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Restaurant Manager

Salary: $45,000 - $55,000 based on experience
Restaurant Manager needed in San Bernardino!
Since we burst onto the scene a few years ago, we have turned everyone's taste buds upside down. Our menu has something for everyone, from the classics to exciting new creations. We also feature an impressive selection of beers and other beverages to compliment your meal. What's even better than our food? Our growth! We're starting to expand across the region and hope to be the first thing to come to peoples' minds when they decide where to eat out.
Restaurant Manager Job Description:
The Restaurant Manager is the "right hand" to the General Manager and will assist & manage the restaurant's daily operations and share a responsibility for achieving customer, profit, sales and employee performance goals. As the Restaurant Manager, your team members' movements and activities are your responsibility. You will ensure your staff adheres to all safety procedures while ensuring the development and training of all team members is kept at the highest of standards. As the Restaurant Manager, you will provide coaching and support where necessary all while motivating your team to meet and exceed company expectations.
ARE YOU A RESTAURANT MANAGER READY FOR A CHANGE? APPLY TODAY! HERE'S WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR:
Minimum of 2+ years current experience as a Restaurant Manager in a high volume (over $2m per year in sales) Full Service or Upscale Casual concept
A stable work history - no more than two jobs in the previous five years
Ability to increase sales and build rapport in the community
Strong leadership, communication, and organizational skills
Hands-on with hiring, training, and developing hourly employees
Excellent work ethic and drive to succeed
Restaurant manager candidates must be proficient with financials (P&L's, inventory, food/labor cost, etc.)
If you would like to be considered for this Restaurant Manager position right away, email your resume and three professional references today!

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