Property & Casualty Agent
July 2013 — Present
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Licensed Agent at Allstate Insurance
As the bar manager, I review the inventory, manage the money and staff, buy supplies and I ensure that the bar meets legislative directives. I must also establish a physical presence at the bar and make adjustments to ensure customer service is consistently high. I also must know local, state and federal regulations for the sale and distribution of alcohol. Some of my daily responsibilities include regularly reviewing bar operations, including special-event setups, prices and hours. I allso prepare staff schedules, communicate with employees, ensure the bar is adequately staffed at all times, keep record of supplies and cash, and replenishe the bar and cash drawer.
As a manager it is my responsibility to interview job applicants, conduct regular performance reviews, and train all staff who work at the bar including bartenders, waiters and waitresses. Bar managers are responsible for reporting security and disciplinary breaches to their supervisors or human resources contact.
Bar managers must have strong interpersonal and communication skills, a neat physical appearance, and the willingness to be a team player. Bar managers must also be at least 21 years of age. They should have prior experience working at a food and beverage establishment, such as a hotel restaurant or club where alcohol is served, or managing a staff.
Check patrons' identification in order to ensure that they meet minimum age requirements for consumption of alcoholic beverages.
Collect payments from customers.
Write patrons' food orders on order slips, memorize orders, or enter orders into computers for transmittal to kitchen staff.
Take orders from patrons for food or beverages Check with customers to ensure that they are enjoying their meals and take action to correct any problems.
Serve food and/or beverages to patrons; prepare and serve specialty dishes at tables as required.
Loads, unloads, and moves materials within or near plant, yard, or work site, performing any combination of following duties: Reads work order or follows oral instructions to ascertain materials or containers to be moved.
Opens containers, using steel cutters, crowbar, clawhammer, or other handtools.
Loads and unloads materials onto or from pallets, trays, racks, and shelves by hand.
Loads materials into vehicles and installs strapping, bracing, or padding to prevent shifting or damage in transit, using handtools.
Conveys materials to or from storage or work sites to designated area, using handtruck, electric dolly, wheelbarrow, or other device.
Secures lifting attachments to materials and conveys load to destination, using hand-operated crane or hoist, or signals crane or hoisting operators to move load to destination.
Lifts heavy objects by hand or using power hoist, and cleans work area, machines, and equipment, using broom, rags, and cleaning compounds, to assist machine operators.
Makes simple adjustments or repairs, such as realigning belts or replacing rollers, using handtools.
Assembles crates to contain products, such as machines or vehicles, using handtools and precut lumber.
Shovels loose materials, such as sand, gravel, metals, plastics, or chemicals, into machine hoppers or into vehicles and containers, such as wheelbarrows, scrap truck, or barrels.
May occasionally operate industrial truck or electric hoist to assist in loading or moving materials and products.
May be designated according to material handled as Filling Hauler, Weaving; according to method of conveying materials as Lugger; according to machine or equipment loaded or unloaded as Blunger Loader; Vehicle Unloader; or according to work station as Outside Trucker; Platform Loader.