File Number: 6004-8
Open to: This Category I position is open to all interested parties.
Personnel Support Programs
Who We Are: CFMWS is committed to enhancing the morale and welfare of the military community, ultimately contributing to the operational readiness and effectiveness of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF). We pride ourselves on being part of the Defence Team. For more information on who we are, please visit us at www.cfmws.com.
Job Summary: Under the supervision of the Bar Supervisor, the Bartender greets customers, prepares and serves mixed drinks, wine, draft or bottled beer and non-alcoholic beverages for patrons; maintains the inventory of bar stock; cleans bar area and washes glassware; and also ensures compliance with provincial liquor legislation and regulations.
Benefits Available: Competitive Benefits including Defined Benefit Savings plans (TFSA, RRSPs), Educational Assistance, and Accessible facilities on base (i.e. Fitness facility, Swimming pool, etc), CANEX Privileges and many more.
Salary: $11.77hr - $14.74/hr
• Reliability Status
• This process includes a police records check for service with the vulnerable sector.
NPF employees must demonstrate the following shared competencies: client service, organizational knowledge, communication, innovation, teamwork and leadership.
Employment Equity: NPF is strongly committed to building a skilled and diverse workforce reflective of Canadian society. Therefore we promote employment equity and encourage candidates to voluntarily self-identify on their application if they are members of a designated group (i.e. a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a visible minority).
Start Date: as soon as possible
Posting Date: 05 October 2017
Application Deadline: 23:59 hrs Pacific Time on 13 October 2017
Application Submission: Submit resume to NPF HR Office quoting competition # BDN-17-093. Email: BordenRecruiting@cfmws.com or online: www.cfmws.com.
We thank all applicants in advance for their interest in this position, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
High school diploma AND some bartender experience
An acceptable combination of education, training, and experience will also be considered
Must be of legal age to serve alcohol in Ontario (18)
Smart Serve Certification or equivalent, an asset
Provincial Liquor Commission Certification, an asset
Language requirement: English Essential, Bilingual an asset
French Language Proficiency (Bilingual an asset)
Level: N/A(No proficiency), 1(Basic), 2(Functional), 3(Advanced), 4(Professional)
• In serving alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks
• In cash handling
• In providing customer service