Restaurant Manager - Fine Dining

7 days left

£24000 - £25000 per annum + Tips, Free meals and pension
03 Oct 2016
04 Nov 2016
Contract Type
Incredible opportunity for a strong, passionate and inspiring Restaurant Manager to join a stunning Manor House Hotel in one of the most amazing locations in the country. The estate is a privately owned, family business in the heart of the north Cotswolds. It is one of the most prestigious and well known establishments in the whole of the UK so this is definitely an opportunity not to be missed. Ideally you will be a passionate Restaurant Manager who has worked to at least a 2 rosette level within a hotel setting. You will be a leader of people, someone who can bring the team along with you by inspiring them to be excellent, role modelling what they want to see and with a passion and enthusiasm for food and wine. If you have a WSET certificate this would be a great advantage. You will ensure that every guest has the experience they deserve and expect and go above and beyond to ensure their stay is one to remember. The hotel offers a choice of two menus; our 3 course a la carte or our seasonal 7-course tasting menu. Afternoon tea is also served here, and it's where our hotel residents enjoy breakfast. You'll be organised with an engaging and effective communication style, keen to develop the team around you. The hotel tends to tailor their service to meet the needs of each guest and so you'll need to be flexible and creative about how you coach your team to think in this way too, whilst remaining focused on the revenue and cost control for which you will have responsibility. In return you will be offered an incredibly competitive salary of up to £25,000 p/a including tips, meals on duty, free parking and inclusion into the company pension scheme. If you would like more information on this job then call Brook Street on 01905 731591 and ask for Kieran. This exciting job will not be around for long so do not delay and apply NOW. This job was originally posted as

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