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Crescent Hotels and Resorts Banquet Bartender in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


At Crescent Hotels & Resorts, we are a team of hospitality professionals that are deeply connected to & proud of the exceptional experiences we provide for our guests. More than that, we know our Associates are the shining stars of what we do!

We understand what it takes to be a part of something great. We will encourage you to bring your true self to work every day, we will celebrate you and we will cheer you on as you shine bright in your career journey. Whether it be our health & wellness programs, best in class learning and development or our travel discounts that ‘feed your inner explorer’, we work hard to create and deliver on what YOU need. We are ready for you to start your journey with us where You Belong. We Care. Shine Bright.

We are looking for our next great team member to join us on our Banquet and Events team. We are committed to providing you with:

  • Highly competitive wages

  • An exceptional benefit plan for eligible associates & your family members

  • 401K matching program for eligible associates

  • Flexible scheduling to allow you to focus on what is important to you

  • Discounts with our Crescent-managed properties in North America for you & your family members

  • Discounts at Marriott properties globally

  • Paid time off

You love helping to create magical moments during events. You connect with new people quickly and easily and can make even short interactions into moments a guest remembers when the event ends. An active, fast-paced environment is where you thrive and weekend and evening shifts work perfectly in your busy schedule.

At Crescent Hotels & Resorts we strive to create a great place to work where associates at all levels of our organization are respected for their differences, just like the guests and owners we serve. That’s why we are dedicated to creating an environment that facilitates open and honest conversations about race, equity, diversity, and inclusion. By examining our own beliefs and behaviors, we can create change through training, recruiting, and promoting diverse talent to strengthen our culture.

Some tasks in the regular day to day in this position include, but are not limited to:

  • Checking Banquet Event Orders to determine function, number of guests and type of bar and event (house, premium, cash, open, etc.)

  • Setting up banquet bar as instructed by Supervisor to include linen, service ware, and glassware.

  • Attending roll call meetings before events to learn function particulars, including guest and hotel expectations.

  • Serving the food and/or beverage in the order and to the expectation of the Supervisor to ensure consistency throughout the banquet. Promptly remove dishes as guests complete watch course and/or meal at the end of the meal or function.

  • Setting up portable bar in function area according to standard policies and procedures.

  • Making and serving drinks to guests in a friendly, courteous and timely manner following established guidelines, policies and procedures regarding beverages and safety controls are prescribed by the company, the state and the hotel.

  • Abiding by all State, Federal and Corporate requirements pertaining to serving alcoholic beverages.

  • Removing all trash and liquor glasses from tables, tablecloths, trash and liquor from function area. Returning the bar to storeroom.

  • Breakdown, cleaning the bar thoroughly; wiping the surface areas and empty water in portable bar. Returning all equipment and supplies to proper area.

  • Once the banquet is complete, resetting banquet room according to Captain's specifications to ensure the readiness of the room for the following function.


Licenses & Certifications


  • Bartending License


  • ServSafe Alcohol Awaren

Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities

The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)