General Manager

Sugar Land, Texas

Post Date: 05/12/2017 Job ID: 14374 Function: Other Area(s) Pay Rate: $50,000 - $60,000

Exciting opportunity for a General Manager at an intimate dessert and craft cocktail eatery in Sugar Land! This position will plan and direct all restaurant operations. Maintain high standards of food, service, health and safety, ensure the efficient and profitable business performance of the restaurant and the optimal utilization of staff and resources.

Salary: $50, 000 - $60, 000 (DOE) + bonus

Location: Sugar Land, TX

Responsibilities
  • Set operating goals and objectives
  • Assess staffing requirements and recruit staff when needed
  • Train and coach staff
  • Prepare and implement standard operating procedures
  • Manage staff performance in accordance with established standards and procedures
  • Maintain employee records
  • Monitor adherence to health, safety and hygiene standards in kitchen and restaurant
  • Ensure alcohol regulations are adhered to
  • Ensure adherence to set recipes
  • Ensure quality of food and beverage presentation
  • Observe size of food portions and preparation quantities to minimize waste
  • Plan and co-ordinate menus with home office
  • Analyze food and beverage costs and assign menu prices
  • Total restaurant receipts and reconcile with sales
  • Ensure cash management procedures are completed accurately
  • Set and monitor budgets and analyze budget variances and take corrective actions
  • Establish and implement financial controls
  • Implement and oversee cost cutting measures
  • Plan and monitor restaurant sales and revenue
  • Organize and supervise marketing and promotional activities
  • Identify and estimate food and beverage supply requirements and place orders with suppliers
  • Negotiate purchase prices and develop preferred suppliers
  • Identify and evaluate competitors
  • Keep current with trends in the restaurant industry

Requirements:
  • Previous experience in food and beverage management
  • In-depth working knowledge of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
  • In-depth working knowledge of food preparation and presentation
  • Experience in staff management and development
  • Knowledge of basic accounting principles and practices
  • Experience in analyzing financial data
  • Knowledge of planning and forecasting
  • Track record of managing inventory and cost control
  • Knowledge of administrative procedures
  • Able to use relevant computer applications

Due to the high volume of applications we typically receive, we regret that we are not able to personally respond to all applications. However, if you are invited to take the next step in the process, you will typically be contacted within two weeks of submitting your application.

Lindsey Rodriguez


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