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Restaurant Kitchen Manager - Immediate Interviews - Pittsburgh, PA
Restaurant Kitchen Manager NEEDED *ALL LEVELS
If you are a Restaurant Kitchen Manager who is fast-moving and diverse with a great combination for people with business sense and boundless energy. Then this casual theme concept is for you. As a Restaurant Kitchen Manager you will need to provide more than business-savvy and administrative skills. You will need to be a leader, a peace-keeper, a public relations experts and a quality control specialist, who keep the restaurant profitable and running smoothly.
As a Restaurant Kitchen Manager your job will include the following duties and responsibilities:
Managing customer relations
Dealing with staffing issues, including work schedules
Motivating, managing and training employees
Creating and maintaining a budget
Filling in for the wait staff or kitchen staff when the restaurant is short-handed
Keeping the restaurant in compliance with health codes, etc.
The Essential Skills We Are Looking For
Social Intelligence- Working with employees and customers has the potential to be one of the most rewarding—and challenging—parts of your daily life. Whether you're delegating work to employees, appeasing difficult customers or representing your restaurant to the public, you'll need to be able to communicate well with others to accomplish your goals.
Organizational Skills- A restaurant has a lot of moving parts. Coordinating everything so that it runs like a well-oiled machine will take attention to detail and a commitment to organization.
Decision-Making Ability- You’ll need to make a lot of decisions. Because the restaurant industry is so fast-paced, you'll need to be able to think on your feet and make quick, practical decisions. You'll also need to think strategically and make long-term business decisions based on data analysis and market knowledge.
Business Sense- You'll need to perform the everyday administrative tasks to keep the business running in the midst of all your other duties. Any business experience and training you have will help you succeed.
Two Years plus Restaurant Management Experience with a Stable work history.
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