Clean glasses, utensils, and bar equipment. Collect money for drinks served. Balance cash receipts. Check identification of customers to verify age requirements for purchase of alcohol. Clean bars, work areas, and tables. Attempt to limit problems and liability related to customers excessive drinking by taking steps such as persuading customers to stop drinking or ordering taxis or other transportation for intoxicated patrons. Take beverage orders from serving staff or directly from patrons. Serve wine and bottled or draft beer. Plan, organize and control the operations of the cocktail lounge or bar. Stock bar with beer, wine, liquor, and related supplies such as ice, glassware, napkins or straws. Serve snacks or food items to customers seated at the bar. Mix ingredients, such as liquor, soda, water, sugar, and bitters, to prepare cocktails and other drinks. Slice and pit fruit for garnishing drinks. Ask customers who become loud and obnoxious to leave, or physically remove them. Arrange bottles and glasses to make attractive displays. Create drink recipes. Plan bar menus. Prepare appetizers such as pickles, cheese and cold meats. Clean tableware. Process customer bills or payments. Balance receipts. Clean food service areas. Serve food or beverages.
Bartenders will earn the greater of $6.00 per hour plus tips ($10.83 per hour plus tips O.T.) or $11.60 per hour ($17.40 per hour O.T.), whichever is greater
Optional employer sponsored health insurance through Blue Care Network is available as payroll deductions of 9.83% of W-2 wages and capped for single coverage at $419.23/month, whichever amount is less. Acceptance of employer sponsored health insurance plan is not a condition for employment. If health insurance is elected, payroll deductions of the premium set forth above will be deducted from the employee's paycheck.
The employer does not provide housing or board during the term of employment however the employer does have a limited number of optional shared housing units available for rent by seasonal workers at a cost to the worker of $79.95 per week and $200 deposit refundable upon inspection at end of season. Use of employer provided housing is not a condition of employment. The housing is within walking distance of the worksites. If a worker rents housing from the employer, the employee will be asked to agree to have the rent deducted from their paycheck.