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Cocktail Server
Medina
1328 Florida Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC
Medina hiring Cocktail Server in Washington, DC

Medina hiring Cocktail Server in Washington, DC

MedinaMore Info

Full Time • Hourly ($17.00 - $20.00) plus tips
Expired: Jul 16, 2024

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Required Years of Experience

2 years


Job Details

Job description

Medina, an intimate neighborhood cocktail bar.  Brought to you by the group behind Compass Rose, Kirby Club and Maydan are looking for energetic professionals who thrives in a fast-paced environment focused on genuine hospitality. Our ideal candidate is outgoing, communicative and is dedicated in helping to provide a memorable experience while being a part of a highly motivated team.

If you've wanted to work for a company with a history of success in food & beverage, incredible creativity in concept development, a community driven mindset & a mission to care for their teams then it might be time to join!

Our ideal candidate is an individual who is curious, willing to learn, is outgoing, communicative, enthusiastic, and enjoys creating memorable guest experiences. Overall, we are looking for professionals with a great work ethic and just enough funk. Please contact us with your resume and background. We will contact you for  an interview.

Job Type: Full-time and Part-time

Requirements

- Minimum 2 years serving experience

- Upscale Casual experience preferred

- Extensive experience in craft cocktail and or fine dining restaurant atmosphere

- A vast knowledge of wine, beer, and craft cocktails.

- Willingness to learn and be an integral part of an exciting environment

- Attention to detail and excellent communication skills required

- Positive attitudes only.

Please email your resume and references!




Compensation Details

Compensation: Hourly ($17.00 - $20.00) plus tips

Estimated Weekly Tips: $1,000

Benefits & Perks: Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid Time Off, Dining Discounts

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