Make a Difference with Tapestry
The Restaurant Manager is responsible for overseeing the overall Food & Beverage operations of our community’s restaurant, bistro and bar, as well as in-suite dining. With the goal of creating an exceptional culinary experience to create unforgettable dining experiences, the Restaurant Manager establishes and implements high food service standards, creating a professional and welcoming atmosphere, maintaining cleanliness levels at above expected levels and overseeing special events. Reporting to the Resident Services Manager and working collaboratively with the Executive Chef and other community leaders, the Restaurant Manager oversees the Front of House team and a food services operation committed to creating extraordinary culinary experiences that help to differentiate Tapestry’s brand.
Qualifications & Requirements:
•Degree, diploma or certificate in hospitality, business administration, businessoperations, or related discipline
•Minimum two-years supervisory or management experience in a restaurant/hospitalitysetting
•Minimum five-years serving experience
•Experience coordinating daily restaurant operations and creating plans to deliversuperior food and beverage services, while maximizing customer experience
•Experience leading a team of culinary professionals with responsibility forscheduling, recruitment, orientation, training, communications and performancemanagement
•Responsible for effectively managing the departmental budget and identifyingopportunities for continuous improvement to maximize employee engagement andresident satisfaction
•Experience with point of sale systems; scheduling/payroll systems and workingknowledge of the Microsoft Suite of Products
•CPR and First Aid; Food Safe and Serving It Right Designations
•Valid driver’s license
Tapestry has taken a number of significant measures to protect the health of our residents and employeees, including active screening upon entry (termperature checks) to the community. Only those individuals who are free of cold/flu symptoms are able to work in the community.