Bartender Job Description Sample
This bartender job description sample can be your key to creating a posting that will attract the best candidates and convert them into applicants. Simply add the specific duties and requirements of your position to the structure and outline of this template. You can also peruse our bartender job listings for more ideas about putting together the best posting.
[Intro Paragraph] Start your job listing off on the right foot with 2 or 3 sentences introducing prospective bartenders to your venue and your unique working environment. This is your opportunity to set your bar or restaurant apart from the competition by communicating exactly what you bring to the table and the opportunities you can provide new hires.
Bartender Job Responsibilities:
- Provides a pleasant drinking experience to customers.
- Serves drinks while maintaining a clean and sanitary bar area.
- Attends to the detail and presentation of each order.
- Prepares and maintains ingredients by following recipes.
- Adheres to proper alcohol handling, sanitation, and safety procedures, and maintains appropriate dating, labeling, and rotation of all beverage items.
- Coordinates daily supply inventory for bar and submits orders to supervisor; assists with receipt of deliveries.
- Contributes to daily, holiday, and theme drink menus in collaboration with supervisor.
- Ensures smooth operation of bar services during absence of supervisor.
- Completes cleaning according to daily and weekly schedules, including dishwashing as needed.
- Assists with orienting new employees to their work area.
- Listens to customer complaints and suggestions and resolves complaints.
- Instructs personnel in use of new equipment and cleaning methods and provides efficient and effective methods of maintaining work area.
- Participates in and/or contributes to programs, committees, or projects designed to improve quality of service and employee productivity.
[Work Hours & Benefits] This is a great spot in your bartender job description to include your restaurant’s working hours and benefits. You can tell applicants about weekly or monthly events, or travel to any other locations. You can also sell applicants on any unique benefits — like uniforms provided or free meals — that set your business apart.
- Demonstrated knowledge of and skill in ability to safely and effectively operate standard beverage service equipment
- Customer service
- Oral communication
- Planning, problem solving, and teamwork
- Developing budgets
- High energy Level
Education, Experience, and Licensing Requirements:
- High school diploma or GED
- Minimum two (2) years of bar or restaurant experience to include drink preparation
- Current beverage service certification or other certification as required by federal/state/local law
- Familiar with point-of-sale computers and software
- Comfortable using a computer, navigating Windows, Microsoft Office, and Outlook Email
[Call to Action] Here is where you convert an interested party into a job applicant. The best performing bartender job postings include a well-crafted call to action, where you let job hunters know exactly how to apply. For instance, they might need to appear in person, email their resume to someone at your company, or click the “apply” button at the top of the job listing.
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