Great job, but questionable at times.
Pros: meeting new people.
Cons: not many hours.
I worked here for only a few months. It was great work and worked well with the people that were there, I accepted the job as a supervisor with at least 50 hours a week and full training. When accepted, the supervisor role was given to someone who had worked their for seven months --which is understandable-- so I worked mainly as a barman. The main roles were pouring drinks from taps and switching on machines and signing in people wanting to play snooker or pool, I was meant to be fully trained on a specific day which resulted in working a shift and everyone else doing it for me instead of being trained how to do it myself because it turned out to be a busy day. We eventually scheduled another day for me to be trained, but upon arrival a member of staff said that the manager was away and that I should reschedule. Though I was working as a normal barman promised 50 hours or less, I ended up working 4-6 hours a week.
A typical day was always busy if sports were on, if not it was just the regulars coming in to play pool, snooker, darts or just to drink and watch TV.
The hardest days were always when main events were on, it was fast paced and tough to keep up with what people had ordered. Most of these shifts were 12 hours long, which I only saw on my first day when my hours significantly decreased.
The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting new people, getting to know the regulars and having great conversations with people who came in for sports.