This expanding Gastro Pub group require an experienced Deputy General Manager with personality and charm to manage and support several of their stunning sites in the South of England.
My client is a well-established gastro pub group with a key focus on quality, fresh food and outstanding cask ales, delivered with excellent customer service and enthusiasm.
- The Role: Roving Deputy General Manager
- The Salary: Up to £35,000 + Expenses
- The Location: Home Counties
- My client requires an experienced and charismatic Deputy General Manager who wants to really make their mark.
- You will not only be overseeing every aspect of the day to day running of a busy, vibrant Gastro Pub, but will also have a fundamental role in dealing with suppliers and contracts, along with establishing cost effective, customer focused menus.
- You will also ensure a good choice of wines and ales are available and chosen with care and knowledge constantly.
- Management experience at a senior level within a Gastro Pub restaurant environment is essential.
- A strong knowledge of good food, cask ales and wines from all over the world is also a key aspect of the role.
- The ability to multi task is crucial as is thinking outside the box to ensure quality food and drink is served with a high level of customer service, with an eye for detail at all times.
- You need to be a skilled business manager with full knowledge of all financial and administrative aspects of the operation, but your biggest attribute will be the ability to lead from the front and motivate and train your team to the required standards, whilst maintaining a great fun atmosphere in the workplace.
- A competitive salary package plus tips.
- Work/life balance - 48 hour contract.
- Personal and career development opportunities.
- 33% discount and employee benefit scheme.
- Sharesave and pension scheme.
- Free food on shift.
- Long service awards.
- Child care vouchers.
- Flexibility to move between pubs.
- Most of all, a quality based environment that's fun, engaging, rewarding and with plenty of support to help you along the way.
Unfortunately, due to the large volume of applications we receive, we can only respond to applicants with relevant work experience.
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