The headwaiters tasks is to make sure the serving and table setting is done correctly as well as the cleaning afterwards. During an event there is a lot of things happening and the headwaiters should be very tolerant to stress. The headwaiters are leading a big group of servants and should have good leadership skills. As thanks for their good work the headwaiters will attend every event the next year for free.
As pub manager is responsible for the selling of alkohol during events for the guild. They are responsible for a good range of drinks and make sure that everything follows the law and the bartenders is doing their job. They are responsible for the setup and cleaning of the bar area and to help the rest of the cleaning. The nollning is the most hard time with a lot of events.
The work also include managing a lot of money while selling. It can also be stressful at times, so it is important to keep calm and support the bartenders.
As thanks for their good work they will get to attend the next years events for free.
As a cook you help to prepare the food for the events, as well as make the dishes and clean afterwards. It usually takes a lot of time because the work usually starts early afternoon and ends late in the night. There can also happen that there needs to be preparations even the day before. The most intense priod is during the introduction month, where there are a lot of events during a short amount of time.
As bartender you will help in the bar and sell alkohol on events, as well as getting things ready before and clean afterwards. The work usually starts around early afternoon and usually ends late in the night. The most intensive period is during the introduction months, because there are a lot of events during a short amount of time.
As server you help to set up the tables and the dekorations and settings. When the guests arrive they are attending the entrance and make sure the guests are happy. Then you serve the food and drinks. Afterwards you help with the cleaning. The work starts somewhere during the early afternoon and ends late at night. The most intense period is the nollning.
Aside from the work for The Board the head of festivities dutys include planning and preparing events for the guild members. You are also a part of The Council of Executives where you coorperate with the other comitées. As head of festivities you will work closely with the other masters as well as a lot of adminstation work and responsibility for the events.
The work load varies greatly during the year. Espacially during the nollning there is a lot of events and the work increases. At times the work can be stressful so planning is really important.
DJ[F] is responsible for the amazing end of the nigt and of the DJ-stuff that the guild ownes. The time that requests is depending on the amount of events you work on. The DJ will have to assist with knowledge of the technical stuff. As thanks you will get to attend the events you work on for free.
Before an event the chefs prepare the menu and test, shop and prepare as much as possible before. On the day of an event the chefs usually starts quite early because the food takes some time to prepare. Together with the rest of the masters they make sure that the food is ready in time and served to the guests. They are also responsible for food for the people working at the event. When the event is over the chefs are responsible for the cleaning of the kitchen.
As thanks for their work they can attend all events during the next year for free.
The Toastmasters are responsible for the singing and performances during an event and making sure everyone is having a good time. Aside from the time spet on the evet there will also be some preparations as setup of speakers and mikrophones. It's important to keep good contact with the head of festivities and the headwaiters to coordinate the event. They are also responsible for the book of songs and makes sure they are updated and always brought back to Alumnirummet.
The Vice Head of Festivities assists the Head of Festivities in their work, and is primarily responsible for making sure everyone working at the event are having fun and feeling well. The Vice Head of Festivities is also responsible for internal information.
Like the Head of Festivities, the Vice Head of Festivities should have good knowledge of alcohol-related regulations and laws, and also be at least 20 years of age.