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Floor Manager
Llama San
359 6th Avenue, New York, NY
Llama San  hiring Floor Manager in New York, NY

Llama San  hiring Floor Manager in New York, NY

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Full Time • Salary (Based on Experience)
Expired: Dec 31, 2019

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Requirements

2 years


Job Details
Job Details
LLAMA SAN is looking for a strong, service oriented Manager to join our team in Newly opened West Village .
Qualifications
• Minimum of 2 years experience in full service restaurant management
• High volume experience of 200-300 covers per night preferred
• Proven leadership ability and track record
• Experience with scheduling, budgeting, and forecasting
• Knowledge and experience with various POS systems (Revel, Micros, etc.)
• Systems knowledge and experience i.e. ordering, inventory, costing
• Ability to effectively manage a team and delegate responsibilities
• Entrepreneurial attitude and proactive approach to management
• Attention to detail and sense of urgency


If you feel you meet the above requirements, are a team player, experienced, passionate, and dedicated to food and hospitality, we want to hear from you! Please reply with a copy of your resume AND a cover letter detailing why you'd be a great addition to our team.

Compensation details

health benefits, bonus, incentives

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