Attire: Black T-Shirt, Black Slacks, Gym Shoes (Preferably Black or Mostly Black). SBR to provide a branded baseball cap and T-Shirt on site.
You will be given specific placement at a hospitality tent in Grant Park to set-up and serve a beer, wine and soda bar to clients. As with any event, you are an extension of SBR Events Group - please represent us well! Plan on a warm day and bring plenty of water and cool clothing. Please arrive in black pants, muted color sneakers or outdoor black shoes and a black plain t-shirt. An Event Shirt will be given to you when you arrive at the HUB. Please limit the amount of items you bring to the event as storage will be an issue and you will likely have to carry on your back your possessions and keep them with you throughout the day. Please bring extra shoes, socks and pants as the ground in some areas is soggy!
No parking available
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A bartender role refers to a front of house worker whose primary responsibility is to create a hospitable and responsible environment for guests to enjoy themselves.
Make drinks - Making drinks and having an extensive knowledge of drink recipes is vital to this role. Head bartenders assist in taking orders and serving customers, particularly during busy shifts, and restocking supplies as needed. Supervise the bar - Head bartenders oversee the running of the bar, making sure that complaints and disturbances are dealt with in a polite manner. They also make sure the bar is clean and tidy at all times, even during busy periods. Check inventory - Inventory needs to be checked regularly and head bartenders are responsible for ordering stock when it is low and supervising deliveries to make sure everything is delivered and unpacked properly. Administrative duties - Head bartenders look after the administrative side of running the bar as well as the customer-focused side, from scheduling shifts and training staff to managing the budget and payroll, which involves some office-based work. Deal with complaints - Complaints or queries from customers are directed to the head bartender to deal with in a professional manner. He or she deals with disturbances within the bar to ensure that all customers enjoy a peaceful environment, as well as resolving issues among staff.