Corporate Hospitality Specialist

Being a Corporate Chef

Corporate Chefs provide full time culinary services to an office team or group of executive within a business setting. This role generally provides set meals catered to office staff dietary restrictions while preparing additional snacks throughout the day.

Core Responsibilities

  • Procuring the highest quality ingredients that are locally sourced, organic, and minimally processed
  • Coordinating creative and delicious weekly menus for regular lunch service as well as occasional social events and dinners
  • Inventory and stocking pantries

Skillset Required

  • Comfortable working as part of a culinary team
  • Proficiency cooking meals with various health and dietary restrictions
  • Exceptional hygiene and knowledge of food safety procedures
  • Attention to detail and a meticulous cleanliness

Being a Corporate Butler

Corporate Butlers are responsible for overseeing and managing the hospitality of a Principal’s main office, affairs, and social gatherings. This role combines the tasks and nature of a personal assistant role with the formality and service of a butler. 

Core Responsibilities

  • Overseeing all elements of hospitality, food and beverage service within the office on a daily basis
  • Personal and corporate shopping, running errands, and concierge work
  • Managing all vendor and contractor relationships including calendaring, accounts payable, project management, etc.
  • Liaising new relationships, as well as maintaining previous relationships with residence vendors and contractors
  • Managing event production for social/religious gatherings, philanthropic events, political fundraisers, and additional private events

Skillset Required

  • Exceptional organizational skills and dedication to responsibilities; above and beyond attitude
  • Prior experience working in high-end food or beverage service, knowledge of fine dining
  • Willingness to adapt to an ever-changing and often unstructured environment; ability to manage challenging personalities and high-stress environments

Being a Corporate Server

Corporate Servers manage all direct service and hospitality related responsibilities to the Principal within an office setting. This position deals mainly with welcoming principal and guests upon arrival, tending to their needs, and serving food and beverage as needed and upon request. 

Core Responsibilities

  • Managing all elements of hospitality, food and beverage service within the office on a daily basis
  • Assisting with event production for social/religious gatherings, philanthropic events, political fundraisers, and additional private events
  • Organizing and maintaining Principal’s personal effects while in the office

Skillset Required

  • Exceptional organizational skills and dedication to responsibilities; above and beyond attitude
  • Prior experience working in high-end food or beverage service, knowledge of fine dining
  • Willingness to adapt to an ever-changing and often unstructured environment; ability to manage challenging personalities and high-stress environments

Hospitality, professionalism, and integrity are the pillars of Hire Society’s business model.