Position Title:F&B Manager
Reports To:GM/F&B Director
Department:Food & Beverage
Responsible for overseeing the efficient running and profitability of the restaurant and managing employees. Lead staff as well as work as a part of the team. Be responsible for overseeing restaurant operations which will include hiring, motivating and counseling staff, purchasing food and beverage, supplies and equipment, and dealing with suppliers and vendors.
Oversee employee training.
Oversee kitchen staff, servers, cashiers, and bartenders.
Ensures staff productivity and morale.
Responsible for opening and closing of restaurant.
Fill in employee roles such as cashiering, prepping, preparing food orders, dishwashing, and cleanup.
Count cash drawers and prepare deposits.
Manage the stocking of the restaurant, set up service lines, reconcile cash, and par levels daily.
Walk through the unit daily to check on staff’s productivity and morale as well as guest satisfaction.
Review daily prep lists and setup.
Handle customer concerns/problems.
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities: Excellent customer service skills, food service experience, interpersonal communication skills, cash handling skills, and supervision of deposits. Pizzaria knowledge and experience a plus.
Alertness, ingenuity, creativity, concentration, judgment, reasoning, initiative, aesthetic sense, and patience are all necessary mental abilities. Speaking and writing ability as well as visual, auditory, tactile and olfactory, and tasting discrimination necessary.
Education or Formal Training: High School diploma or GED.
Experience: Food service, cash handling, and customer service experience required. At least 5 years restaurant management experience required.
Material and Equipment Directly Used:
Commercial kitchen equipment and cleaning agents.
Working Environment/Physical Activities:
Indoor restaurant environment. 75% of the work day is spent walking. 100% of the work day is spent standing.
Frequently climbing, balancing, stooping, reaching, and handling objects. Some outdoor work is required depending on the weather. Heavy lifting, pushing or pulling of objects up to 300 pounds occasionally. Frequently lifting and carrying objects up to 65 pounds.
Potential hazards include electrical, mechanical, radiant energy, burns, and toxic, caustic chemicals. Constant exposure to odors and fumes. Noise levels can reach up to 85 decibels. This is a non-skiing position.