‘Tap’ into your inner party demon and apply. via Threes Brewing FB

Do people tell you that you throw great parties? Are you known as the resident expert on well-paced drinking? Do you love Gowanus (despite the bunny thing)?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you might just be the prime candidate for a Private Events Manager position opening up at Threes Brewing in Gowanus! That’s right, readers: you can turn your party-savvy and your fondness for beer into a whole career.

Here’s the skinny:

The Private Events Manager is the key liaison between our guests and our staff for all large groups and private parties. The job is to effectively book and confirm private parties and all other reservations, ensuring that our guests receive an experience that maps to our internal parameters, while offering support to the service team.

You’d be running the party ship, which also means you’d get all the credit for pulling off events without a hitch. Picture it: folks will know you as the Wolf of Douglass Street. They’ll forever be in your debt for their highly-trafficked party hashtags. Wedding toasts of the Brooklyn elite will thank you for curating those drunken introductions that first brought couples together.

All fantasies aside, here’s what you need to apply: warm & friendly vibes, the ability to remain calm under pressure, effective oral and written communication skills, excellent customer service and problem-solving, and meticulous organization.

Think you’re a match? Apply now.

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