The primary role of a Food Service Manager is to provide quality food and beverage products for our guests as well as maintain proper rotation, inventory, and cleanliness within the food and beverage areas. The Food Service Manager will also be responsible to achieve sales, unit, and profit goals for the food and beverage categories.
Essential Job Functions (RESPONSIBLE TO)
Prepare food and dispensed beverage products for daily service prior to rush periods as outlined on store PAR.
Follow approved product sampling procedures to sample products as directed.
Ensure food safety and sanitation compliance at all times
Expertly manages food operation including shrink, gross profit, quality, and supplies by maintaining excellent food standards
Accurately counts, stocks, orders inventory, and provides data to support store profitability; proactively identifying ways to grow the business; very organized and able to follow established processes and standards.
Operate various pieces of foodservice and beverage equipment.
Maintain clean and appealing workspace and service areas, empty trash receptacles as needed.
Inspect and maintain equipment to cleanliness and operations standards.
Implement and train program rollouts, product changes and product quality specifications (food service standards).
Perform additional duties as assigned.
Food Handler Certifications – as required per state, city or township Preferred Qualifications
High school diploma or equivalent G.E.D.
Prior work experience in a food service environment with supervisory duties.
Ability to read and understand reports, records, and other business documents.
Working knowledge of product costs and profits to ensure maximum profitability.
Able to use product waste logs or similar company designed programs to establish and manage proper par levels.
Proven ability to manage product inventory (rotation, ordering, and on hand)
Ability to set priorities, organize work and exercise sound judgment.
Ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment with frequent interruptions.
Food Handler Certification
Excellent guest service skills.
Basic food and beverage heating/cooling/preparation kitchen equipment & tools
Must be available for early morning and late afternoon shifts.
Legally authorized to work in the United States
18 years or older
At least high school diploma or equivalent or higher