We are looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated bar supervisor required for the day to day operational supervision of one of our campus student bars. You will work closely with the Bars Manager to provide a vibrant, fun and yet professional customer focused bar service.
Our core business caters for the student market and includes events both on and off site.
The ideal candidate would hold a current valid driving licence and have the commitment to ensure the bars operate within licensing and health and safety legislation and within local standard operating procedures.
Responsible for supervising, training and motivating a small team of bar staff, you will have proven bar experience preferably within a fast paced, high volume bar environment and ideally experience of supervising a team. On occasions you will also be required to supervise other bars and adjacent catering services. Some experience in organising/running events and/or catering would be ideal although can be provided.
You will be required to work an average of 37 hours per week on an annualised hours contract, typically 4pm – 12.30am to include most weekends during terms (30 weeks) although a flexible attitude is required to a varied events calendar. Holidays and lieu time will normally be taken at quieter vacation periods, in between conference and event bar requirements.
Salary: £17,366 per annum
Closing date: midnight on 30 May 2018
Interviews will be held on 18th & 19th June 2018.
York Conferences Ltd. (YCL) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the University of York. The Head Office is situated at the University of York, Heslington, York, YO10 5DD and the Directors of YCL are appointed by the Council of the University of York. The successful candidate will be appointed on YCL terms and conditions of employment.
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