Gino Bartali was born in Ponte a Ema, Florence, Italy in July 1914. Celebrated as a champion cyclist … he won the Giro d’Italia – three times (1936, 1937 & 1946) and the Tour de France – twice (1938 & 1948)!
In 1943, when Italy surrendered to the Allied Forces … the German army began occupying parts of the country … rounding up Jews, and sending them to concentration camps.
Soon after … Bartali, (a devout Catholic) was approached by the Cardinal of Florence, to join a secret group offering protection and safe passage to Jews and other endangered people.
His role in this network was that of a bike courier. And, to the casual eye … he looked as though he was simply going for long training rides, when in reality, he was transporting photographs and fake identity documents to and from secret printing presses – hidden in the tube frame of his bicycle!
So, while Bartali’s achievements in his sport were spectacular … his contribution to mankind was so much more significant!
What does this have to do with Match and Fable’s latest role?
That said … in keeping with the Italian theme … Match and Fable’s client is a wonderful Italian restaurant and they’ve asked Mark Vandyke to help them find a Restaurant Manager for their location in south Mississauga.
POSITION: RESTAURANT MANAGER
REPORTS TO: GENERAL MANAGER
LOCATION: SOUTH MISSISSAUGA
INDUSTRY: HOSPITALITY + RESTAURANT + DINING
Our client continues to provide the best in dining experiences and we are proud to support their efforts as they continue to grow their leadership team.
- Handle the day-to-day management of the restaurant
- Provide leadership working side by side with crewmembers
- Deliver high standards of food quality and dining experience leading to great customer service
- Manage staffing and scheduling needs
- Inventory responsibility
- 2 years’ leadership experience in the restaurant industry
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Capable of working flexible hours, days, shifts, including some holidays
- Own transportation
INTERESTED? There are 3 things Mark Vandyke needs from you;
- Send your resume to Mark at email@example.com.
- Ensure the subject line of your email reads; GINO BARTALI – 5K91MTCHFBL
- In a short email, please tell Mark how your experience fits what we’ve outlined above.