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Bartender Posted on Mar 14, 2018 by James Joyce Pub

  • Location Calgary, AB
  • Earnings $13.60 hourly
  • Work Hours 20 to 44 hours per week
  • Position Permanent Part Time Leading to Full Time
  • Vacancies 2 Vacancies
  • Closing Date Apr 13, 2018
Job Requirements


James Joyce Pub




No degree, certificate or diploma


Experience an asset

How to Apply

Anyone who can legally work in Canada can apply for this job. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your job application.

By Mail

114 8th Ave SW
Calgary, Alberta T2P1B3

Advertised Until

Apr 13, 2018

Important notice: This job posting has been provided by an external employer.The Government of Alberta and the Government of Canada are not responsible for the accuracy, authenticity or reliability of the content.

Interest Codes
The Bartender is part of the following larger National Occupational Classification (NOC).

Interest in computing to maintain inventories of bar stock, order supplies and record sales


Interest in serving alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to patrons; and in taking beverage orders from serving staff or directly from patrons


Interest in handling the preparation of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages for food and beverage servers; and in ensuring compliance with provincial/territorial liquor legislation and regulations; may train and supervise other bartenders and bar staff; may hire and dismiss staff

Reading Interest Codes
A Quick Guide

The interest code helps you figure out if you’d like to work in a particular occupation. 
It’s based on the Canadian Work Preference Inventory (CWPI), which measures 5 occupational interests: Directive, Innovative, Methodical, Objective and Social.

Each set of 3 interest codes is listed in order of importance.

A code in capital letters means it’s a strong fit for the occupation.

A code in all lowercase letters means the fit is weaker.

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