The Bartender is a great position in the St. Louis Magnolia Hotel. The Bartender will greet and talk with multitudes of guests, set a friendly welcoming tone and provide professional bar service. Robie’s the bar in the St. Louis Magnolia Hotel, is a popular bar for guests and downtown residents. During Cardinal’s season it’s a busy place to work.
Here is what Chris W. a Bartender at the Omaha Magnolia Hotel says about working as a Bartender: “I enjoy working for the Magnolia because of the diverse amount of people I get to meet each week along with the regular clientele I have become friends with. I also feel my co-workers, management and myself work together to ensure things run smoothly for all of our guests.”
Some of duties and responsibilities of the Bartender position include:
Provide timely service for guests, and fill orders from servers. Maintain portion control on spirits. Properly ring up all sales. Answer questions on wine, and local craft beers. Apply TIPS alcohol awareness techniques. When in doubt ID for age, and follow TIPS training on consumption awareness. Do side work for bar as assigned per shift including stocking of supplies. Have fun, make $$$ and make the guests happy!
We have some Magnolia Guest Service Standards for the Bartender that include:
Always greet the guest with a smile and a greeting. We are professionals at our jobs and shall behave as such. Guest service is every employee’s first job. We will look our best as a sign of service and respect to the guests.
Some desired qualifications of the Bartender position include:
Previous bartending experience in a full-service upscale lounge/club. Professionally interact with a broad cross-section of guests. Broad knowledge, including brand knowledge, of liquors, spirits, beer and wine. Previous experience with restaurant or lounge point of sale systems. Willing to follow portion pour procedures for all beverages served
There are some minimum requirements to being a Bartender that include:
Have valid TIPS certification. Must be of legal age to pour, mix, and serve alcoholic beverages in the State in which the hotel does business. Physically able to change out quarter kegs.
The shifts for this Part-time Bartender position are mainly in the evenings.