Miami, Florida

Position: Bartender
Department:    Food & Beverage

To provide efficient friendly customer service at all times and to maintain a clean, professional top quality bar.

Reports to: Food & Beverage Manager and Food & Beverage Supervisor

Essential Functions:   

  • Responsible for setting up bar area.
  • Adhere to predefined drink service guidelines and responsible for beverage familiarization.
  • Implements beverage service.
  • Perform any other duties assigned by management.
  • Maintain a neat and professional appearance.
  • Maintain an awareness of liquor costs and minimize waste, which may raise them.
  • Must be familiar with all policies related to liquor liability laws.
  • Close the bar.
  • Must be familiar with all revenue-related procedures.
  • Must serve all guests in consistent manner.
  • Maintain an awareness of all functions, events and meetings taking place at any given time.
  • Control heavy volume at bars and pool areas.
  •  Knowledge of hotel property.
  •  Inform the guest about buffets, hotel activities and community.
  •  Attend to and anticipate guest’s needs.
  •  Familiarization with restaurant and bar menus, knowledge of daily specials.
  •  Greeting guests. Anticipate guest’s needs to create an amazing experience.

Hotel Specific Essential Functions:

  • Ability to work in the lobby bar and pool bar.
  • Ability to take food orders and serve food and beverages to guests.
  • Ability to handle cash, vouchers, coupons, credit cards.


Tools and Equipment:

  • Coffee maker/urn, toaster, microwave, beverage machines, bus trays, dishware, silverware, glassware, queen-mary cart, telephone, pen/pencil

Working Environment:

  • Interior of hotel, in the restaurant, lounge and kitchen areas, with exposure to extreme temperatures.
  • Exposure to Food and Beverage hazardous cleaning chemicals.
  • Bus and set-up tables in the lobby areas and pool as needed improve services.
  • Maintain a clean and attractive bar and surroundings.
  • Follow the hotel grooming standards and uses proper vocabulary.
  • Occasional lifting up to 25 lbs.  Pushing of supply carts.


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