Bartender (H09)

IHG

About us **Role Purpose** After a big meeting far away from home, or a long wait for a delayed flight, is there anyone more welcoming than a

About us

**Role Purpose**

After a big meeting far away from home, or a long wait for a delayed flight, is there anyone more welcoming than a smiling bartender? As the friendly face of our hotel bars, you’ll also be a helpful host, a local expert, and a proud brand ambassador. Whether you’re preparing drinks exactly as our guests want or serving them delicious food, you’ll be devoted to creating relaxing, memorable experiences.

**Key Accountabilities**

+ Creating a warm and welcome to everyone and setting the tone for each guest’s experience.

+ Prepare and serve drinks to high standards, and highlight promotions to guests.

+ Work with your restaurant colleagues to offer a seamless food service.

+ Set up your bar – stock up on all the supplies you’ll need, manage your inventory and make sure all your equipment works.

+ Change beer barrels.

+ Look after your bar – keep it clean and tidy and make sure the alcohol is always secure.

+ Handle cash and credit transactions.

+ Look smart – wear your uniform with pride.

+ Be ready to jump into other ad-hoc duties when your colleagues need your help.

+ Always follow safety procedures.

**Key Skills & Experiences**

+ Fitness – you’ll be on your feet most of the day with lots of bending and kneeling.

+ Strength – sometimes you’ll need to lift, push and pull big objects like barrels and crates up to 50lbs (23 kg).

+ Literate – you’ll need a good grasp of reading, writing and basic maths.

+ Flexible – night, weekend and holiday shifts are all part of the job.

+ Experienced – you’ll know how to prepare a wide range of drinks. Ideally with formal bartending training.

+ Compliant – as well as meeting local laws on food handling and serving alcohol, you’ll be above the minimum age required and fluent in the local language.

+ Articulate – a great communicator, you’ll be warm, welcoming and easy to talk to.

Requirements

**Role Purpose**

After a big meeting far away from home, or a long wait for a delayed flight, is there anyone more welcoming than a smiling bartender? As the friendly face of our hotel bars, you’ll also be a helpful host, a local expert, and a proud brand ambassador. Whether you’re preparing drinks exactly as our guests want or serving them delicious food, you’ll be devoted to creating relaxing, memorable experiences.

**Key Accountabilities**

+ Creating a warm and welcome to everyone and setting the tone for each guest’s experience.

+ Prepare and serve drinks to high standards, and highlight promotions to guests.

+ Work with your restaurant colleagues to offer a seamless food service.

+ Set up your bar – stock up on all the supplies you’ll need, manage your inventory and make sure all your equipment works.

+ Change beer barrels.

+ Look after your bar – keep it clean and tidy and make sure the alcohol is always secure.

+ Handle cash and credit transactions.

+ Look smart – wear your uniform with pride.

+ Be ready to jump into other ad-hoc duties when your colleagues need your help.

+ Always follow safety procedures.

**Key Skills & Experiences**

+ Fitness – you’ll be on your feet most of the day with lots of bending and kneeling.

+ Strength – sometimes you’ll need to lift, push and pull big objects like barrels and crates up to 50lbs (23 kg).

+ Literate – you’ll need a good grasp of reading, writing and basic maths.

+ Flexible – night, weekend and holiday shifts are all part of the job.

+ Experienced – you’ll know how to prepare a wide range of drinks. Ideally with formal bartending training.

+ Compliant – as well as meeting local laws on food handling and serving alcohol, you’ll be above the minimum age required and fluent in the local language.

+ Articulate – a great communicator, you’ll be warm, welcoming and easy to talk to.

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