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Restaurant Assistant Manager

Company Name:
Patrice & Associates
Restaurant Assistant Manager
$30K up to $50K
Company consistently ranked at the top of J.D. Power & Associates for employee & customer satisfaction
Countless awards and recognition system-wide
45+ Locations in Maryland and Delaware
Family-friendly - no late night bar hours / no alcohol service
Strong "promote from within" system
Company Information
With their strong promote from within program, you will never have to compete with an outsider for your chance to be a General Manager. Most Assistants are promoted within two-three years! Our client feels a great deal of pride in their brand name and operation - and it shows! They have been a consistent chart-topper with JD Power & Associates, have been mentioned in the Wall Street Journal for customer loyalty, and have won countless awards! These accolades are credited to the hard working managers and crew and they are committed to giving back to their people on every level!
General Responsibilities:
Work under the direction of the General Manager in achieving sales initiatives and customer service
Operate FOH and BOH according to system-wide standards and procedures
Act at first point of contact in assisting hourly employee's questions and concerns and refer complex issues to General Manager
Coordinate catering events
Monitor sales, costs, events, parties and report concerns to General Manager
Scheduling
Other responsibilities as needed to effectively run the restaurant
Qualified Applicants should possess:
At least 4 years experience as a salaried manager in full-service casual dining
Stable work history that includes career progression
Skills in using computer programs such as Microsoft Word and Excel, working with budgets, basic P&L knowledge, and scheduling
Desire to be a part of a winning team
Loyal and dependable in nature

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