Food and beverage managers are responsible for managing all F&B operations and for delivering an excellent guest experience. They are the leaders in the kitchen and the front of house in restaurants of all kinds. Responsible for hiring staff, purchase food and stock, and make sure everyone is trained on proper food preparation, proper and legal alcoholic beverage service kitchen safety techniques and understand health standards. Food and beverage managers make sure that company is represented correctly and that the company's standards are upheld.
Geographic scope of role:
All of Yangon at first and subsequently, Mandalay and International.
Budgetary and risk management responsibilities:
Create revenue (sales margin) budgets for each revenue channel.
Grow revenue across full sales spectrum to meet agreed budgets. Maximise effectiveness of F&B teams within country across all channels. Ensure linkage to all other relevant JL Group businesses.
Implement and maintain applicable compliance in all parts of the business.
Coaching & training; Responsible for developing skills of direct reports and other F&B professionals within the business.
Manage all F&B and day-to-day operations within budgeted guidelines and to the highest standards
Food and beverage managers also set daily and weekly cleaning schedules for the kitchen and front of house, hire, train and discipline employees and set work schedules. They keep tabs on food cost, waste and employee hours, doing their best to optimize profit for their company and create the best dining experience possible for customers.
Customer-Service: Food and beverage managers might have to interact with customers. Being friendly and courteous will help keep customers coming back.
Attention to Detail: Food and beverage managers have to keep their eyes on a lot of elements: food standards, costs, safety, etc.
Leadership: Food and beverage managers must be leaders in the back of house, rallying their team during heavy shifts, resolving conflicts and getting the job done.
Management Skills: Food and beverage managers not only deal with food, they also have to deal with costs, pricing, creating work schedules and more.
Organizational Skills: Keeping work schedules, shipments, cleaning schedules and more organized is crucial to the job.
Problem-Solving Skills: Dealing with employee conflict, irate customers and wrong stock orders is part of a food and beverage manager's job. Being able to come up with a solution quickly is a needed skill.
Speaking Skills: Food and beverage managers need to accurately and easily communicate standards and cooking methods to staff, give orders and speak with customers clearly.
Stamina: Food and beverage managers can expect long days around hot cooking elements, much of it on their feet.
Minimum 8 years F&B Management experience: Regional industry exposure being highly desirable
Culinary school diploma or degree in food service management or related field
Demonstrable track record of success in a F&B management role.
Excellent communicator at all levels
In depth knowledge of F&B methodology and processes
Proven food and beverage management experience
International F&B industry knowledge preferable
Up to date with food and beverages trends and best practices
Please send your cv to firstname.lastname@example.org