How to write a job ad

Job ad, tips, write ad

Written by ThomLast update 1 year ago

When writing a job ad, you have to think about how to set up the structure.

We have created an example, that hopefully will give you some inspiration. 😊

About this job

This is where you tell job seekers about the job, what's required, and what you expect from them. Try to create a couple of sections and use lists to make it easy to read.

We are looking for a creative and structured bartender to join our team. You will report directly to our bar manager, Stian.

Key duties and responsibilities

- You treat every guest with a smile and take well care of our regulars.

- You know the menu. both food and drinks. Be able to make recommendations.

- You up-sell and maximize sales whenever possible.

- You keep a neat and clean workstation.

- Handling of POS

- Always looking for ways to make our menu better


- Previous experience with craft cocktails

- Experience with high volume / fast-paced environment.

- You speak English and one Scandinavian language

- Excellent communication skills

Wage range

Starting salary is from 210 to 245 kr an hour, based on previous experience

About us and what we offer

Now that you have sold them the role, you have to sell them you. Why should they choose to have you as an employer? What do you offer that no one else can?


We at Cocktail bar offer our guests a unique experience with a focus on using in-season local produce. We consider our colleagues our best friends and make sure to do social activities outside of work and continuously work together to make our menu better. You will be a part of our chain with great opportunities to grow your career in the hospitality business and try different roles.


- Competitive salary

- Meals on duty

- Uniform provided

- Group-wide discounts

- Opportunity to learn and help expand our menu

- Staff appreciation initiatives

Feel free to contact us with any questions using the contact form.
We're excited to get to know you!

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