October 2013 — Present
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Collect money for drinks served.
Check identification of customers to verify age requirements for purchase of alcohol.
Clean glasses, utensils, and bar equipment.
Attempt to limit problems and liability related to customers' excessive drinking by taking steps such as persuading customers to stop drinking, or ordering taxis or other transportation for intoxicated patrons.
Stock bar with beer, wine, liquor, and related supplies such as ice, glassware, napkins, or straws.
Serve wine, and bottled or draft beer.
Clean bars, work areas, and tables.
Mix ingredients, such as liquor, soda, water, sugar, and bitters, to prepare cocktails and other drinks.
Monitor food distribution, ensuring that meals are delivered to the correct recipients and that guidelines, such as those for special diets, are followed.
Clean or sterilize dishes, kitchen utensils, equipment, or facilities.
Examine trays to ensure that they contain required items.
Take food orders and relay orders to kitchens or serving counters so they can be filled.
Prepare food items, such as sandwiches, salads, soups, or beverages.
Monitor food preparation or serving techniques to ensure that proper procedures are followed.
Monitor compliance with health and fire regulations regarding food preparation and serving, and building maintenance in lodging and dining facilities.
Count money and make bank deposits.
Investigate and resolve complaints regarding food quality, service, or accommodations.
Coordinate assignments of cooking personnel to ensure economical use of food and timely preparation.
Schedule and receive food and beverage deliveries, checking delivery contents to verify product quality and quantity.
Monitor budgets and payroll records, and review financial transactions to ensure that expenditures are authorized and budgeted.
Maintain food and equipment inventories, and keep inventory records.
Establish standards for personnel performance and customer service.