If you like dining out, you should thank a restaurant manager. From the front of the house to the back of the kitchen, restaurant managers are responsible for making sure everything and everyone is in tip-top shape. Restaurant managers must be able to think on their feet and work hard. In return, they get to enjoy one of the most exciting jobs in the food service industry.
Our popular restaurant is seeking a motivated and outgoing individual to fill the open role of the restaurant manager. The restaurant manager fills a variety of responsibilities, including overseeing the daily operations of the restaurant and making sure all of the customers are satisfied. From solving customer service issues to performing quality control on entrees, there’s nothing they don’t do. If you are dedicated to details and thrive in a fast-paced environment, this job is for you!
Typical duties include:
Manage the front of house staff to provide outstanding customer satisfaction
Resolve customer service issues and customer complaints
Monitor the performance of servers, bartenders, hostesses and kitchen staff
Collaborate with the head chef to provide exciting menu items
Train and educate staff members on new food and beverage service practices
Create schedules for full-time and part-time restaurant staff
Work alongside restaurant owners to meet revenue goals
Manage cash flow, records and credit card payments
Supervise inventory and ordering
Assure the restaurant is following all appropriate health and safety codes
Previous restaurant experience or proven knowledge of restaurant operations
High school diploma or GED
Exemplary customer service skills
Excellent verbal communication skills
Basic math and computing skills
Knowledge of current technology
Experience leading and training others
2+ years of supervisory experience
Bachelor’s degree in Business Management or Hospitality Management
Restaurant managers are typically employed full-time and earn $26.08/hour on average.
Restaurant managers are required to have a high school diploma or GED. Some employers might prefer a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management or Hospitality Services.
Restaurant managers enjoy exciting careers. Many move on to become general managers of restaurant chains or restaurant owners.
Over the next ten years, the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that restaurant manager jobs will grow by 11%, faster than the average job.