Bartender Big Bad Breakfast

Bartender

Full Time • Big Bad Breakfast

Company Overview:

Big Bad Breakfast is not your average breakfast joint. In fact, it’s not just for breakfast. The brainchild of James Beard award-winning chef John Currence, Big Bad Breakfast gives the proper respect to “the most important meal of the day.” Big Bad Breakfast offers staples such as custom-created meats, fresh biscuits and preserves, locally roasted coffee and some of the best cocktails you’ll find anywhere. We wear our “Big Bad” name as a badge of honor and take special pride in serving all the Southern favorites with the creativity and technique that only a skilled, world-renowned chef can bring to the table.
 

Job Summary:

The Bartender’s role is to provide “Guest First” service at all times, making the Guest the heart and passion of all they do. This includes friendly and timely interaction with Guests and Employees, mixing and serving alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, suggestive selling, answering questions, taking and delivering the Guests’ order, cooperative service, and following up to ensure each Guest receives their correct food and/or drink order. Every Guest is made to feel welcome at all times.
 

Responsibilities:

  1. Greets guests, explains specials, and menu using descriptive words and listens and responds to questions.
  2. Suggestively sells appetizer, entrée and dessert menu items by describing each item in an appetizing way.
  3. Performs service duties for other employees in the dining room by delivering food to the guests when orders are ready in the kitchen and providing guest assistance in the dining room.
  4. Performs duties that require organization, speed, efficiency and bending and lifting.
  5. Handles multiple priorities, works under stress and exercises good judgment when dealing with guest situations and complaints.
  6. Maintains cleanliness throughout restaurant and performs weekly maintenance.
 

Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each job responsibility. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and / or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  1. Ability to see, hear, read, and write. Basic math and verbal communication skills required.
  2. Ability to comprehend and follow written and verbal direction.
  3. Must be able to speak clearly and listen attentively to guests, other employees and managers.
  4. Possess basic math skills and have the ability to handle money and operate a point-of-sale system.
 

Benefits/Perks:

  1. Health Insurance
  2. Dental Insurance
  3. Vision Insurance
  4. Life Insurance
  5. Disability Insurance
  6. Employee Discount
  7. Flexible Schedule
  8. Vacation Pay
Compensation: $15-20 an hour

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.





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BENEFITS

Health Insurance
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
Disability Insurance
Employee Percentage
Flexible Schedule
Vacation Pay