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Food And Beverage Manager, Brisbane, Frontline Recruitment

Published 2022-06-30
Expires 2022-07-30
ID #1067013759
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Food And Beverage Manager, Brisbane, Frontline Recruitment
Australia, Queensland, Brisbane,
Published June 30, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Food and beverage manager


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Food and Beverage ManagerLocation: Brisbane QLD Work Type: Full time Salary: $80,000 - $95,000 Annually Join a well known and reputable group Strong salary package with additional benefits Brisbane CBD based role Multi award winning Restaurant group is seeking a professional and experienced Food and Beverage Manager The CompanyMulti award winning restaurant group that is set to expand in the coming few years. Known in the industry for delivering a first class service in each venue, they have strong support from regulars as well as visitors to Brisbane. A rare and exciting opportunity. The RoleYou will be working closely with the General Manager and Executive Chef to ensure the highest level of service and guest satisfaction is achieved. You will foster a culture of positive leadership with a hands on approach. As Food & Beverage Manager, you will be accountable for the F&B strategy for operations, and the delivery of outlet results including P&L and revenue. Skills & Attributes Experience in a senior manager / multi site role within a high end environment WSET 2+ or above is highly regardedMotivate the team to enhance performance and service standards, and to achieve business goals and budgetsAbility to work under pressure in a busy environment, with high attention to detailMaintain wage costs to budget guidelines and drive customer spending above agreed targetsProduce revenue forecasts, monitor expenditure and create rosters for the outlets on a weekly basis Benefits Strong salary and company benefitsWorking for a respected brandGreat cultureOngoing internal trainingCollaborative and positive environment Sponsorship available for the right candidate

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