Bartender Cover Letter Example + Tips
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Dear Hiring Manager,
I write in response to your ad seeking an experienced Bartender at Cougar Cruise Lines. As a highly competent Bartender, I would bring a service-focused and hard-working attitude to this role.
In my current position, I maintain a fun, customer-focused bar atmosphere as I serve party guests. I have a knack for problem solving and work well independently and with little oversight. I am friendly, enthusiastic, and organized, and I excel at upselling.
I am a self-starter and adept at controlling bar inventory, managing bar and server orders, and working well as part of a strong team. I am familiar with classic and modern cocktail recipes and learn new procedures quickly. As a part of the team at Cougar Cruise Lines, I hope to exceed your customer service and revenue expectations.
My resume and references are attached. Please feel free to contact me at your earliest convenience to discuss the position and your needs in detail.
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A bartender’s pay can vary widely depending upon such factors as how much business the bar does, how personable the bartender is and the socioeconomic status of the bar’s clientele. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that most bartenders make about 25,000 dollars per year. A well written resume and cover letter with bartending experience on it are highly effective. Because the hospitality industry is so large and varied, demand for bartenders is usually very high. The wide range of people you meet can also help you to network for other, better jobs.
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