Head of Mixology | Rose Wood

Job Description

We are currently looking for a Head of Mixology to join our team of associates in Scarfes Bar at Rosewood London. Our Head of Mixology is appointed to lead the bar team to provide superior beverage experiences to hotel guests and create drinks and menus that both Rosewood London and Scarfes Bar are renown for.
Key expectations of this role are
  • Delivering all bar related aspects of the guest experience according to Rosewood standards and ensuring the bar team adhere to all standards. 
  • Driving cocktail menu changes to ensure fresh, innovative, and seasonally accurate cocktails are available on the menu.
  • Training bartenders and service team to ensure beverage knowledge and service levels are to standard.
  • Working closely with other outlet managers in a supportive and flexible manner, focusing on the overall success of the hotel and the satisfaction of hotel guests.
  • Assisting the outlet manager to achieve the monthly and annual personal target and the outlet’s revenue.
  • Assisting in the inventory management and ongoing maintenance of hotel operating equipment and other assets.
  • The ability to work in a team and build relationships with the others.
  • Being highly organised and proactive in managing your tasks.
  • Having a passion for guest service and the art of cocktails crafting. 
  • Being an expert at the understanding of Mixology and bartending in a high volume, upscale environment. 
All our associates have the opportunity to live by our guiding philosophy which captures the essence of our culture RELATIONSHIP HOSPITALITY. Heartfelt interactions are our lifeblood. A desire to build genuine, rewarding and lasting relationships with everyone we meet comes naturally to us – it’s our Calling.
  • 28 days paid holidays per annum including Bank Holidays
  • Company pension scheme 
  • 12 complimentary room nights and F&B discount worldwide
  • Career development opportunities
  • Free meals on duty
  • Season ticket loan
About Scarfes Bar

Drawing room conviviality, gentleman’s club sophistication and a creative cocktail menu give true meaning to the phrase ‘get scarfed’ at Gerald’s eponymous bar in London, replete with a roaring fire and shelves filled with over 1,000 antique books.