If you have seen a role for a Bartender that you would like to apply for then you may have done some previous work experience in a bar doing similar work and be looking for a fresh challenge or you could be looking for a part time job to get some extra cash coming in.
Your main job will be serving drinks to the customers. You will also make sure that the bar you are working in is always clean and tidy. Stock is your another responsibility at the pub. So duties are:
– Serving customers
– Taking payments
You don’t need to have any type of qualification to become a bartender. Employers are looking for the people who can the job right and in good standards.
Related: Bar Manager Cover Letter
If you are working full-time then your earning can be between £11,000 and £17,000 a year. If you are an experienced Bartender then your salary will higher, up to £20,000 a year.
Whatever the reason, if you would like some help in writing a covering letter, please see below:
Related: Bar Person Cover Letter
Bartender Cover Letter
Mr. A. Employee
1, My House
Mrs. A. Manager
Application for the role of Bartender
I would like to apply for the role of Bartender which I have recently seen advertised in (where) and (when).
I have done some previous bar work whilst I was at university and I feel that I gained a lot from my time at (where). I would now like a fresh challenge and have recently moved area and I live quite close (or how far away) from your establishment.
Having done some research into your bar and the target market customers I feel that my experience transfers quite nicely and that I would be able to do this role well.
I am a very bubbly and outgoing person. I enjoy talking to and dealing with customers and I am organised and efficient in my work. I like to work as part of a team and environment and always make an effort to get on with my colleagues and work well as a team.
I like the environment of a bar or restaurant and have also had some experience in serving food and snacks to customers and am happy to take on any further responsibility as required.
Please find enclosed my CV which details my skills and experiences. Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me and I will be happy to answer any questions that you may have.
Thank you in advance for reading my CV and Letter.
Your covering letter should be simple and clean and shouldn’t be duplicate of your CV.
Do not write things that are already in your CV.
Personalize your job letter, address it to manager or whoever is in charge of hiring.
Spell check and proofread your letter before sending it to the employers.
Review your letter once again and keep at least one copy of the letter.
Cover Letter for a Bartender
Ms Jane Brown
101 Any Road
Mr John Smith
Dear Mr Smith
Application for the post of Bartender
I was interested to read the advertisement for the above post and am keen to apply.
I have significant experience of bartending work in a number of different locations in the city and have a wide knowledge of different kinds of drinks. With a courteous and pleasant manner, I am able to provide a high quality service to customers and work equally well within a team and on my own.
I have good cash handling skills and am able to use my initiative to solve problems and deal with customer issues effectively. I have high standards and pride myself in keeping the bar area clean and hygienic. I am extremely flexible and reliable and can work a variety of shift patterns.
I would appreciate the opportunity to attend for interview as I believe that I would be an asset to your company, which I know has an exceptional reputation. I can be contacted on (phone number) or (e-mail address) at any time.
Thank you for your consideration.