Restaurant Manager - Retail Food Service Supervisor
With over 12,000 employees, Boddie-Noell is one of the country's largest privately held companies. You will not find a company that rewards or appreciates its people more. Boddie-Noell is a family of motivators and encouragers. We are committed to giving our people the tools and skills they need to succeed in their career and in life. This is a family business and family (our employees) comes first. We are looking for good people who want to build a prosperous career. What does it take? You need to like people. This is a people business.
If you have food service assistant-management experience and are looking to turn it into a solid career path with an established company, join the Boddie-Noell Enterprises team! We are looking for a Restaurant Manager to oversee operations at one of our Hardee's restaurants. You will work under the General Manager and it will be your responsibility to make sure that all shifts run smoothly and to work with our crew trainers to help them develop staff. You will serve as the “right hand” of the GM, so to speak and will cover GM duties in their absence.
Boddie-Noell Enterprises is the largest franchisee of Hardee's restaurants in the United States, with over 300 locations in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Kentucky.
As a Restaurant Manager, you will achieve sales growth and maintain company standards of excellence for your assigned shift by managing the flow of food service activity, assigning tasks, overseeing cash control and focusing on providing the highest quality food and the best customer service possible. You will also play a key role in training your crew under the direction of management.
Your Specific Duties In The Position Will Include
- Overseeing operations for your location and maintaining the highest standards in quality, service and cleanliness with a constant focus on profitability
- Interviewing and hiring adequate staff to operate the restaurant based on company standards and in compliance with state and federal regulations
- Scheduling sufficient staff to cover operations and to accommodate guest flow
- Training and developing crew under the direction of the GM
- Maintaining a cooperative and harmonious working relationship between management team and your crew
- Providing coaching, counseling and discipline as warranted
- Conducting crew and management team meetings as needed to discuss such matters as operation procedures, promotions, safety, security and training
- Handling HR issues as they arise, including disciplinary write-ups
- Conducting crew meetings prior to shift, as needed, to discuss operations procedures and promotions
- Maintaining an adequate supply of products and items necessary to maintain smooth operations
- Conducting weekly and month-end inventories
- Controlling payroll to meet company labor cost standards
- Controlling inventory to meet company GAP standards
- Supporting management team and General Manager in their operational decisions
- Maintaining reports and records based on company standards and in full compliance with state and federal regulations
- Maintaining building and equipment via proper operating, cleaning, and preventive maintenance procedures
- Assuming responsibility for cash for all shifts, including bank deposits and ensuring that all cash procedures are properly followed
- Maintaining professional appearance and demeanor at all times