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Reform Club

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Job description

The Reform Club has an exciting opportunity for a Bar Supervisor to join this
historic and iconic organisation on a full time, permanent basis.
The Role
This newly created role is responsible for ensuring members and their guests
receive the highest quality service in the Club’s bar areas. The role holder will be
responsible for the day to day running of the Morning Room Bar, newly opened in
January 2020. The Bar Supervisor will be a very visible role, and the right candidate
will be able to have a significant impact on the success of this exciting new venture.
Typical duties will include:
- Recruiting and managing staff including training and development, and rotas
and scheduling
- Opening and closing duties
- Stock management
- Organising and cleaning storage areas, including use of stock rotation policy
- Responding to member suggestions, concerns and feedback
- Cash handling and reconciliation


We are looking for an individual who is driven and passionate about all things bar
related; someone who can motivate and coach a team to a high standard while
working in a busy environment. You will be an integral link to the Restaurant & Bar
Manager guaranteeing standards are delivered consistently, ensuring the team
make a personalised connection with each and every guest. You will also need to
- A minimum of 2 years’ experience in a busy bar environment
- Cocktail mixing experience
- Strong leadership skills and proven ability to motivate a team
- Excellent interpersonal skills with proven ability to work collaboratively
- Sound commercial and financial awareness
- Highly organised and structured approach to tasks and time management
Job type
St. James's, London, United Kingdom
Management, F&B service
Starting in
As soon as possible
Duration of the contract
Pay range
Competitive salary plus up to 4 bonuses each year
Other benefits
- Competitive salary plus up to 4 bonuses each year - Employer Funded Health Cash Plan - Generous holiday allowance increasing with length of service - Pension scheme with generous employer contributions - Season Ticket loan - Meals on duty - Free uniform and laundry thereof - Occupational health service - Training and development opportunities, including manual handling

Reform Club

The Reform Club was founded in 1836, in Pall Mall, in the centre of what is often called London's Clubland. The founders commissioned a leading architect of the day, Charles Barry, to build an imposing and palatial clubhouse. It is as splendid today as when it opened in 1841. Membership was restricted to those who pledged support for the Great Reform Act of 1832, and the many MPs and Whig peers among the early members developed the Club as the political headquarters of the Liberal Party.

The Reform Club is no longer associated with any particular political party, and now serves a purely social function. And today's Reformers are men and women drawn from many backgrounds and a wide field of professional life.

The Coffee Room is the Club’s principal dining room serving breakfast lunch and dinner. There is an informal buffet service in the Strangers’ Room. Our members benefit from the opportunity to use the Club’s elegant rooms for a wide range of private and corporate events. We have an excellent reputation for our food and wine supported by an innovative kitchen and extensive wine cellar. From celebratory lunches and dinners, weddings and receptions to talks, conferences and meetings, our magnificent rooms can be hired, combined and used in many different ways, day or evening.

A wide range of social events, such as music and theatre evenings, garden parties, fine wine dinners, Christmas and summer parties, and discussion evenings are arranged for Members and guests. A number of Groups and Societies exist within the Club to pursue special interests, among them economics and current affairs, literature and history, the media, military intelligence and science and technology. Typically, distinguished speakers are invited to address these societies, with dinner served to Members and their guests either before or after and either formally or informally. These social events are organised and run on a voluntary basis by Members. The Club hosts over 100 of such events every year and they provide a lively and diverse programme of activities for our Members.

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