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Bartender -- Big Fish Restaurant Group -- Salt Air

Company Name:
BigFish
Industry: Restaurant, Hospitality, Bar, Food, Culinary, Services, Beverage, Alcohol
The Big Fish Restaurant Group is now actively recruiting a Bartender to join our exceptional hospitality team.
The Bartender makes and serves drinks to guests and servers following established guidelines, procedures and policies with regard to beverage and safety controls as prescribed by company standards. He/She is genuinely happy to provide outstanding hospitality and service to all of our guests in a fun, upbeat and professional manner. The Bartender rings guest checks, collects cash and processes credit charges in the exact manner as outlined by company policies and procedures. He/She maintains inventory control, initiates liquor requisitions, and ensures established pars are maintained. The Bartender is aware of, and complies with, state/federal/corporate liquor laws through age verification and terminating alcohol consumption of seemingly intoxicated individuals. The Bartender is also responsible for:
o Maintaining proper and adequate set-up of the bar on a daily basis. This includes the stocking of all beer, wine, spirits, paper products and condiments
o Maintaining stock by cutting and storing of all fresh fruit and vegetable garnishes, juices, and other perishables to ensure product quality
o Greet guests in a courteous and friendly manner; promote and document orders for drinks; mix, garnish, and present drinks using standard ingredient recipes
o Input orders into a register at the point-of-sale and create a check for each guest, including those served by other beverage servers
o Receive cash from guests, make change, verify validity of charges, record charges, and ensure vouchers are properly executed in order to balance all transactions
o Lock and store all beverage, food, and other equipment items
o Comply with attendance rules and be available to work on a regular basis
o Perform any other job related duties as assigned

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