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The Bartender is responsible for ensuring guests are served beverages in accordance with AGLC regulations and Canadian laws. The role will be focused on fulfilling drink orders while also being responsible for the set-up, tear-down, and overall cleanliness of the bar area.

Functions (Purpose and Responsibilities)

  • Quickly and accurately prepares drinks for servers based on POS chits;

  • Pour drinks and follow recipes according to the restaurant specifications;

  • Ensure a clean and organized work area is maintained;

  • Set-up and tear-down the bar area according to service requirements;

  • Follow all AGLC regulations and Canadian laws pertaining to alcohol service;

  • Collaborate with serving staff to ensure a quick and accurate fulfillment of orders;

  • Take orders and process payments;

  • Maintain an accurate cash float and liquor inventory;

  • Adherence to CSEC four pillars

  • All other duties as assigned.

Competencies

  • The ideal candidate will have the following background:

  • Responsible Service awareness is preferred;

  • Prior food and beverage and bartending experience is required;

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and handle multiple guests and suites at once;

  • Strong interpersonal and team work skills;

  • Exemplary customer service skills;

  • Schedule flexibility to work evening and weekend shifts.

Certifications

Must be ProServe certified and be 18 years of age or older;

High school diploma is considered and asset.

Key Relationships (External only)

  • Guests

Financial (Budget, Budgetary Responsibilities)

  • N/A

Physical Requirements

  • Constant low level, waist level and above shoulder lifting;

  • Occasional front and side carrying;

  • Occasional pushing and pulling;

  • Constant repetitive movements;

  • Occasional sitting;

  • Medium lifting between 25-50lbs

  • Constant standing, walking and stair climbing;

  • Occasional crouching, kneeling and reaching.

FREQUENCY OF WORKDAY

  • Not Required

  • 0% of shift Rare

  • 1–5% of shift Occasional

  • 6–33% of shift Frequent

  • 34–66% of shift Constant

  • 67–100% of shift

Working Conditions & Hazards

  • Exposed to non-weather related cold temperatures;

  • In areas with low levels of CO exposure;

  • Wet and slippery floors;

  • Extreme hot surfaces;

  • Exposed to open flames;

  • Pinch points and tight working spaces throughout building;

  • Exposed to high noise levels.

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