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Food and Beverage Manager Wanted: Salary R7000 – R15000 Per Month

Food and Beverage Manager

Food and beverage manager wanted Salary: R7000 – R15000 Per Month (Negotiable)
Job Type: Permanent
Sectors: Hospitality
Posted by Hotel and Catering Personnel on Friday, December 28, 2018

Vacancy Details
Employer: Hotel and Catering Personnel

Plans and controls the ordering of
-food and beverages (drinks) for a hospitality property.
-manages the finances related to the whole process of purchasing food and drink for the hotel premises.

“Purchasing” includes sourcing, ordering and transporting of F&B

Food and Beverage Manager

Candidate Requirements
Customer-Service: Food and beverage managers 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,
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.

This position reports to: Head of the department
Apply before Tuesday, February 26, 2019 – 60 Days left

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