The Banquet Bartender's primary function is to mix and serve alcoholic beverages, in accordance to the law. For each event detailed on a BEO, it is the responsibility of the Banquet Bartender to requisite liquor and supplies. Bartenders may be called on to perform other banquet duties as needed.GENERAL DUTIES:
-Possess specific knowledge of house wines, beer and liquor selections, up-selling where applicable; possess thorough menu knowledge.
-Taking a guest order you are required to perform direct communication with the client; along with proper service execution.
-Adhere to strict drink recipe portion, in regards to law and sanitation.
-Requisition liquor and supplies needed for an event; par list must be kept.
-Daily exchange of information is imperative between the Banquet Captain as well as line-level associates.
-Pre-shifts with fellow staff and management for every function.
-Complete daily shift operation report.
-Arrange bar with supplies and condiments to specifications.
-Arrange bottles and glasses to specification.
-Execution of steps of service and company standards.
-Proper treatment and storage of food/company equipment.
-May be asked to perform other banquet duties as needed.
-Must be 21 years or older.
-TABC certified and Tips trained required.
-Previous banquet bartender experience, preferably in a resort setting is valued.
-Requires a working knowledge of ala carte, fine dining as well as white glove practices.
-Must have understanding on how to read and execute a BEO form.
-Follow labor schedule and work assignments.
-Requires excellent oral and written communications skills.
-Comprehend reading materials, speak, read and write English.
-Neat in appearance and well groomed.
-Maintain proper associate uniform standards and footwear which is slip resistant and polished.