Food and Beverage Attendants

We’re always on the lookout for new food and beverage talent for our venues, with a number of
roles to send an Expression of Interest. If you’d like to know more about these roles or enquire
about a role you don’t see, contact our HR Department hr@burlighpavilion.com

Wait Staff

Restaurant waitstaff play a vital role in the food service industry through excellent customer service and ensuring an enjoyable dining experience for guests. You will play a key role in the guest’s experience from greeting, taking their orders, providing customer service and processing payments, as well as collaboration with the kitchen and bar staff, and excellent knowledge of the menu and specials. Good teamwork is essential for this role, and previous experience is strongly preferred.


Our Bartenders are responsible for creating and serving a variety of beverages to customers,
providing exceptional customer service, and maintaining a clean and organised bar area. You will
interact with guests, take orders, prepare and serve drinks, and ensure a positive and enjoyable
experience for all guests.

Food Runner

As a Food Runner, your primary responsibility is to deliver food orders from the kitchen to the
appropriate tables in a timely and efficient manner. You will work closely with the kitchen staff, servers,
and management to ensure smooth and coordinated service. Your attention to detail and ability to
work in a fast-paced environment will contribute to creating a positive dining experience for


As a barista, you’ll have a solid understanding of the various types of coffee and its preparation to create and serve our customers. Essential to this role is an ability to work in a fast-paced environment, excellent customer service, teamwork, coffee creation, cash handling, and cleaning and maintenance.

Glass Collector

A Glass Collector or Barback plays a crucial role in supporting the bar operations by assisting
bartenders and maintaining cleanliness and organisation in the bar area. The primary responsibilities
of a Glass Collector include collecting and washing glassware and dishes, restocking supplies, and
providing support to ensure efficient and smooth bar service.

Cellar Hand

The Cellar supports the maintenance of beverage stock, and the day-to-day operations and needs of
the venues and departments. Key responsibilities include changing kegs, receiving beverage and dry
goods orders, stock rotation and maintenance of the fridges and cool rooms.