Assistant Beverage Manager (Bar Manager)
Days: TBD - based on business needs
Hiring rate or hiring range: Based on qualifications
Manages all staff, activities and events of the beverage service operation to ensure a pleasant guest experience and efficient operations, the standard is 80% of time spent is on the floor, 20% on other assigned duties. Must effectively navigate complex situations with limited or evolving information. Complies with all alcohol service standards, procedures and policies. Coordinates service calls for property-wide beverage equipment. Applies high guest service standards to ensure a pleasant guest experience through the adequate and timely supply of beverage throughout the casino floor. Pursues avenues to increase revenue for all beverage areas.
Assist the Beverage Operations Manager with preparing and maintaining the budget. Address variances both cash and liquor and explain them in writing. Responsible for reconciling banks from alcohol.
- Manages staff and staff concern to resolution. Effectively communicates upward, downward and laterally. Manage the day to day bar and floor operation to include scheduling, maps, rotation to ensure proper coverage at all times. Maximize revenue opportunities. Continually monitors activities of staff to ensure efficient operation. Conducts daily operations in adherence to policy, procedures and safety standards, including responsible alcohol service. Ensure Bartenders are preparing alcoholic beverages according to enterprise recipe specifics and standards. Reconciles cash-outs for floor servers, concession servers, and high stakes servers and Bar Staff.
- Interacts with guests and staff to quickly and completely resolve issues to ensure exceptional guest service and a positive work environment.
- Prepares accurate and updated team member schedules to accommodate work flow.
- Ensures that all bars and Beverage stations are clean, adequately stocked and all equipment is functioning
- Interviews, selects, hires, and promotes team members. This includes team member training and development. Completes performance appraisals on direct reports. Counsels and issues disciplinary action. Completes all required paperwork. Responsible for pre shift meetings for all beverage positions, content and delivery.
- Occasional Tasks.
- Must be 18 years of age or older.
- Any combination of post-high school restaurant/bar education and/or restaurant/bar experience to three five years.
- Minimum of one year supervisory experience in an alcohol service environment. Experience relevant within the past 5 years.
- Beginning experience with word-processing, spreadsheets, presentation, and electronic mail software.
- On feet or standing 85% of shift.
- Must be able to lift 30 lbs.