Kitchen Manager

Company Name:
Patrice and Associates Franchising Inc
Restaurant Assistant Kitchen Manager
Dynamic High Volume National Scratch Kitchen Concept
Growing concept
Diverse menu, challenging but fun concept and lots of growth opportunities
Benefits:

Competitive Salaries
Work Life Balance
401K Program
Benefits - Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance (that start the first of the month following your hire date)
5 day work week averaging 55 hour work week
2 weeks vacation after first year, 3 weeks after five years of service
About the opportunity:

You must be willing to have fun and believe in the "Yes, We Can" management style. Our restaurants are fast paced, fun and exciting. With our scratch cooking philosophy you will have the PRIDE in being on the team of the best casual theme restaurant in the industry. It is important you have at least three years experience as a Restaurant Manager in a full-service, high volume like concept. You must have the tenacity and passion to WOW your employees and your guests. If this is what you stand for then we want to hear from you.


Typical Responsibilities:
Ensure that have a great dining experience through the timely & accurate preparation of foods
Ensure company policies and procedures are met
Cross-train employees for coverage in each department
Inventory / Ordering / Receiving
Maintenance of the restaurant
Work as a team with other managers to build sales
Coach and use corrective action where necessary


Qualifications:
Good tenure at previous
jobs
At least 2 years of current salaried management experience in high volume full service restaurant (BOH)
Experience in training and coaching
Exposure to financial reporting
High Energy
Passionate about the restaurant Industry
Motivator of people
No more than 3-4 jobs in 10 years


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