CASINO BARTENDER/BEVERAGE SERVER (LOUISIANA DOWNS) Job
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Food & Beverage
8000 E Texas Street, Bossier City, LA 71111, US
Job Title: Casino Beverage Server - Bartender
Department: Casino Operations (Beverage)
Reports to: Casino Operations Supervisors and Managers
Summary: The Casino Beverage Server - Bartender is responsible for mixing and serving beverages for guests in a fast, friendly and professional manner while meeting all of Harrah’s standards for Customer Service.
High School diploma or GED Must be at least 21 years of age Must possess or be able to obtain a valid ABO Card from the City/Parish Must possess or be able to attain a valid Responsible Vendor Server Permit
Essential functions of the job and responsibilities include the following (other duties may be assigned).
Must be able to prepare standard mixed drinks quickly, accurately, and without significant waste.Must be able to push/pull beverage cart through the casino. The cart is in excess of 300 pounds when fully stocked, and requires 25 – 27 pounds of force to initiate movement. It requires 15-20 pounds of force to push/pull and turn the cart around the casino. Must be able to bend, stoop and twist when serving drinks.Must be able to carry a tray of at least 10 drinks, with one hand while walking the casino floor, and deliver drinks while carrying the tray. A fully loaded tray weighs between 15-20 pounds.Must be able to obtain and maintain a standard Mixology certification.Must keep beverage cart clean and sanitary.Must be available to work a flexible schedule which may include: nights, weekends, holidays and overtime if needed.Maintain excellent customer service and communication skillsProvide fast, friendly, professional beverage service to casino guests Actively promote casino events and programsMonitor guest consumption of alcohol and intervene as needed according to Responsible Alcohol Management training and property guidelinesMust possess the ability to engage in both tray service and beverage cart service depending on guest volumes and business needs.Must not leave cart unattended.Must be able to work in areas containing secondhand smoke and high noise levels.Must have basic math skills in order to count money and present change correctlyAble to perform other various duties as assigned.
The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Who We Are
Enlisting Heroes, our company-wide veteran hiring initiative, is not just the right thing to do, it is also the smart thing to do.Enlisting Heroes seeks to harness the skills and aptitudes veterans acquire throughout their military career and apply them to the business world. At Caesars Entertainment, there is no shortage of examples of veterans transitioning from successful careers in the military to successful careers in the gaming industry in a range of functions from property management, logistics, human resources, and more. Our mission “We inspire grown-ups to play” fuels our passion for an exciting guest experience and a rewarding career. If you have the desire to create memorable experiences, personalize rewards and delight every guest, every team member every time, we invite you to explore our dynamic yet unique career opportunities. Employees of the Caesars family of resort casinos are driven by our Mission, Vision, and Values. We take great pride in living our values: + Integrity & Rigor
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Meet Our Veterans
I learned so many different things that I apply regularly in my current position. I’ve been certified as a training instructor, a crisis/hostage negotiator and critical incident stress-management peer counselor. All of which help me deal with the different personalities of my people and the patrons who regularly come to Harrah’s Louisiana Downs.
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