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Restaurant Manager

Powderhorn Chateau Ohakune, Ohakune - Wanganui-Manawatu
Restaurant Manager, Hospitality Seasonal jobs in Ohakune Wanganui-Manawatu New Zealand

About the business and the role

Do you love adventure sports and nature? Do you love interacting with staff and customers that enjoy the same? Do we have the job for you! 

The Powderhorn Chateau has two onsite restaurants which host A la Carte dining weddings conferences and functions. Our Food and Beverage Manager is looking for a right hand man (or lady) to help with the running of this large venue. 

We are based right at the base of the Tongariro National Heritage Park and we are also the closest accommodation bar and restaurant to the Turoa ski field. With a range of activities to do both summer and winter why would you need to be anywhere else? 

Job tasks and responsibilities

- Working along side the Food and Beverage Manager to make sure all staff training and service are kept up to a 4 star standard to be inline with the hotel's Qualmark rating. 

- Running of the restaurant during shifts including allocations of staff dealing with complaints and greeting and seating guests. 

-Assess staffing requirements handling recruitment training and orientation of the new staff. -Liaise with the chef in planning and pricing of the menus and organizing events. -Carry out staff appraisals -Ordering Stock to make sure PAR Levels are maintained at all times. Carrying out monthly stocktakes -Ensure staff is aware about of their obligations pursuant to the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012. - Cash counting and cash ups to be inline with the hotels procedures and all monies to be accounted for at the end of every evening.

- To continually work within the parameters of efficient wage costs.

- Allocate meal breaks enforce Powderhorn Procedures and Staff Rules including uniforms.  Conduct staff disciplinary action when required and monitor staff morale.

- Ensure that health and safety practices and procedures are followed at all times.

- Use initiative to reallocate staff positions between hotel department should the need arise.

Skills and experience

- This position requires at least 3 years in hospitality (2 years minimum on a supervisory level) waitressing bartending and other departments is preferred to create a better knowledge of how a restaurant is run. 

- A New Zealand Duty Manager's certificate including LCQ and liquor law training

-Qualification requirements of a minimum level 7 or above in hospitality- Some experience as a supervisor in hospitality is not essential but is favoured 

- Must be flexible to work days nights and weekends 

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