Little Goat Diner is looking for an organized, self starter to join their team as an Office Manager!
Some of your responsibilities in this role will include processing invoices, assisting with payroll, maintaining office inventories, and supporting restaurant management.
Other specific tasks of this job role:
- Processing and coding invoices
- Processing bank deposits and change orders
- Provide accounting with end of month reports
- Assisting with payroll, reconciling tip sheets, adjusting time cards, and tracking any necessary adjustments
- Answering office phone, checking voicemail in the morning, managing general email inquiries, and distributing messages
- Receiving all mail, opening all envelopes, distributing bills and mails to appropriate people.
- Maintaining cleanliness and organization of the office. Ordering office supplies when needed, per the General Manager and Chef’s approval.
- Overseeing all employee files, including updating and distributing new hire packets to all new employees, filing all disciplinary and termination forms, and ensuring all new hire paperwork is properly completed and filed.
- Maintaining all employee training materials by keeping them updated with any relevant changes.
- Assisting in maintaining all workers comp and liability claim paperwork, and additional HR requests
- Maintaining permits and keeping them organized and current.
- Maintaining and printing menus, updating menu on website, and keeping menu pars
- Supporting management with any additional projects and tasks.
Little Goat Diner is a high volume restaurant concept in Chicago's exciting West Loop neighborhood helmed by Executive Chef, Stephanie Izard, and part of Boka Restaurant Group.
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Little Goat Diner opened in October 2012. The multi-functional property includes a 140 seat diner, a bakery, a coffee shop featuring Dark Matter coffee, a private party facility, a rooftop area, and cooking classes in our intimate “classroom.”