Restaurant Kitchen Manager

Salary: $40,000 - $55,000 based on experience
In 20 years we have quickly become one of the most respected names in the state. We take pride in our Chef's ability to challenge our guests' taste buds and give them something different. As the tastes of our customers evolve, so does our menu! It's this dedication to our menu that has made us a favorite and fueled our expansion. We now have locations across the region and are always on the lookout for talented Restaurant Managers or Chefs that want to join our team and grow with us!
Restaurant Kitchen Manager Job Description:
The Restaurant Kitchen Manager will work alongside the management team focusing on building relationships with our guests and Team Members, increasing sales numbers, and ensuring food is properly prepared in a clean and safe environment. The person in this Restaurant Kitchen Manager position will be held accountable for their Team Member's overall performance in the kitchen. This Restaurant Kitchen Manager will be in charge of training their team in Health Department regulations and educating them in company policies regarding cleanliness and sanitation. Our Restaurant Kitchen Manager must be a "take-charge" individual that can effectively resolve any issue with Team Members and kitchen equipment to ensure all are performing up to company standards.
Minimum of 3+ years current experience as a Restaurant Kitchen/BOH Manager in a Full Service or Upscale Casual concept
High volume background; must have KM experience in restaurants doing over $3 million in sales per year
Excellent leadership, communication, and organizational skills
Outstanding work ethic and drive to succeed
Hands-on with hiring, training, and developing hourly employees
Ability to maintain high levels of food quality, consistency, and hygiene
Restaurant Kitchen Manager candidates must be proficient with financials (P&L's, inventory, food/labor cost, etc.)
If you would like to be considered for this Restaurant Kitchen Manager position right away, email your resume and three professional references today!

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