Let's be real, most jobs are boring and leave you feeling out the loop. Imagine meeting top celebrities, leaving the club with money in your pocket, and all your friends calling you to see what's hot in the city. When you work with The Incrowd, you become the plug and get paid to do it.
Networking Opportunities: You can build a diverse network of contacts in the entertainment and hospitality industry. There's no better place to meet influencers and connect with the people making things happen in the city
Exciting Atmosphere: We have help grow multiple #1 top rated clubs in the city. So you know you're working in the most exciting environments. The dynamic and vibrant atmosphere of nightlife can be exhilarating and enjoyable and you'll be part of it.
Get Insider Access to The Entertainment Industry: Gain exclusive access to celebrity events, performances, and vip clubs as a perk of being in the industry. Instead of watching on social media, you'll be the one people are watching.
Develop Your Personal Brand: The nightlife industry can help you develop skills like content creation, soical media marketing, multitasking, time management, and adaptability. Not to mention, people seeing your face and knowing your name.
The Incrowd exist to provide high quality entertainment. We recruited veterans to make sure you have the best experience. Everyone on our team is experienced in the Bar and Nightlife industry ensuring you're in good hands when you decide to book with us.
To work in this industry, you'll need to be trained in responsible alcohol service, which includes verifying IDs to ensure customers are of legal drinking age and refraining from serving alcohol to intoxicated individuals.
Our application process typically takes 2-3 weeks.
You must be at least 21 years old, as all of our clubs have a minimum age requirement of 21+ for entry. This job involves inviting people to our events, and they must also be 21+.
We hire staff based on several criteria, including looks, style, fitness, social media following, social media content, and social media engagement.
You may need to obtain a TABC (Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission) certification to serve alcohol. Some positions, such as security or bouncers, may require additional training and licensing.
Common positions include promoters, bottle girls, DJs, and promotional models.
Tip-sharing policies vary, but it's common for tips to be pooled and distributed among bartenders, servers, and other staff based on a predetermined system.
Working hours can vary widely depending on the role and establishment. Many bars and nightclubs have late-night hours, often closing well past midnight.
Texas has a minimum wage, but many employees in the service industry, including bars, may earn a lower base wage with the expectation that tips will make up the difference. The exact minimum wage and tip credit policies may change over time.
Yes, there can be opportunities for career advancement, such as moving up to a managerial position or even opening your own establishment.
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