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Junior Restaurant Manager - Shift Supervisor

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Job Description: 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Achieve High Standards within the restaurant by ensuring that all employees are focused on exceeding customer expectations for Cleanliness, Hospitality, Accuracy, Maintenance, Product and Speed of Service.
  • Manage shifts and costs controls in accordance with Company Policies and Procedures including directing the activities of employees in maximising sales, operating efficiency and profitability.
  • Ensure that controls and procedures are implemented to protect the safety and security of employees, customers, property, and company funds.
  • Facilitate restaurant training programmes for all staff to company standard to enable them to maximise performance and realise their career potential.
  • Initiate action where necessary to ensure that all employees meet the standards of performance required
  • Support and act as a role model to employees, providing leadership as necessary.
  • Manage Local Store Marketing activities to grow sales.
  • Achieve consistent results through team management and leadership

 

What we need from you:

  • Minimum Grade 12
  • Prior supervisory/management experience
  • English, Afrikaans & Numeracy Proficiency
  • Computer Literate & Financial Acumen
  • Ability to work under pressure and enjoy working shifts

 

What we offer you:

  • World class management training (At our Training Centre and on the job)
  • Job security within a reputable brand with a stable and growing company  
  • Fantastic career opportunity

Fast paced, dynamic and rewarding working environment

Location: 

Mosselbaai, South Africa,

Company: 

TradeOn

Education: 

No education

Job Category: 

Food and Beverage

Working Experience: 

1 to 2 years

Contract Type: 

Full Time

Salary: 

Negotiable

Salary Frequency: 

Monthly

Job Reference #: 

2166888124

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