Book Kyung Ban Jeoun Restaurant is located 1638 Robson Street Vancouver BC V6G 1C7. We are currently looking for a permanent full time Restaurant Manager. If you are interested please submit your resume by mail or e-mail. Position Restaurant ManagerWages CAD 25.00 hourTypes Full-time PermanentWorking hours 30- 40 hrs weekBenefits 4% of vacation pay Job Duties Manage daily operations of the restaurant Monitor restaurant sales decide proper price for foods control budget and inventory (receipts bill payments and etc.) Plan and coordinate overall employee schedules Monitor employee performance and have evaluations meetings Review the amount of food ingredients and food left-over to decide order quantities and negotiate with suppliers Deal with customer s complaints and resolve the situations to ensure customer satisfaction Deal with all emergency situations Recruit (resume review interview) educate and supervise employees and training Hold staff meetings to discuss problems and make improvements Monitor the food process to make sure the food is ready for the customers on time. Job Requirements Completion of secondary school 2 3 years of experience in the food service sector including supervisory experience Completion of a college or other program related to hospitality or food and beverage service management an asset Language at work EnglishJob Location Vancouver BC Contact Information Book Kyung Ban Jeoun E-mail kim.bookkyung(at)hotmail.com Mail 1638 Robson Street Vancouver BC V6G 1C7
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