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Restaurant General Manager; new restaurant coming!

Job Description

Diamond Select, Inc. is working with a local Taco Bell Franchisee to hire a few more Restaurant General Managers and Assistant General Managers. We have needs due to our growth; opening new restaurants! This is a strong organization with fantastic results! Interested? Apply today! Openings from Tampa north thru Land O'Lakes, Spring Hill and Brooksville...new restaurant soon coming to Hernando County!


Your role as a Restaurant General Manager is to build a great team that consistently provides the customer with great food and a great experience. Culture is everything--your restaurant should be a great place to work and run smoothly even when you are not there.


Priority: Build Your Team--People



  • Find and hire the best Team Members and shift Leads

  • Conduct proper orientation and on-boarding

  • Follow a training plan to develop a great restaurant team

  • Train & develop Assistant Managers, Shift Leaders and Team Members

  • Complete Restaurant People Plans and conduct bench planning sessions

  • Conduct manager meetings and Team Member one-on-ones

  • Consistently recognize and reward Team Member performance

  • Ensure conflicts within the restaurant are resolved in a timely manner


Priority: Drive Customer Satisfaction--Customers



  • Personally demonstrate positive interactions with customers

  • Ensure that customer issues are resolved immediately & effectively

  • Schedule correctly to meet the needs of the business

  • Coach management team on driving customer satisfaction


Priority: Maintain Process and Discipline Around the P & L--Sales and Profits



  • Analyze restaurant's financial performance and create a follow-up plan to maximize profitability without compromising the customer experience

  • Manage restaurant budget


 


 



Company Description
Diamond Select, Inc. is partnering with a great Taco Bell, Krystals & Pizza Hut franchisees throughout the SE to source top talent!



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