Assistant Beverage Manager
As Assistant Beverage Manager, you will be responsible for our exciting, multi units, high-volume shipboard Beverage Operation and oversee its multicultural world-class team. You will be responsible for assisting Operation of our state of the art ship’s (all bars/lounges, restaurants, venues and crew dining areas). Our multi-million dollar beverage operation is an integral part of our success, and this fast-paced division provides a challenging and rewarding professional environment. In addition, you will have the opportunity to travel the world while working for a top global employer of choice.
• Supervising three to seven employees who each lead a team of forty to seventy crew members; directing, coaching, supporting, and evaluating to ensure continuous and accurate bar service operation and a motivated team
• Training employees on aspects of service and selling techniques, cost reduction, and on-the-job training for employees as needed
• Consistently improving revenue generation through promotions and other relevant efforts, to increase sales in order to meet/exceed expectations
• Successfully identifying expense reduction opportunities through cost control, and maintaining all ship's bars, lounges, service bars and bar storage areas (as well as outer island bars and storage) while ensuring compliance with health and safety standards
• Maintaining shipboard outlets: Ensuring bars are sufficiently stocked with supplies, recording production and operational data in each area, and approving and overseeing inventories, bar par levels, transfers, cocktail parties, and opening.
• Minimum of two to three years of progressive bar management experience in a high volume setting, as well as experience simultaneously managing at least three venues (and 30 people), with P&L and cost / inventory control responsibilities
• Ability to accommodate a four months on / two months off contract schedule for this onboard position
• Bachelor's degree in Hospitality Management, Business Administration or related field from an accredited college, university or the international equivalent is preferred
• Ability to read, write and speak English clearly and distinctly
• All international applicants must have the ability to obtain C1/D1 visa (and other relevant visas) when applicable
• Ability to participate in emergency life-saving drills and required training