About The Position
Wigle Whiskey is hell bent on creating a vital, educated community around the highest quality, most inventive, bursting-with-terroir fermented and distilled products in the world. We make high quality spirits from the best local ingredients, treat one another as family and customers as friends. We invest in our communities to support the agricultural, social and economic systems of which we are apart.
As we prepare for a busy and festive holiday season, we are looking for individuals who have an unreasonable love of Wigle, craft spirits, and Pittsburgh to join our team of servers at the Wigle Distillery. Please know that this position is seasonal. While the start date is negotiable, the end date is set as January 8, 2022. Continuing beyond the defined season is contingent on Company needs and the performance of the employee. This is a part time role from 15-30 hours a week.
The expanded tasting room and restaurant at Wigle Whiskey celebrate craft spirits and local whiskey history. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, welcoming and seating guests, bartending, taking orders, delivering food and drinks, clearing tables, and taking payments while informing and educating customers on our menu and products, all in a timely manner. Physical duties include, but are not limited to, consistent movement throughout the restaurant and moving boxes of product and supplies.
The Wigle Whiskey kitchen aims to produce the highest quality local American fair with an emphasis on technique and execution. Much like our spirits, we will draw influence from the diversity of the region and take advantage of the wonderful produce and livestock that South-Western Pennsylvania has to offer.
The safety of our employees and customers are of the highest priority. We have set in place extensive health and safety standards that all employees must uphold.
Please note that as a manufacturer of spirits we are unable to hire an individual who will simultaneously work for another licensee.
Wigle Whiskey and Threadbare Cider & Mead are proud to be equal opportunity workplaces. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status.
- Service and bartending experience preferred
- Demonstrated communication skills
- Demonstrated passion for craft spirits and/or local history
- Weekend availability
- Has exceptional customer service skills.
- Basic knowledge of dining room and service procedures and functions.
- Basic math skills and the ability to handle money and operate a point-of-sale system.
- Can work in a standing position for long periods of time (up to 9 hours).
- Can safely lift and easily maneuver boxes weighing up to 25 pounds.