Restaurant manager job description sample
This restaurant manager sample job description can be used to create an application that will attract the most qualified candidates and convert them into applicants. For the best results, maintain the structure and organization of this template while adding specific duties and requirements of your position. You can also peruse our restaurant manager job listings for more ideas about crafting the best job posting.
[Intro Paragraph] Begin your job listing with 2 or 3 sentences to introduce the job seeker to your company and your unique working environment, which can truly set you apart from competing ads. The idea is to communicate what your business brings to the table and the opportunities you can provide new restaurant managers.
Restaurant Manager Job Responsibilities:
- Pleases customers by providing a pleasant dining experience.
- Accomplishes restaurant human resource objectives by recruiting, selecting, orienting, training, assigning, scheduling, coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, appraising, and reviewing job contributions; planning and reviewing compensation actions; and enforcing policies and procedures.
- Achieves restaurant operational objectives by contributing information and recommendations to strategic plans and reviews; preparing and completing action plans; implementing production, productivity, quality, and customer-service standards; resolving problems; completing audits; identifying trends; determining system improvements; and implementing change.
- Meets restaurant financial objectives by forecasting requirements, preparing an annual budget, scheduling expenditures, analyzing variances, and initiating corrective actions.
- Plans menus by consulting with chefs, estimating food costs and profits, and adjusting menus.
- Controls costs by reviewing portion control and quantities of preparation; minimizing waste; and ensuring high quality of preparation.
- Avoids legal challenges by conforming to the regulations of the alcoholic beverage commission.
- Maximizes bar profitability by ensuring portion control and monitoring accuracy of charges.
- Publicizes the restaurant by designing and placing advertisements; inviting food editors to review the restaurant; contacting local, regional, and national magazines with feature ideas; and encouraging local businesses to hold social events at the restaurant.
- Maintains a safe, secure, and healthy environment by establishing, following, and enforcing sanitation standards and procedures; complying with legal regulations; securing revenues; developing and implementing disaster plans; maintaining security and sprinkler systems; and maintaining parking lot and walkways.
- Maintains ambiance by controlling lighting, background music, linen service, glassware, dinnerware, and utensil quality and placement; and monitoring food presentation and service.
- Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities, reading professional publications, maintaining personal networks, and participating in professional organizations.
- Enhances department and organization reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; and exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.
[Work Hours & Benefits] This is a great spot to include your restaurant’s working hours and benefits. You can tell applicants about weekly or monthly events, or travel to any other locations. You can also sell applicants on the benefits — like tuition, commuter, or childcare reimbursement — that set your business apart.
Restaurant Manager Qualifications/Skills:
- Customer service
- People management, fostering teamwork, and giving feedback
- Developing budgets
- High energy Level
- Resolving conflict
- Verbal communication
Education, Experience, and Licensing Requirements:
- 5+ years of hospitality-related experience
- 3+ years of restaurant manager or leadership experience
- Current food handler’s card and other certification as required by federal/state/local law
- Familiar with point-of-sale computers and software
- Comfortable using a computer, navigating Windows, Microsoft Office, and Outlook Email
- High school diploma or GED
[Call to Action] Now is the time to convert an interested party into a job applicant. The best performing job postings include a well-crafted call to action, where you advise prospective managers exactly how to apply. For instance, they might email their resume to someone at your company or “click the apply button” at the top of the job listing.
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