The bartenders at The Lodge at
Blue Sky are responsible for all beverage orders from the bar,
Yuta Restaurant, patio area, pool, spa and room service.
They serve guests, take drink orders and create handcrafted
cocktails, meeting The Lodge at Blue Sky and Auberge Resorts
Collection Standards. The bartender is expected to know the
bar menu, have wine knowledge and understand how to craft
cocktails, including our specialty cocktails at Blue Sky.
They also have the ability to create new cocktails and build onto
Please note that this is not an
exhaustive list of everything that needs to be done. Within
the Auberge family, our team members always find new ways to look
after the business, their guests, and their team-mates.
Within this, the key responsibilities for this position are:
knowledge of particular characteristics and description of
every wine by the glass and major wine on the wine list.
knowledge of designated glassware and garnishes for each
knowledge of all liquor brands, wines, beers and non-alcoholic
knowledge of and strictly abide by state liquor regulations,
particularly those prohibiting service to minors, intoxicated
persons and drunk driving.
knowledge of table numbers, room capacity, hours of
operations, menus, and prices.
knowledge of correct maintenance and use of equipment; using
only as intended.
knowledge of and comply with all departmental policies and
Complete opening side
Check quality and
amount of all bar stock and supplies by using a checklist.
necessary supplies from the manager.
from storeroom to designated bars.
Stock glassware and
Wipe down bottles in
the display cabinet and speed rail.
Inspect cleanliness and
condition of bar and service areas; rectify any deficiencies.
Prepare garnishes and
mixes, log all product requisitioned from the kitchen.
Replenish supplies in
bars throughout shift, including ice.
Greet guests and take
their orders utilizing suggestive/up-selling techniques.
Properly input orders into the POS system and verify receipt
by the kitchen.
Legibly document orders
using the established system when POS is down and verify
receipt by the kitchen. Assist bar servers as required.
Anticipate guest needs,
respond promptly and acknowledge guests even when busy.
Maintain positive guest
Be familiar with all
resort services/features and local attractions/activities to
respond accurately to any guest inquiry.
Monitor and maintain
cleanliness, sanitation, and organization of bartop, tables,
service areas and outlet itself.
Remove soiled wares from
bar top and tables to the dishwashing area.
Present guest checks and
process payments. Adhere to all cash handling and credit
departures when guests leave the outlet.
Close all guest checks in
the POS system immediately upon payment.
Clean bar top as guests
Clean glassware in glass
machine/three compartment sink.
Direct and assist
barbacks and cocktail servers in their job functions to ensure
smooth and efficient service to guests.
Clearly communicate last
call at designated closing time to guests.
Ensure maximum usage of
all supplies to attain budgeted beverage cost and to prevent
Complete closing duties:
Properly store all
Empty and drain the
Remove all items from
the bar top and tables; place clean items in designated
areas; wipe clean all surfaces of bartop and tables.
Wipe down all bottles
Clean all bar
equipment and tools.
Complete all closing
reports in the POS system.
Follow the maintenance
program and cleaning schedule.
maintenance needs on work orders and submits to the manager.
Participate in and
support hotel and company efforts towards sustainability and
environmental initiatives in alignment with Blue Sky values.
*Perform other duties as directed, developed or assigned.
Minimum 21 years of age.
Three years experience as
a bartender, preferably in a Forbes rated resort.
Ability to satisfactorily
communicate in English with guests, management and co-workers
to their understanding.
Knowledge and compliance
of all Utah Liquor Laws.
Current food handling
certificate along with a proven understanding of safe food and
beverage handling practices.
Current Alcohol serving
Ability to communicate
service, etiquette and protocol skill and knowledge.
High school graduate or
equivalent and some college.
Certification of previous
training in liquor, wine and food service.
Any previous serving and
Certification in alcohol
Prior training in guest
Ability to anticipate and
understand guests’ service needs remaining calm and courteous.
Ability to be well
organized, maintain concentration and think clearly when
providing service to guests within any given period of time
and make a concise decision in pressure situations.
Ability to focus
attention on details.
Ability to maintain good
coordination and timing while serving orders quickly.
Ability to endure
abundant physical movements throughout the event and to exert
physical effort in setting up rooms from to specific standards
of each event
Ability to work
cohesively with co-workers as part of a team.
Ability to communicate in
English, both orally and in writing, using correct spelling
Ability to provide
legible written communication.
Ability to stand and walk
for up to 12 hours.
Frequent or occasional
need to perform the following physical activities: reaching,
bending, pushing, pulling, twisting, lifting, and climbing.
Frequent need to perform standing and walking activities
related to inspecting property.
Constant need to perform
the following physical activities: grasping, turning, finger
Occasional need to stand
for long periods of time.
Lifting/carrying up to 25
constant need to view small print. Frequent need to see small
details and things clearly beyond arms’ reach.
constant need to speak on telephone and/or two-way radio,
respond to the general public and converse with staff. Ability
to hear fire alarms and emergency equipment.
At Auberge, we are passionate about
our mission to be the best loved operator of one-of-a-kind luxury
properties and experiences. We are storytellers and
story-makers, delivering simple pleasures and creating indelible
memories. Born in Napa and inspired by the most relaxing places in
the world, we prize simplicity, comfort and beauty. Whatever
role we play in Auberge, and wherever we reside and work, we all
live by the view that our core purpose is to enrich people’s
philosophy resonates with you and you feel that our approach is
aligned with your own passions and beliefs, then please talk to us
about becoming part of our family.
Whether traveling on a ski trip
to Aspen, or taking a romantic escape in Santorini for a special
anniversary, it is the simple things that are most important to
the guests of Auberge Resorts Collection. At Auberge, we
offer the opportunity to create personal memories and stories;
tasting freshly picked fruit in Cabo San Lucas, horseback riding
with a local cowboy in Costa Rica, or planting coral gardens in
the South Pacific. People who know us, choose to return for shared
experiences that connect them to local cultures and which will be
forever embedded in their soul.
The Lodge at Blue Sky is nestled
between the soaring peaks of Utah’s Wasatch and Uinta mountain
ranges, sitting on thousands of acres of some of the world’s most
breathtakingly beautiful natural lands just moments from Park
The Lodge at
Blue Sky believes that our mission to provide luxury with wild
abandon to our guests can only be fulfilled by nurturing, valuing,
and empowering our employees to be their best selves, and giving
our best in return. Our employee culture sets itself apart from
other luxury hotels in our genuine appreciation of and respect for
our team members, and we are dedicated to providing the best
employee experience possible for our team by pairing people with
positions that both challenge and enrich them, as well as offering
competitive wages and comprehensive benefits.
Auberge Resorts Collection provides equal employment opportunities
(EEO) to all team members and applicants for employment without
regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age,
disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements,
Auberge Resorts Collection complies with applicable state and
local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every
location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies
to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting,
hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall,
transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.