A restaurant floor manager is responsible for helping the restaurant meet service, sales, and profit objectives along with supervising and directing associates in daily work activities. As a restaurant floor manager, one must assist the general manager with ensuring proper training of new associates, formulating work schedules, and maintaining good customer and public relations within the community.
The restaurant floor manager maintains proper inventories, ensures compliance with cash control procedures, and completes related accounting and administrative reports as required. A restaurant floor manager may serve in any capacity within the restaurant as needed due to associate absence and perform related duties and assignments as required.
A restaurant floor manager generally must have a minimum of two years of management experience. Excellent organizational skills, strong customer service skills, and impeccable presentation are other qualities needed by candidates for restaurant floor manager jobs.
We offer comprehensive benefits.
comprehensive benefits: medical, vision, dental and 401K
Experience in a High Volume Environment
Food Safety Knowledge
Staff Management of 20
Staff education / motivation
About B&B Burger & Beer
B&B Burger and Beer at the Venetian Resort & Casino guarantees the ultimate burger lover’s destination on the Strip.
Chef Mario’s Batali’s burgers are sourced from the same highest-quality beef as his award winning Carnevino steakhouse. Burgers served on perfectly charred buns along with signature sides, robust salads and standout shakes round out the crowd-pleasing menu. With a selection of craft beers and a small, burger-focused wine list hand selected by partner Joe Bastianich, B&B Burger promises to be a rockin’ Batali & Bastianich burger joint.
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