Bartenders - Get Hired And Paid Fast, La Perouse

Published 2022-04-26
Expires 2022-05-26
ID #972781349
Bartenders - Get Hired And Paid Fast, La Perouse
Australia, New South Wales, La Perouse,
Published April 26, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Bartenders - get hired and paid fast

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Jitjatjo (pronounced like tic-tac-toe) is the best place to find casual hospitality work in your local area. Our mobile app, Flex by Jitjatjo, gives you control of when and where you work, with Instant Pay for every shift you crush.^BARTENDERJitjatjo is looking for passionate and hard working talent like you who enjoy working in fast-paced environments and have a passion for customer service.Bartenders prepare a variety of beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) for guests and may take food orders. Successful Talent are natural multitaskers, can craft delicious beverages, classic drinks, handle cash and create a friendly atmosphere, even during the busiest times.Responsibilities: Prepare alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages for guests Interact with customers, take orders, serve snacks and drinks Assess customers' needs and preferences and make recommendations Has a strong understanding of dietary allergies/intolerances Check customers' identification as required to confirm their legal drinking age Restock bar inventory and supplies as required Constantly maintain cleanliness and appearance of guest and staff areas Stay guest-focused and create and nurture excellent guest experiences Enter orders and collect customer payments via POS system and in some instances is responsible for cash floats Wash and polish glassware and empty rubbish bins Comply with food and beverage regulations, ensuring Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) Maintain all safety standardsRequirements: Must be 18 years or older Eligible to work in the Australia Have a smartphone with a data planBenefits:Our team members choose Flex as their preferred gig platform because of how easy it is to make extra money. Apply to work with us once through a simple application and get access to endless casual jobs that fit your lifestyle. Apply once to access endless casual gigs Take control of when and where you work Instant Pay for every shift you crush^ Learn and grow by gaining new skills in different positions Feel supported as part of our rapidly growing communityHow to Apply: Click Apply and enter your mobile phone number Download 'Flex by Jitjatjo' app and follow the instructions Virtual Interview with our Sydney teamOnce hired, access endless casual work opportunities at a variety of businesses near you.^Instant Pay is conditional on the achievement of performance criteria, a current/active bank account on your profile and approval of hours worked. Certain gigs may require additional time to verify worker hours and in such cases, payment may take longer to process.

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