauging the level of satisfaction of those members.

Having the flexibility to go back and forth between many tasks or information sources is what we call “time-sharing” (such as customer interaction, table management, or other sources).

Listening attentively, processing what is being said, asking clarifying questions when necessary, and avoiding interruptions are all aspects of active listening.

Core Duties

  • Help out with the clean up, serving, and transporting of dishes.
  • Use clear, respectful communication while communicating with group members.
  • Be sure to always look your best by donning the correct uniform and projecting an attitude that is consistent with that of the ACC.
  • Control the dining experience by scanning diners’ plates to determine when to collect them.
  • Hand-carry food, equipment, and supplies to their designated regions.
  • Make sure the right person is getting fed by actively supervising the kitchen and keeping an open line of communication with the servers.
  • Use trays or tray carts to transport food, silverware, or linen.


Having a mindset of service means always seeking new ways to be of assistance to friends, family, and coworkers.

Taking the initiative is acting on opportunities without hesitation and finding reasonable solutions to challenges.

Manipulation is the use of one’s limbs to hold, arrange, and relocate items (such as food, plates, utensils, etc.).

General physical strength is the ability to do tasks that put stress on your arms, legs, and core, such as lifting, balancing, walking, and handling objects (food, plates, utensils, etc.).


  • Ability to frequently or consistently sustain a weight with abdominal and lower back muscles without tiring (up to 10-hour shifts).
  • Physical stamina: minimum 30 lb.
  • Availability throughout the evenings and on weekends.
  • The employee is expected to present themselves professionally at all times.
  • Standards of Education
  • The required education level is at least a High School Diploma or equivalent.

Prerequisites for Accreditation


Preferable Qualifications


Recommended Number of Years in Field



  • Advantages for Part-Time Workers
  • Everyday meals
  • Downtown parking and shuttle service are provided free of charge.
  • Expenses and Time Commitment
  • Required to work opening and closing shifts as needed.
  • Wage Type: Hourly + Tips, Non-Exempt under FSLA Total hourly pay (on average) ranges from $10.15 to $17.45.
  • Any shift schedule is acceptable (M: 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM; Tues – Fri 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM; Sa 11:00 AM -10:00 PM)

The Athletic Club of Columbus (ACC) is committed to providing a harassment-free and discrimination-free work environment for all employees and applicants for employment, regardless of their race, color, religion, age, gender, national origin, disability, genetic information, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic covered by federal, state, or local law. Recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, remuneration, and training are all covered under the scope of this policy.

It has been brought to my attention that the ACC is an at-will employer and that nothing I have done in connection with this application or any other consideration for employment creates any legal duty on the part of the ACC to hire me. The ACC or I can end my employment at any time, with or without cause, and without giving the other party any notice if I am employed. I am aware that no employee or agent of ACC is authorized to give any guarantee that would contradict this statement.