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Bartender Job
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Bartender Job Brief

Bartenders should demonstrate genuine hospitality and delivering exceptional guest services in the bar area.

Demonstrating genuine hospitality and delivering exceptional guest services in the bar area, including:

  • Mixing, garnishing and serving alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks according to company specifications for guests at the bar and in the restaurant
  • Helping guests be aware of and choose menu items, taking orders and making guests feel taken care of during their visit
  • Keeping the bar stocked and clean while always providing friendly and attentive service
  • Adhering to company standards for serving alcoholic beverages

How much do bartenders make?

The average pay for a bartender is about $9.50/hour, and varies by location as well as experience. 

Education requirements

Most companies will ask that their bartenders have a high school diploma, and a varying expectation of experience. Depending on the specific company, some will require bartending or vocational skills.  

Bartender responsibilities:

  • Mixing, garnishing and serving alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks according to company specifications
  • Helping guests choose menu items or guiding them through drink options
  • Taking orders and making guests feel taken care of during their time at the restaurant or event
  • Keeping the bar stocked and clean while
  • Providing friendly and attentive service
  • Adhering to company standards for serving alcoholic beverages

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