THE ‘ALL HANDS ON DECK’ ROLE ($72,500+)

AllHandsOnDeck

Historically, and in the naval sense, the term ‘hands’ referred to the sailors on a vessel.
In the event of a storm … the ship’s captain would determine its severity and how much assistance was required to navigate through the storm.

When he shouted “all hands, on deck” … it was a signal that the situation required all the help, every crewmember could muster … to do whatever was required.

What does this have to do with Match and Fable’s latest role?
Not much, really!

That said, our client is looking to capitalize on their establishment’s momentum. As such, they’re looking for a General Manager with an “all hands, on deck” attitude … to take their business to the next level.

POSITION:        GENERAL MANAGER
REPORTS TO:   OWNER
LOCATION:       LONDON, ON
INDUSTRY:       HOSPITALITY + RESTAURANT + DINING

SUMMARY

Our client is a rapidly expanding brand … and the franchisee has partnered with local sports teams and sports figures to create a unique brand in the downtown London area. They’re looking for a leader to continue driving that success!

RESPONSIBILITIES

Day-to-day management of the restaurant – including bartending duties (to stay close to the action)
Provide leadership … working side-by-side with crewmembers
Deliver high standards of food quality and dining experience … leading to great customer service
Managing staffing and scheduling needs
Some inventory responsibilities

REQUIREMENTS

2 years’ experience in the restaurant industry … (in a leadership role)
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Capable of working flexible hours, days, shifts, including some holidays
Own transportation

REMUNERATION

SALARY: $35,000
GRATUTITIES: ~$750 / week
ALL IN: $72,500

INTERESTED?  There are 3 things Mark Vandyke needs from you;

1. Send your resume to Mark at mvandyke@matchfable.com.
2. Ensure the subject line of your email reads; ALL HANDS ON DECK – 7K91MTCHFBL
3. In a short email, please tell Mark how your experience fits what we’ve outlined above.

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