The Barback position is an extension of the bartender. They are in place to assist the bar staff in delivering Slater Hospitality Brand Service. The Barback helps the bartenders in maintaining the cleanliness of the bar and keeping inventory levels appropriate for the volume of business.
- An elevated, professional, and clean appearance.
- Attention to detail.
- Team oriented attitude.
- Strong work ethic.
- Ability to walk and stand for hours at a time.
- Eagerness to learn and to improve as a bar-back.
- Passion for hospitality and service.
Duties and responsibilities:
- Keep the bar fully stocked at all times.
- Maintain cleanliness throughout the bar and its respective areas.
- Put away the liquor/beer deliveries that come in during the day.
- Assist the bartender with anything that they may need.
- Help with punching orders into the POS system, if needed.
- Cut garnishes when low.
- Refill juice bottles, fruit trays, and ice wells.
- Restock liquor bottles and change out beer kegs during shift.
- Replenish napkins, straws, and other counter items.
- Maintain clean towels in each bartender’s station.
- Clean drink spills and sweep broken glassware immediately.
- Clean counters during & after shift.
- Take out trash and recycling throughout the shift.
- Collect & clean drink menus at the end of the shift.
Starting rate: $10-12/hr + Cash Tipout.
With views of the Atlanta skyline, Rooftop LOA is the perfect spot for dining, socializing, private events, and poolside partying. Our 38,000 square foot rooftop consists of four areas including a full-service restaurant, a 1200 square foot resort style pool, an outdoor bar and gathering space, and a 150-person covered event pavilion. This adults-only rooftop with capacity for 1000 people is designed to be a sophisticated escape from the hustle and bustle of the Westside below. The intention for LOA is that guests feel like they are on vacation the moment they check in on the ground floor, before ever heading up to the roof. Once there, we want them to leave their world behind.