Bartender – Flexible Hours – Immediate Start – up to £28k
- Salary: Up to £28k
- Location: London,
- Start date: Immediate Start
- Job Sector: , Bartender
- Job Type: Permanent
- Job Ref: VAC-15781
The Bartender role will be for an elegant and modern take on the Japanese Izayaka – a style of cooking combining authentic Japanese and European cuisines, and the menu is fuelled with innovative spirit offering a unique style
The Bartender will work in an ideal place for a pre and post – dinner drink, or as a destination on its own to stop by and enjoy a selection of bar snacks with a drink in a relaxed neighbourhood spot in the heart of Chelsea for locals and guests to enjoy their favourite tipple, whether it be a glass of wine, beer, cocktail or sake
The benefits of the Bartender will have a very attractive salary starting from £26000 up to £28000 per annum
The working hours will be subject to the weekly ROTA with shifts from 10:00am until 12:00pm with single shifts or double shifts to balance your lifestyle
What skills you will need:
- A good understanding of hospitality would be great
- Ability to work with people and work collaboratively across different functions with a smile
- Remain calm and constructive under pressure, solution orientated
- Extremely well organised whilst being comfortable multitasking across different responsibilities.
- Keen interest in Japanese cuisine
- Great teamwork skills
- Ability to work under pressure
- Can do attitude
You will be part of the team of the restaurant. The Bartender role requires a person who is always professional but also has a welcoming and friendly disposition.
The guests are looking for a memorable experience, and it is your role to ensure that you together with the rest of the team make each experience memorable for guests through your knowledge and while living the values.
Our client is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, or age. We value, promote, and seek diversity.
In line with the requirements of the Asylum & Immigration Act 1996, applicants must either be eligible to work in the UK or must obtain a work permit prior to application.
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