Food & Beverage Manager

Job: F&B Manager,
Location: Cambridge Hotel
Salary: £30,000-£35,000,
Term: Full Time

At Select Hospitality Cambridge we are currently recruiting for a Food and Beverage Manager to work in a state of the art hotel and conference centre. This role comes at a very exciting time for the hotel with a refurb planned, you will have the opportunity to be part of the team instrumental in delivering the business plan

My client is looking for a passionate, energetic and driven candidate, with excellent personal skills and attention to detail. Due to the nature of the role, you must be willing to work evenings and weekends.

The F&B Manager will report to the Hotel Manager and Finance Manager , overseeing all F&B, Bar and Conference facilities on site, working closely with the C&E Manager and team. You will be tasked with the management and associated training and coaching of your team ensuring excellent levels of service at all times. This role offers you excellent career opportunities and industry award winning training.

The ideal F&B Manager will have experience in both premium independent hotels and high quality restaurants.

As part of the senior management team, you will have experience managing and training a large team using SOP manuals and your industry knowledge.

If you are looking for a role where you have a varied working pattern and a great opportunity for amazing career progression working with a true independent company with the financial backing of a multinational company then please apply to Jonathan Taylor at our Select Cambridge Office

Job Summary

Job Title Food & Beverage Manager
Location Cambridge
Job Type Permanent
Salary £35k
Last Updated 15/01/2020
Reference SF47986
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