Bartender Resume Format

By | January 18, 2011

The Bartender is often the most approachable person at the end of the day for people with problems as they take a drink or two on the way home. They are known to be conversationalists which are often their most important trait to attract and retain pub patrons outside of their ability to make drink mixes.  But they’re main duties include wines, liquor and alcoholic drinks carried by the pub along with lattes, cappuccinos and other coffee mixes.

Bartender Resume Format

Gerry M. Almendras

Paseo De San Antonio, San Jose, CA

Phone: 408-544-5745

almendraz_gm@ycmail.com

Objective

To become a bartender in a large pub, hotel or restaurant

Summary of Qualifications

  • 5 years of experience as a bartender in a large pub and grill house
  • Excellent oral communication skills in English and Spanish
  • Excellent interpersonal and conversational skills to entertain clients.

Career Experience / Job History

2005 – Present:  Bartender, San Rafael Bar and Grill, CA

  • Mix liquor, soft drinks, wine, water and other ingredients to prepare cocktails and other beverages and serve in their proper glasses
  • Ascertain age of youthful looking patrons by courteously requesting for a suitable ID
  • Ensure that the bar is adequately stocked with liquor and glasses along with all the appliances and tools for mixing and preparing drinks
  • Coordinate with house maintenance crew to repair fixtures and refrigeration appliances in the bar
  • Clean bar area and wash glassware
  • Maintain courteous conversation with patrons sitting at the bar

Achievements

Awarded Bartender of the Year for the years 2006, 2008 and 2009 for outstanding alcoholic concoctions

Education

2005 – Present:  In-house training on wines and spirits, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

2001 – 2005:  BA in Hotel and Restaurant Management (undergraduate), UCLA

Professional and Character References

Can be furnished upon request