Job summary -
Main purpose of a bartender/mixologist is as follows:
- To serve beverages (alcoholic & non-alcoholic) to guests and servers in keeping with hotel standards.
- Collection of payment for beverages.
- Insure consistent product and service.
- Observe all legal guidelines and procedures of the TABC.
In addition to the daily responsibilities of a bartender/mixologist, the lead bartender is responsible for the following:
- Maintaining updating cocktail and liquor menus in conjunction with F&B Management.
- Maintains inventory control, price setting, and receiving of all liquor and related supplies in conjunction with F&B Management.
- Assure that opening/closing checklist is completed and that the restaurant is prepared for opening/closing.
- Organize staff training sessions with vendors in conjunction with F&B Manager.
- Maintaining the bar equipment par.
- Seeking out latest trends and products in industry and sharing with F&B Management.
- Cocktail development for seasonal and trend changes.
- Monitors the provision of positive customer service by assigned staff
- Share all positive advances with the community and industry in order to inform them of the Mansion bar & restaurant.
- Assists in supervising assigned staff
- Resolves routine problems encountered in performance of work assignments
- Performs other related duties as assigned.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
The following are specific responsibilities and contributions critical to the successful performance of the position:
- Thorough knowledge of product recipes and proper service procedures. Responsible for all products stocked and requisitioned to the bar.
- Collection of money generated as revenue and the proper deposit made at the end of each shift. Proper recordkeeping on guest checks at the point of sale. Thorough knowledge of Micros system and codes.
- Responsible for bar set-up at the beginning of each shift. Responsible for closing the bar and restocking used items. Responsible for cleanliness of the bar and reporting all maintenance needs to the manager.
- Monitor and adhere to the rules and regulations established by the TABC; includes monitoring of guest consumption and knowledge of procedures for handling intoxicated guests.
- Thorough knowledge of and correct application of all hotel policies, procedures, and practices.
- Responsible for maintaining hotel standards of excellence relating to attitude, customer service, employee relations, and job performance.
- Responsible for guest relations including guest's name and product preferences.
- Attendance and involvement at all scheduled meetings and training sessions.
This list of essential functions is not exhaustive and may be supplemented as necessary. #LI-RM1