The Bartender has an important role of protecting, maintaining and evolving the restaurants culture through adhering, teaching and preserving the integrity of our Guest standards. Food and beverage are at the heart of the definition of our culture and business. The Bartender works closely with the Manager on Duty to ensure that the following key result areas will be successfully achieved:
The Bartender contributes to the success of the restaurant by serving the Guests within the restaurant. The Bartender’s responsibility is to serve Guests in a friendly, sincere manner and to do “whatever it takes” to insure a Rocky Mountain Hospitality experience for Guests drinking and dining in the bar. The Bartender is also responsible to provide friendly, efficient service to support the entire team.
The Bartender would have the following leadership attributes:
Warmly greet and pitch your bar Guests in a friendly and sincere manner.
Effectively merchandise food and beverages in an informative, friendly and enthusiastic manner.
Record orders, place accurate orders and monitor the timing of the Guest experience.
Ensure quality food and beverages for your Guests.
Upsell and suggestive sell at every opportunity.
Suggest an appetizer to every Guest after receiving their drink order.
Prepare high-quality drinks consistently by following recipes.
Work the service bar in a friendly and efficient manner. Ensure that all drink orders have been rung in.
Clean, stock and maintain the bar throughout shift.
Follow all safety and sanitation policies.
Maintain immaculate cleanliness standards during entire shift.
Keep up-to-date tab in front of Guests.
Make and follow recipes for large drink batches.
Maintain cleaning schedule from open to close.
A successful Bartender from outside the organization will have the following qualifications:
Professional verbal communication skills. Must be able to speak, read, write and understand the primary language of the restaurant.
Organization and time management skills.
Works well under pressure.
Can effectively solve problems.
Can use basic math skills.
Have good memorization skills to remember numerous beverage ingredients and specifications.
Able to take direction and be flexible as needs dictate.
Works well with other people in a team environment.
Excellent attendance is required with schedule flexibility determined by business needs.
Must be able to work all shifts when the restaurant is open.
Work with a sense of urgency and can multi-task.
Outgoing personality with the ability to interact with Guests.
A successful Bartender from outside the organization will have the following experience levels:
At least two (2) years’ experience as a Bartender in a full-service, high-volume restaurant is required.
Six months successful experience as a Server at the restaurant is required to be considered for promotion to the Bartender position.
High school degree or equivalent is preferred but not required.
A successful Bartender from outside the organization must have the following physical requirements:
Must be able to work in a fast-paced, high-energy and physically demanding environment.
Will spend a majority of time standing and walking.
There will be occasional exposures to cold, heat and water.
Will be required to use physical capabilities such as: walking, bending, kneeling, reaching, lifting, climbing and stooping.
Will transport and carry objects, such as bus tubs, racks, boxes, and trays, up to 50 pounds.
Must be able to speak clearly and listen attentively.
Must be able to hear with 100% accuracy with correction.
Must be able to see to 20/20 vision with correction.
A successful Bartender for the restaurant is required to follow these guidelines in order to dress in a safe, sanitary and professional manner:
A black polo shirt is required (shirt may not be excessively baggy). Shirt must be clean, pressed, and free from excessive wear and tear.
Pants must be dark blue jeans, clean and free from excessive wear and tear. Safe, comfortable, black non-slip shoes are required. Shoes must be clean, polished and free from excessive wear and tear. The toe must be covered and solid black socks (no patterns or emblems) must be worn at all times.
No nail polish.
A black belt.
Management has the authority to accept or reject any aspect of the Bartender uniform.
Brand: Rib & Chop House
Address: 140 S. 300 Unit 1 Salt Lake City, UT - 84101
Property Description: UT 14 - Salt Lake City Rib & Chop House
Property Number: 14