Posted September 29, 2020The Adolphus, Autograph Collection
The Adolphus is looking for talented, high energy and motivated bartender to join our team for the summer at our Rooftop Pool and Bar. Bartenders will create a lively and friendly atmosphere for our guests to enjoy their time in the sun. In the fast paced environment bartenders must be skilled in multitasking as they will be responsible for the bar and cocktail area.
Greets guests and takes drink and food order; provides information about menu items and looks for opportunity for additional sales.
Follows recipes and directions for mixing beverages.
Accurately processes transactions through the POS.
Responds appropriately to customer concerns.
Follows alcohol awareness procedures for preventing intoxication and deals with intoxicated guests.
Ensures a clean, sanitized and well stocked bar.
Follows health, safety and sanitation guidelines.
Inventories all beverages and operation supplies, orders replacement items as needed.
Build guest loyalty and enhance selling skills through the use of available training materials.
Experience, Skills and Knowledge
1 year experience bartending required
Knowledge of math to figure cost, make change and cash handling procedures.
Good communication skills and the ability to work independently as well as with other team members
Able to work unsupervised for extensive periods, and to demonstrate good judgment when dealing with customers and peers
TABC and Food Handler Certification required
Since opening in 1912, The Adolphus has served as a Dallas icon and an integral part of the city’s history and culture. In its recent restoration, the hotel’s storied past is both celebrated and re-imagined, creating a sense of discovery at every turn.
Dallas is known for its entrepreneurial spirit and passion for commerce, fashion, and luxury. The city also personifies that unmistakable Texas hospitality. The Adolphus was built on Commerce Street as Dallas’ first luxury hotel by Adolphus Busch founder of Anheuser Busch. Situated on the original site of City Hall, The Adolphus was modeled after a grand Beaux Arts German castle, with Busch commissioning European craftsmen to create authentic details throughout the building. In its recent restoration and renovation, the hotel’s storied past is both celebrated and re-imagined. There is a sense of discovery at every turn. its claim as an intrinsic piece to a vibrant downtown.