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Cook - Bartender - Security

Hiring Deadline: Open until filled
Position updated on:
Zip Code: 92009
Industry: All
Employer: Part-time Cook position
Job Tracking ID: 1378163577
Job Description:
Please email resume to laura@thejumpingturtle.com or call Laura at (M) (760) 707-2832 and tell me which job you are interested, COOK, BARTENDER, OR SECURITY.

-Part-time COOK position available.

Job Requirements for Cook position:

1. Must be 21 years or older
2 . Must have two years breakfast grill/menu experience
3. Must have reliable cell phone or landline
4. Must be able to communicate effectively
5. Must be willing to clean
6. Must be able to work in a standing position for long periods
7. Must be able to reach, bend, stoop and lift up to 40 pounds
8. Must be Honest, Reliable, and Prompt

Part-time BAR TENDING shifts available.

Job Requirements:

Summary of Position:
Provide timely, accurate and friendly service.
Duties & Responsibilities:
1. Take beverage and food orders from guests and servers.
2. Prepare and serve alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
3. Learn the names and personally recognize our regulars.
4. Record drink and food orders accurately and immediately into the Micros computer/register.
5. Accept guest payment, process credit card charges and make change (if applicable).
6. Wash glassware.
7. Prepare garnishes for drinks.
8. Maintain bottles and glasses in an attractive and functional manner to support efficient drink preparation and promotion of beverages.
9. Clear and reset tables.
10. Be familiar with our menu and present food menus to guests.
11. Maintain cleanliness in all areas of the bar including counters, sinks, utensils, shelves and storage areas.
12. Receive and serve food orders.
13. Report all equipment problems and bar maintenance issues.
14. Restock and replenish bar inventory and supplies.
15. Be available to fill in as needed.
16. Change kegs (do not have to be able to lift them)
17. Properly card, be able to recognize people who should not be served alcohol, be familiar with ABC regulations.

18. Be 21 years of age.
19. Have working knowledge of beer, wine and liquor and common drink recipes.
20. Possess basic math skills and have the ability to handle money.
20. Be able to work in a standing position for long periods of time.
21. Be able to reach, bend, stoop and frequently lift up to 40 pounds.
22. Honest, Reliable, and Prompt

-Part-time SECURITY GUARD shifts available.

Job Requirements:

Summary of Position:
1. Must be 21 years or older
2 . Must have current CA Guard Card
3. Must have reliable cell phone or landline
4. Must be able to communicate effectively
5. Must be able to properly card and be able to recognize people who should not be served alcohol
6. Must be able to work in a standing position for long periods of time
7. Must be Honest, Reliable, and Prompt
8. Must be able to pass background check.

Employee Type: Full-Time, Part-Time
Compensation: TBD

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