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A restaurant manager is someone who is the ‘face’ of a restaurant and whose main responsibilities are to deal with customer service issues as well as to ensure that the food quality coming out of the kitchen is the best it can be. He or she also deals with any staffing issues and ensures that everything runs as smoothly and profitably as possible.
Sometimes an owner acts as a restaurant’s general manager. Other times the manager is hired as an employee. Restaurant managers have a number of responsibilities in the day to day business of running a restaurant.
Restaurant managers are responsible for every aspect of the hiring process for all of their employees including interviewing, hiring and training. When they’re not attending to personnel needs, they’re also responsible for food service and administrative duties.
Combining strategic planning and day-to-day management activities, the role is both business-like and creative, particularly in terms of marketing and business development.
Restaurant Managers can work in a variety of places, these will include: restaurants, hotels, cruise ships, event catering, hospitals, offices, and the list goes on.
Most Restaurant Managers hours are in the range of 40-60 hours per week. Many restaurant managers work late evenings and weekends, normally carried out over split service shifts covering breakfast/lunch and dinner service.
Overtime may be essential in some positions and it is important to be willing to work until the job is completed, whatever time that may be.
What can you expect to earn being a Restaurant Manager? The position of Restaurant Manager has a great deal of responsibilities and as a key part of the team you will spend most of your time working in the establishment you’re managing. According to Payscale, the average salary for a Restaurant Manager is £23,474 per year.