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Assistant restaurant manager

Company Name:
Army & Air Force Exchange Service
# Job Description
RESPONSIBLE FOR ASSISTING IN THE OVERALL OPERATION OF A RESTAURANT ESTABLISHMENT, TO INCLUDE IMPLEMENTATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF ALL NAMED BRAND FAST FOOD (NBFF) AND THE EXCHANGE STANDARDS IN ACCORDANCE WITH FOOD SAFETY GUIDELINES. RESPONSIBLE FOR FINANCIAL ASPECTS OF EACH RESTAURANT; DAILY RECEIPTS, FIXED ASSETS, ORDERING FOOD AND SUPPLIES.
# Major Duties
Ensures day-to-day facility performance. Promotes great customer service, safe food quality, restaurant cleanliness and sanitation in accordance with all NBFF and Exchange standards.
Develops and mentors associates and supervisors. Training/follow-up of staff.
Performs administrative/financial duties to plan and budget facility resources.
Coordinates timely implementation of all local and brand marketing plans.
Performs other duties as assigned.
# Job Qualifications
6 MONTHS OF RESTAURANT OR RELATED FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS EXPERIENCE.
OR
SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF NBFF TRAINING OR THE EXCHANGE RESTAURANT OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT ACADEMY (ROMA).
If a sufficient number of qualified candidates do not apply, the minimum qualifications may be lowered without reposting.
# Additional Qualifications/Requirements
10% COLA
VACATION AND SICK LEAVE ACCRUAL
401K AND RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS
50% EMPLOYEE MEAL DISCOUNT
TAX FREE SHOPPING!
Vacancy Number: H-011904-2014
Job Title: ASSISTANT RESTAURANT MANAGER
Exchange Location: United States - North Dakota - Minot AFB
Facility Name: MINOT BK 5705
Employment Category: Regular Full Time
Career Area: Hospitality and Restaurant Operations
Job Grade: 3
Job Tier: A
Work Challenges: Long Hours in Warm and/or Cold Environments
Long Hours Standing
Night Hours / Weekend Hours / Holiday Hours
Supervisor: Yes
Salary Minimum: $11.34
Salary Maximum: $21.48
Number of Positions Remaining: 1
Removal Date: 07-Aug-2014

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