General Store Manager
It's the dream job you never have to wake up from. You'll whistle while you work, gaining a sense of accomplishment along the way. You'll interact with fantastic people, earn great pay, sport a cool uniform.
As a restaurant General Manager, you are indeed a general-leading your troops in a never-ending campaign to give America an infinitely more delicious food service experience. You will be involved in training and supporting restaurant employees, ensuring that food is delivered in a clean, safe and efficient manner and our customers have an excellent experience.
Essential General Manager restaurant job duties are listed below:
- Manages, trains, monitors and coaches Crew/ Team members
- Directs and assigns restaurant employees as needed to ensure all aspects of food service meet operational standards
- Adheres to and monitors employee compliance of the employee handbook, policies and practices
- Performs restaurant opening and/or closing duties
- Prepares employee work schedules; monitors and makes appropriate adjustments to restaurant staffing levels
- Monitors and maintains restaurant inventory levels. Places orders for food, paper and other supplies within cost control procedures
- Completes and maintains all restaurant employment related records and payroll records
- Reinforces a customer service mentality and ensures all employees are focused on serving the customer at all times.
- Immediately and respectfully resolves guest requests. Reports guest complaints to immediate supervisor and assists in resolving such complaints
- Interview and hire restaurant crew and management team members to achieve proper staffing levels
- Prepare all necessary operational reports. Develop appropriate action plans to resolve unfavorable financial and/or sales trends
- Develop and implement a marketing plan
Additional General Manager Requirements:
- High school diploma or equivalent required. Advanced studies in business, restaurant management or related fields are preferred
- Minimum of two (4) years of restaurant management experience (QSR preferred), experience running shifts without supervision
- Required to work a minimum 6 day workweek with 4 closing shifts, including irregular hours, nights, weekends and some holidays
- Knowledge of recruiting, interviewing and selection practices
- Knowledge of federal and state labor laws as well as local health and sanitation laws and regulations
- Leadership and supervisory practices and skills; effective verbal and written communication skills
- Basic accounting and computer skills
- Ability to follow directions and work with autonomy once given directions; ability to multi-task and successfully solve problems
- Problem solving, decision-making and conflict-resolution skills
- Willingness to abide by the appearance, uniform and hygiene standards.
Sun, 9 Jul 2017 14:36:57 PDT