Seabourn's Assistant Sommeliers are responsible for beverage and wine service and sales in all of our dining outlets.
The Assistant Sommelier plays an integral part in assisting with the smooth operation and taking ownership of their outlet. Decisions on how to enhance the guest experience are an important responsibility on how the company achieves the goal of providing the guests with the ultimate travel experience.
Responsible for promoting and maximizing beverage sales
Provides prompt, attentive and courteous service to every guest in the assigned outlets and special events
Knowledgeable of all complimentary products (wine and spirits) being offered to our guests and ensures that all drinks are served according to Seabourn recipes, standards and measurements
Supervises the wine service in the dining outlets according to the daily schedule
Works with the Sommelier when promoting wine sales. Supports the Sommelier with the Seabourn Vintage program
Responsible for the correct and proper handling of all checks and sales transactions generated in the assigned dining outlets
Oversees beverage stocks in the bars and in lockers or pantries to ensure that they are used, stored and accounted for, following company policies and guidelines
Responsible for helping to achieve the yearly goal for the bar scores in the guest comment cards
Ensures all Hotel Operations functions are carried out in compliance with the line’s Environmental Compliance Plan (ECP)
Performs cleaning duties as assigned by supervisor, maintenance and reporting of any deficiencies in designated areas of responsibilities.
Responsible to control and manage the areas of responsibility (Colonnade galley and buffet) are pertinent to SMS 2008 USPH / CAPH/UKPH, ISO 14001, NLV Seabourn (ship specific) and International Regulations as applicable in direct communication with CDC onboard
Familiar with IPM program and attends training as directed
Minimum experience and qualification requirements for position:
High School diploma or equivalent degree
Minimum of 2 years hospitality experience
WSET Level 2 or Certified MS diploma preferred
Practical knowledge of beverage operations and service
To be knowledgeable of the USPH and other international Public Health rules
Contract length: 4 months on/2 months off
Salary: Please contact the agency in regards salary