Sample Bartender Resume
This sample bartender resume outlines the most important aspects of a bartenders resume. Depending on your level of experience, education and skill set, you’ll want to start your bartending resume with whatever looks the best. This means that if you have a lot of certificates – bartending, mixology, draught pouring, sommelier etc – list these first under the heading “Education”, “Special Skills” or “Certification”.
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** Real World Sample Bartender Resume **
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Sample Bartender Resume – Text Version
To build on my 6 years experience behind the bar utilizing my stellar customer service skills
and knowledge of brewing and craft beers in a way that entertains and wows customers – bringing them in and keeping them coming back
- Insatiable desire for craft beer knowledge and the beer brewing process
- Detail-oriented with a flair for outstanding customer service
- Friendly, personable, outgoing, interactive and entertaining
- Reached Jedi status with both PosiTouch & Aloha P.O.S systems
Bartender, Kelly’s Caribbean Bar, GRILL & BREWERY Winters, 2010-2013
Key West, FL
As the only brewery in the Keys, Kelly’s was hopping and enjoyed one of the most popular happy hours in Key West.
Tending bar at a brewery taught me:
ü Brewing / Craft Beer Knowledge – assisting the brewmaster two times / month gave me a wealth of knowledge about craft beers.
ü Prep – a well-stocked and prepped bar translates into higher revenues and better customer service
ü Multitasking – serving $1000 lunches while simultaneously prepping extensively for dinner and happy hour quickly taught me the most efficient ways to do my many tasks
Bartender / Wedding Planner, Shady Gators Summers, 2009-2013
Lake Ozark, MO
Voted #1 in Drinks & Entertainment and Best Waterfront Bar, Shady Gators is the “Party Capital of Lake of the Ozarks” and may actually be the busiest bar in the state.
Bartending at a party bar and planning 8 summer weddings / year taught me:
ü Stellar Customer Service – where every night is non-stop, I not only gave great service but myself and my team always maintained an upbeat attitude and a smile – no matter how slammed the bar was
ü Bartender Training – having trained the last 4 bartenders hired, I walked away with a far deeper understanding of what it takes to be a successful bartender – and I ingrained these traits into my trainees
ü Organizational Skills – planning weddings for 300 people or more requires someone with an eye for detail and a flair for organization – I became that person quickly
If you use the above sample bartender resume as a guide, you should be able to create your own bartending resume using it as a guideline.
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