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Food & Beverage Executive

15.00 to 25.00 Years   Pune   13 Jan, 2021
Job LocationPune
EducationNot Mentioned
SalaryNot Disclosed
IndustryHotel / Restaurant
Functional AreaTechnical Support / Helpdesk,Operations Management / Process Analysis

Job Description

Food and Beverage Manager Job DescriptionFood and beverage managers often work for large establishments such as schools, hotels, or restaurants. Common duties for a manager in this industry include quality control of stock, training staff, and ensuring customers are satisfied. This is usually a full-time position and often means working more than 40 hours a week evening and weekend work are common with this job. Applicants entering this profession need to have strong leadership skills, be customer service oriented, and have experience of working as part of a team. Its well suited to people who like a challenge, enjoy working with others, and like resolving personnel or customer service issues.Food and Beverage Manager Duties and ResponsibilitiesFood and beverage managers lead the kitchen and front of house staff, oversee the preparation of food and drinks, and ensure the restaurants reputation is upheld through a professional and courteous manner. Common day-to-day duties include:Hire and Train StaffManagers are responsible for all aspects of work related to employees, from interviewing and hiring new staff to training them for their role and disciplining them in the case of misconduct. Managers also deal with firing employees if necessary.Oversee Food PreparationEnforcing the correct standards for food and safety regulations is an important part of running of a restaurant. Food and beverage managers are aware of these standards and oversee food preparation to make sure they are upheld at all times.Enforce Customer ServiceAny customer queries or complaints are dealt with by the manager of the restaurant. To minimise the risk of unsatisfied customers, managers need to establish and enforce a strong commitment to customer service within their team.Schedule ShiftsManagers schedule shifts so that there are enough members of the team working to cover all open hours. Theyre responsible for assigning duties and may help with serving customers or cleaning tables during busy periods.Manage BudgetsFood and beverage managers dont just deal with leading a team. They also look after budgets, administer payroll, and price inventory and stock.Food and Beverage Manager Skills and QualificationsFood and beverage managers need to have excellent organization skills and a talent for managing a team, as well as the following abilities:Business aptitude food and beverage managers need to understand all aspects of the business, from payroll to budgeting, to ensure that the restaurant remains profitableCommunication skills strong communication skills are valuable in this role as managers spend a large portion of their day speaking and giving direction to members of their team and talking to customersCustomer service customer satisfaction is key to a successful business, so food and beverage managers need to be courteous and professional at all times, answering questions and dealing with complaints in an efficient mannerLeadership skills managers need strong leadership skills to give clear and effective orders, keep up morale, and ensure that the team remains motivatedPhysical stamina managing a restaurant is a physically demanding job that requires long hours of standing and walking between the kitchen and front of house. Being physically fit and able to keep up the pace during busy shifts is importantFood and Beverage Manager Education and TrainingMany applicants qualify for this position with a high school diploma and several years worth of work experience in the food industry. However, its increasingly preferred that applicants hold a bachelors degree in management or a related subject. Training can also be gained through hospitality or food service management programs.Food and Beverage Manager Salary and OutlookThe median annual salary for food and beverage managers is nearly $51,000. Managers in the 10th percentile earn around $29,000, while the highest earners make over $87,000 annually.The opportunity to earn bonuses depends on the location and company. Access to health benefits such as dental and medical insurance is sometimes offered. The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects the growth rate for this sector to increase by 9 percent through 2026.Food and Beverage Manager Helpful ResourcesFood and beverage managers work in one of the busiest and fasted-paced industries. Weve collected some of the best resources to help you stay up to date with latest trends and management techniques:Social Hospitality The Social Hospitality blog offers tips for managers in the hospitality sector, from restaurant owners to food managers. From examples of great customer service to ways to increase sales, the posts here are insightful and always usefulThe Restaurant Group The Restaurant Group is a consultancy company that specializes in helping both new and established restaurants. The groups blog is a great way to keep on top of the latest food trends and pick up tips on how to meet customer demands

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