Bouncer Job Description

Bouncer Job Description

September 27th, 2019

Bouncers help govern admission into establishments based on features such as legal capacity and style of dress. These mostly age-restricted facilities typically host entertainment of some assortment.

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We are searching for a consistently fair Bouncer to regulate patrons' access to our bustling establishment. The Bouncer will be required to review prospective clients' identification documents, deduce their legal capacity, and direct suitable visitors to our offerings. You should also preserve orderliness within the crowd.

To ensure success as a Bouncer, you must promote patrons' safety while remaining unobtrusive. Ultimately, a fantastic Bouncer will conserve the reputability of our space.

Bouncer Responsibilities:

  • Inspecting clients' identification to discern their legal capacity.
  • Reviewing mental fitness and outward appearances to gauge prospective clients' eligibility.
  • Receiving event-related tickets or cash payments prior to prospective clients' entry.
  • Furnishing clients with wrist stamps, bands, or ticket stubs to denote their rightful admission.
  • Steering clients to accessible amenities.
  • Maintaining orderliness and etiquette in all applicable vicinities.
  • Escorting rowdy clients off of our premises.
  • Reporting pressing security-related matters to local authorities and your line Manager.

Bouncer Requirements:

  • High school diploma.
  • Formal civilian-related security training is favored.
  • Proven experience as a Bouncer or similar.
  • Refined crowd management and problem-solving abilities.
  • Unrivaled observational and conflict management skills.
  • Capacity to be stern, as required.
  • Excellent verbal communication abilities.
  • Physically agile with impeccable reflexes.

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