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Summary of Responsibilities:


  • Consistently offer professional, friendly and engaging service

  • Assist guests regarding beverage menu items in an informative and helpful way

  • Mix drinks and control the beverage stock as per guidelines

  • Have full knowledge of the beverage menus being offered at the banquet

  • Follow policies, procedures and service standards

  • Have knowledge of all menu items, garnishes, contents and preparation methods

  • Follow all safety and sanitation policies when handling food and beverage

  • Ability to work well under pressure in a fast-paced environment

  • Ability to work cohesively as part of a team

  • Ability to focus attention on guest needs, remaining calm and courteous at all times

  • Welcoming customers, reading and listening to people to determine beverage preferences, making recommendations, and taking drink orders.

  • Checking identification to ensure customers are the legal age to purchase alcohol.

  • Communicating supply needs to management

  • When applicable…handling cash, credit, and debit card transactions, ensuring charges are accurate and returning correct change to patrons, balancing the cash register.

  • Maintaining a clean work and dining area by removing trash, cleaning tables, and washing glasses, utensils, and equipment.

  • Maintain high standards of hygiene and dress professionally, black on black attire


Policies, Procedures and Service Standards


  • A maximum of TWO drinks per guest

  • No shots allowed (with the exception of board events)

  • DO NOT over pour

  • Keep the liquor shelves organized and clean

  • Check dates on bag in the box when replacing, and use the ones closest to expiration (First in, First out)

  • Feature the brands of the specified package on the back bar area

  • Use tab bar sheets for all events

  • No food or eating behind the bar

  • Use of cell phones are prohibited in bar area

  • Tip jars are allowed unless otherwise specified by the client

  • Manager must inspect your area before you leave


Physical Aspects of Position (include but are not limited to):

  • Constant standing and walking throughout shift

  • Frequent lifting and carrying up to 25 lbs

  • Occasional kneeling, pushing and pulling

  • Occasional ascending or descending ladders, stairs and ramps

  • Basic math and computer skills

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