Beverage industry jobs: resume guide

Looking for a new job in the beverage industry is not an easy task. However, at, we try to make it a bit easier. To help you out, we offer a job board featuring nothing but beverage industry jobs including bartender jobs, Sommeliers, sales, etc. In addition, we would like to offer the following resume tips:

Tailor your resume and cover letter specifically for each job opening. When you send out a generic resume and cover letter, it says that you want a job, any job. You need to show the employer that you want that particular job. And, you need to show him or her why you are the perfect candidate for it. If the job requires bartending experience, put that at the top. If a marketing background is needed, highlight that. Sure, this takes a little extra work. But, it will pay off in the end.

Be brief and to the point. Employers can receive hundreds of applications for a single position. They are not going to waste their time sifting through verbose resumes and cover letters to see if you have the qualifications that they are looking for. Tell them briefly and succinctly why you deserve the job.

Always proofread your
resume and cover letter. Nothing is a bigger turn-off than an application that is full of typos and grammatical errors. Remember, this is your first contact with a prospective employer. You need to put your best foot forward. If you doubt your own proofreading skills, have a friend look things over.

And, do not forget to check frequently. New beverage industry jobs are posted everyday. are posted everyday. For distributor jobs, jobs in food and beverage, beer jobs - and much more - is the place to look.

Food and beverage, beer jobs

Are you a waitperson or bartender seeking a new position? Or, are you someone who loves beer and who would like channel that passion into a new career? For jobs in food and beverage, beer jobs, and a wide variety of other alcohol industry positions, is your job connection.