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bartenders - servers

Hiring Deadline: Open until filled
Position updated on:
Zip Code: 30319
Industry: All
Employer: The Capital City Club Brookhaven
Job Tracking ID: 1381072101
Job Description:
The Capital City Club Brookhaven is a Platinum Level Club that affords its members the very best in everything we have to offer. Nestled in the heart of historic Brookhaven sits a majestic 18 hole golf course, three unique dining venues, swim, tennis and fitness facilities. We pride ourselves in exceeding expectations in everything we do.

Responsibilities to include;
Inspect the bar prior to opening to ensure that adequate supplies are available.
Requests additional supplies as necessary and stocks the bar.
Follows set-up procedures.
Prepares garnishes, mixes and pre-mixed drinks.
Greets members and guests.
Mixes, prepares and serves drinks to members and guests and mixes and prepares drinks ordered by food servers and beverage servers according to the recipes approved by the beverage manager.
Reports complaints to a manager as soon as they occur.
Maintains and cleans bar area and equipment.
Maintains records of liquors, beers, and wine to ensure bar stock is maintained at all times.
Maintains daily inventory and records indicating drinks in the greatest demand.
Cleans and lock ups the bar area according to prescribed procedures.
Attends staff meetings including pre-shift (line-up) sessions as required.
Carefully follows all laws and club policies and procedures regarding alcoholic beverage service and informs manager if continued service to a member or guest is in question.
Serves drinks to members and guests seated at lounge tables in the absence of a beverage server.
Continually practices beverage and revenue control procedures.
Thanks members and guests; invites them to return.
Completes other appropriate work assignments as requested by the beverage manager.

-Minimum 18 years of age.
-Minimum of one year experience as a bartender
-Ability to satisfactorily communicate with Members, Guests, Managers, and Co-workers to their understanding.
-Ability to provide legible communication.
-Ability to understand members and guests service needs.
-Ability to be organized.
-Ability to focus attention on details.
-Ability to suggestively sell food and beverage items.
-Ability to access and input data into P.O.S.
-Ability to perform Job function with minimal supervision.
-Ability to work cohesively with co-workers as part of a team.

*We offer fantastic benefits: Health/Life/Dental Insurance, 401(k), free parking, free uniform provided and laundered, holiday/vacation pay, free meals, and career development.

Employee Type: Full-Time, Part-Time
Compensation: DOE
Apply Phone: 404-237-9228

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