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Bartender- Extra Board

Company Name:
Meadows Racetrack and Casino
Job Title: Bartender- Extra Board
City: Washington
Job Code: 10390
State: PA
Job Level: Experienced
Category: Food & Beverage
Job Type: Extra Board
Job Description:
Position Purpose & Scope:
Provides safe, courteous, fun & legal direct sales and service of alcoholic and non-alcoholic Beverages to guests in the casino bars, restaurant bars, service bars, bowling alley bar, banquets, special events or any other beverage service opportunity area stipulated by management
Maintains a clean work area in accordance with established standards and procedures
Properly processes cash, comp, credit card and other transaction types
Job Requirements:
Essential Knowledge, Skill and Licensure Requirements:
Must be able to obtain a Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board license
Possession of TIPS or TAM and Serve Safe certification
Must be 21 years of age or older
Requires knowledge of Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture - Department of Food Safety and Sanitation regulations
Must be thoroughly knowledgeable in alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage brands and spirit types
Must be thoroughly knowledgeable in preparation of beverage recipes
Must have basic knowledge of wine varietals, colors and types
Ability to handle cash and all other tender methods and be able to make change
1 year work experience in a high volume, full service bartending position
Essential Physical Requirement:
Stands unassisted for substantial periods
Walking at a fast pace forward, backward and laterally unassisted
Bending at the waist and knee
Pulling and pushing up to 200 lbs
Lifting unassisted waist high up to 50 lbs
Reaching, twisting, squatting, and kneeling
Works in wet, hot, high humidity, noisy, low light environment
Works in very crowded public areas
Comes in contact with second hand tobacco smoke
Maintains a clean, sanitary, professional and well groomed personal appearance
May be costumed in professional & physically revealing garments


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