The bartender not only mixes and mingles with customers but is savvy about drink preparation. The bartender provides customized beverage service to each of the event/banquet customers in a friendly, energetic and timely manner. Associates are passionate about guest service and have the ability to communicate effectively and multitask. Make sure bar and/or bars are kept to standard. Mix drinks using an extensive range of ingredients including liquor, bitters, soda, water, sugar, and fruits, including standard and unique drinks.
Adaptability and Flexibility to changing business needs, conditions, and work responsibilities and works with a variety of situations, individuals, groups, and varying customer needs. Diligently attends to details and pursues quality in accomplishing tasks. Demonstrate professional and gracious demeanor at all times. Maintain a high level of cleanliness and sanitation. Develop an efficient work pace that keeps the customers at the bar and in the dining room satisfied at all times.
Bartender work in hotels, restaurants, conference and convention centers, corporate meeting centers and in other large venues. Bartender must maintain high standards of safety and cleanliness. They need to follow guidelines on grooming and appearance. Depending on the employer and on the event, bartender may work evenings, holidays or weekends. m