Job description: About the Role; An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our team in Oxford Train station and Oxford Cornmarket working on a full-time / part- time basis. You will deliver outs
A barista will be passionate about coffee with prior knowledge or be willing to learn on the job. By providing friendly, effective services in a safe, hygienic ambiance, they will provide customers with a pleasant experience. If a candidate is just starting out, they can easily learn how to be a barista. With some time and experience, they can grow professionally by increasing their skill set and coffee expertise. The entry level salary can start from £8 per hour and go up to £12 per hour.
The difference between a barista and a bartender is mainly in the type of drinks that they serve. The latter is also responsible for maintaining cleanliness of the bar, related utensils, serving finger food, processing orders/payments and being able to concoct delicious drinks. A bartender’s salary will range from £9-£12 per hour. With some bartending courses, they can definitely expand their scope of work and earn at the higher end of the spectrum.
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