Dinner Train Bartender (Bardstown, KY)


Date Posted:
Dinner Train Depot
602 North 3rd Street
HR Company:
RJ Corman Railroad Co/Bardstown Line



R. J. Corman is seeking Bartenders for the My Old Kentucky Dinner Train in Bardstown, KY.

Accountability:  Maintain the bar at MOKDT and serve our guests with the highest priority. 


  • Practice & preach “Safety is our priority”. 

  • Make customer satisfaction the highest priority. 

  • Follow local, state, and federal alcohol laws. 

  • Ensure the bar point-of-sale system is operational and all items are entered correctly; safeguard cash. 

  • Responsible for ensuring accurate inventory and utilizing POS system to provide accurate inventory, costing, and margin management. 

  • Develop new and innovative drinks, bar packages, and sales strategies. 

  • Keep all bar areas (depot and kitchen car) stocked and cleaned at all times. 

  • Help safeguard alcohol by properly storing inventory (locking cabinets, refrigerators, etc.) 

  • Reconcile bar cash at the end of shift following proper cash policies. 

  • Cleaning area at the end of a run (cleaning counter space, cleaning and maintaining equipment, wiping down and covering bottles, clean floor, change trash, polish glassware, clean out sinks, etc.). 

  • Help count and put away alcohol deliveries. 

  • Help in the food expediting process while lunch and dinner are served.  

  • Help Dishwasher with cleaning duties when time permits. 

  • Work with Nicholasville on special events such as Derby, complimentary runs, valued customer passengers, etc.  

  • Perform other duties as assigned.  

Minimum Requirements


Specialized or Technical Knowledge, or Education and Experience: 

  • High school graduate or equivalent.  

  • Must be able to read, write, and follow written and oral instruction. 

  • Minimum one years’ experience as a bartender (knowledge of drink recipes, practices, etc) 

  • Clover POS system. 

Physical Requirements: 

  • Bending at the waist; reaching overhead, above the shoulders and horizontally; hearing and speaking to exchange information; seeing to read a variety of materials; dexterity of hands and fingers to operate equipment and utensils. Ability to correctly lift and transport objects weighing up to 50 lbs.  The ability to work on a moving train. 

Environmental Conditions: 

  • Ability to work a minimum of 8 hours with appropriate mobility and endurance. Ability to work flexible time periods as required of a Bartender in a diverse environment.  The ability to work on a moving train. 

Major or Unusual Problems: 

  • Requires the ability to maintain total confidentiality of guest personal and payment information. 

  • Must be trusted to handle large sums of cash.  

Job Dimensions: 

Performs with substantial degree of independence under general supervision.