Pheasant is a classic pub in a charming village location offering a great range of pub meals and quality ales. With 145 seats, including 85 full dining covers, Pheasant has a great opportunity to grow sales through improved service and consistent controls. It is also one of our training houses for General Managers and Kitchen Managers.
The successful candidate will need to have a passion and energy for hospitality, and should already be in an Assistant manager’s post.
What do we look for in an Assistant Manager? The answer is easy – its an ability to provide support, encouragement and inspiration. All Brains Assistant Managers are a vital part of the businesses’ overall success, and we want all of our Assistant Managers to be our General Managers of the future.
We want someone who has experience of helping to manage a busy pub/restaurant environment and everything this brings with it. You’ll need to be able to head up our teams from the front, ensuring the smooth running of all parts of the business, inspiring your teams to deliver our promise to our customers. Prioritisation and visibility to our customers is key.
Leading the team and running the business when the General Manager is away means you’ll have every opportunity to shine. You’ll be involved in and learn all aspects of running a pub. Working well under pressure should come naturally to you as should the desire to develop your career.
In return for your hard work, leadership and highest standards, our Assistant Managers can expect a full and exciting career with us. From a purpose built induction plan to structured training and development which shows how much we want you to succeed and develop your career. Along with great benefits which include discount in our Managed Houses, an excellent annual bonus scheme, contributory pension and 28 days holiday you will have a competitive salary.
Up for the challenge? We’d relish the opportunity to grow your career and would genuinely love to hear from you.
Salary: £20,000 - £22,000 per annum
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