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Front of House Manager
Dock Street Brewery
2118 Washington Avenue, Philadelphia, PA
Dock Street Brewery hiring Front of House Manager in Philadelphia, PA

Dock Street Brewery hiring Front of House Manager in Philadelphia, PA

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Full Time • Salary (Based on Experience)
Expired: Aug 11, 2019

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3 years

Job Details

Dock Street Brewing Co is a leading pioneer in the American Microbrewery Revolution. Founded in 1985, Dock Street was the first craft beer in Philadelphia and PA. Dock Street maintains an upscale image and a high consumer and industry wide recognition, along with a reputation for exceptional quality and innovation The company is growing and we are seeking a Head Manager for our Dock Street Brewery & Cannery location in West Philadelphia.

This role will be expected to command the performance of the restaurant, cannery and brewery in line with Dock Street’s plans and objectives, including financial performance, operations, guest satisfaction, event coordination, health code compliance and staff development. Organization, problem solving, leadership and follow through are a must.

The responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

Oversee Brewpub/ Cannery - Work with Brewery, Upper Management and Head Chef to oversee operations in accordance with company standards

Keep an eye on and prevent loss and theft from company. Responsible for collection of all guest sales transactions. Refer to Profit and Loss reviews

Hire, train and schedule FOH staff

Work with Head Chef to hire and develop kitchen staff

Maintain employee write-ups, discretions, exit paperwork and general info for employee files

Schedule and facilitate SafeServ and RAMP certifications when needed

Execution of cleaning and maintenance schedules

Equipment, Pest and POS Maintenance

Work with brewery and management on special events and execution, with an eye on probability and efficiency. Help/suggest develop and naming beers

Communication with FOH about specials, private parties, events, etc and delegate responsibility when possible

Ensure that all food maintains the highest level quality and consistency (plate sizing)

Oversee other closing managers and be the communicator between them and upper management

Ensure all employees live up to company standards of high quality, friendly service, respect, cleanliness and honesty

Overall cleanliness, sanitation and safe working environment of the premises

Communicate restaurant situations to upper management

Review payroll hours before submitting to bookkeeper to correct missed clock outs, clock-in/clock-out errors and keep an eye on labor costs

Salary and compensation package based on discussion and management experience

Compensation details

Healthcare, 401k. Salary packaged based on experience and discussion

Required Skills

Business Management

Customer Service

Food Safety Knowledge

Recruiting / hiring

Staff Education / Motivation

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Mediterranean, European, Chicken

Casual Dining

When Dock Street Brewery was founded in 1985 in Philadelphia, we were one of the first post-prohibition craft breweries in the country - and Philly’s first all-grain brew pub. Our award-winning beers are among the top-rated in the world, and have earned us several silver and gold medals along the way.

Today, Dock Street Brewery practices our craft in a 110-year-old converted firehouse at the corner of 50th and Baltimore Avenue in West Philadelphia. We converted one third of the firehouse into our brewery, devoting the rest of the space to a sensory-stimulating restaurant.

Complementing the handcrafted brews is a impressive lineup of hand-tossed, wood fired pizza, char-grilled burgers, numerous vegetarian and vegan friendly options, fries and bites, PA wines and beer cocktails. Neighbors and travelers alike enjoy two bars, an open kitchen, a massive EarthStone Wood Oven, outdoor seating, and ceiling high windows displaying copper-clad brew kettles.