Assistant General Manager (AGM): Fast Casual Restaurant
Oakland, CA 94603
Growing Bay Area company that offers Indian favorites with global flavors. We have four unique locations and are planning growth. This is for a new restaurant opening in Oakland. All locations embrace the colorful energy of Indian market streets. This location in Oakland will have a high percentage of catering business.
Restaurant Assistant General Manager Responsibilities:
- Take ownership and run it like it's yours
- Control financials
- Develop a success-oriented team: hire, train, coach, mentor, develop leaders, and maintain a positive, energetic culture
- Prepare for a General Manager role
Restaurant Assistant General Manager Requirements:
- At least three years of management experience in fast-casual or fast-paced full service
- Volume experience of at least $2M
- Catering experience - delivery and events preferred
- Good tenure at prior jobs and consistent career progression
- Passionate about your people, your restaurant, and your industry
Restaurant Assistant General Manager Compensation:
- Base salary of $50,000 to $60,000, depending on experience plus tips - all in around $55,000 to $65,000
- Paid time off and benefits
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