POSITION: Boat Club Restaurant Manager
REPORTS TO: Director of Restaurants
STATUS: Full time/ Year round
POSITION RESPONSIBLITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES:
The Restaurant Manager position is responsible for supporting the Boat Club staff as directed, including MOD coverage of shifts, when needed. Key to the effective performance of this role is understanding the flow of business through the restaurant, and integrating guest wishes with the needs and requirements of the kitchen and serving staff.
The Restaurant Manager position is accountable for effective management coverage of the AM and PM restaurant operations when acting as MOD and for competent, capable and effective support of the Management team as directed.
The Restaurant Manager position role is required to function in a highly self-directed way, maintaining a strong working relationship with the others on the management team, and providing support to the service staff to ensure our guests have an exemplary dining experience.
The Restaurant Manager will assist with ongoing training and coaching of team members.
The Restaurant Manager is responsible for modeling our core values and charges; contributing to the fulfillment business objectives across the business unit; and to collaborate with other Restaurant Managers in the fulfillment of our shared mission.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES:
Two Years experience in a guest service role
Prior experience in a fast pace high volume environment restaurant
Strong functional knowledge of Open Table
Strong computer skills
Excellent verbal and written skills
Strong creative problem-solving skills
Strong analytical and critical thinking skills
Experience of using Open Table
Warm, engaging personality that projects professional confidence and calm
Strong floor presence with guests and staff and guest
High regard for guest and employee relations
SCHEDULE / HOLIDAYS/ PTO:
The Restaurant Manager is expected to normally keep a 5 day a week schedule, but adjusted as needed according to business need, and be available in the event of an emergency. A work week of 45 to 50 hours per week can be expected, however it can be more or less depending on the business needs of the Lodge. Working AM and PM shifts is required, as is working weekends and holidays.
AVERILL HOSPITALITY is an EEO employer - M/F/Vets/Disabled