Restaurant managers oversee the daily operations of food services establishments. Their duties include hiring and firing employees, ordering supplies, overseeing food preparation, ensuring the kitchen meets health standards and managing payroll. Demand for restaurant managers is projected to grow as quickly as demand in other industries, as turnover is high. Restaurant managers are generally required to hold a high school diploma, although bachelor’s degrees in hospitality or related fields can make a candidate especially competitive.
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If you're hoping to gain management experience, consider assistant, supervisor, or trainee restaurant manager vacancies. If you're new to restaurant management, how about junior or entry-level roles? Been working as an eatery manager for some time? Consider experienced or senior managerial opportunities. Perhaps you want to expand your job scope beyond responsibility for just one establishment. In this case, area or regional restaurant manager jobs could be a good fit. You can also filter results to find vacancies in different types of eating houses, for example, hotel, fast food, fine dining, and Italian restaurant manager roles.
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While exploring opportunities, comparing options, or finalizing your pay, it's useful to know exactly what a good salary is for a restaurant manager. Here's how you can get a job with good pay:
Many restaurant manager positions also provide a broad range of benefits as well as a good salary. For example, your contract may also include: