Asst. F&B Manager/F&B Manager

F & B Service , Assistant F & B Manager


Job Description:

Supervise operation and handling of all food and beverage outlets for the organization.

Monitor and ensure fulfillment of company’s policies and standards for better output.

Administer all food and beverage facilities and ensure optimal cleanliness and safety procedures in efficient working.

Assist various departments in selection process and provide guidance to staff members according to company’s rules.

Monitor all local sanitation and healthcare systems to satisfy customers.

Maintain an inventory for all food and liquor.

Analyze and utilize various management tools to update expenses for Food & Beverage Department.

Monitor and enhance efficient upkeep of storage by cleaning and sweeping away rotten food stuff.

Supervise all ensure resolution of customer’s grievances in systematic way.

Prepare weekly work schedule as per hotel requirements in assistance with restaurant employees.

Maintain efficient hotel standards to provide restaurant facilities.

Maintain personal records of working staff for restaurants and provide efficient maintenance.

Maintain knowledge on all fire protection and preventive measures during emergency.

Ensure compliance to all company rules in pertinent areas.

Job Expectations:

Customer-Service: Food and beverage 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, etc.
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.

Minimum Qualification:

Graduates bachelor degree and/or diploma in hotel or other related field.

Minimum Job Experience:

9-10 years of relevant experience

Reporting to:

F&B Head


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