Location
Chumash Casino Resort
Employment Status
Full Time
Shift
Varies
Specific Work Schedule
Department
Beverage

Bartender

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Bartender mixes and serves alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to guests of the bar, following standard recipes.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

Education

  • High School Diploma or GED Certificate preferred.

Experience

  • 6 months of experience as a Bartender or 1 year as Barback.

Additional Requirements

  • Must be proficient in the English language.
  • Must be flexible with work hours including nights, weekends, and holidays.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with professionalism and courtesy.
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills.
  • Extensive beverage knowledge.
  • Ability to acquire L.E.A.D. Certification.
  • Basic knowledge of the Infogenesis system.
  • Must follow safety policies and grooming standards.
  • Must apply for, receive, and maintain a Gaming License from the Tribal Gaming Agency.

About Us:

Chumash Enterprise is one of the premier employers in Santa Barbara County. We are recognized as a Four-Diamond Resort, but it is our Five-Diamond Guest Service that keeps our guests coming back! With more than 1,800 Team Members, we offer a stable and rewarding work environment with a competitive benefits package, exciting growth opportunities, tuition reimbursement and more. 

As our organization grows, new and exciting opportunities continue to develop at all of our properties including; Chumash Casino Resort, Chumash Employee Resource Center, Chumash Gas Station, Santa Ynez Tribal Health Clinic, Santa Ynez Chumash Tribal Administration, Hotel Corque and Root 246, Kita Wines, Hadsten House Hotel.

Disclaimer:

The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.
Consistent with federal law, Native American hiring preference applies.