Be part of an effective team to bring drinks to the thirsty masses in the form of elaborate cocktails and more.
- Prepare, serve drinks and cocktails
- Take responsibility for the organisation of the bar
- Dealing with payments and corresponding payments
- Manage bar stocks and supplies
- To ensure service and product quality
- To ensure that the bar is clean properly equipped
- Knowledge of alcoholic drinks and cocktail recipes
- Stock management abilities
- Sales ability
- Customer service experience
Qualifications and Training
You don’t need any particular qualifications or training to begin your career as a Bartender. However, if you tend to progress further you may want to consider various food preparation and food hygiene certificate and qualifications.
A Bartender can expect to earn between £11,000 and £17,000 a year.
Salary rates vary depending upon your experience, as well as the company. These figures are only intended as a guide.*
The bonus bits…
This is a very sociable role
Seasonal and part-time work is readily available
Working hours are usually from the afternoon to late evening/night – perfect for those who struggle with mornings
*Figures supplied by the National Careers Service November 2013