What's it like to be a Restaurant Manager?
Restaurant Managers are responsible for overseeing the efficient running and profitability of restaurants and for managing their employees. They deal with customer service issues and ensure the food quality is of a high standard.
Tasks and duties
- Recruit, train and supervise staff.
- General customer services tasks, including handling customer enquiries and complaints, taking reservations and greeting and advising customers.
- Ensure compliance with licensing, hygiene and health and safety legislation and guidelines.
What can I earn as a Restaurant Manager?
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How to become a Restaurant Manager
- Many Restaurant Managers start out in entry level positions, gaining practical experience and on-the-job training while working in a restaurant.
- Complete an accredited course focused on the fundamentals of food and beverage management such as an Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management (SIT60316),an Associate Degree in Business or a Bachelor of Business (majoring in hospitality management)
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