Restaurant Assistant General Manager
Lubbock, TX 79411
Restaurant Assistant General Manager Responsibilities:
- Manage and oversee all facets of the restaurant
- Oversee P/Ls, scheduling, and labor
- Conduct proper reporting
- Oversee budgets
- Ability to train and develop staff and oversee a minimum of 30 employees
- Oversee menus and stations
- Manage day-to-day operations
- Ensure high quality of standards and customer service
- Ensure high morale and performance are maintained
Restaurant Assistant General Manager Qualifications:
- 3 years minimum in a management capacity
- Full-service experience in a high volume setting
- Experience managing a team of 30+
- Experience with a sales volume of 2 million annually
We offer our Restaurant Assistant General Managers:
- A competitive starting salary
- A company match 401k plan
- Real growth opportunities
- Healthcare, PTO
- Great quality of life
Senior Recruiter & Coach
I enjoy helping people in the growth of their careers along with the challenge of finding the right candidates for our clients. This career also allows me to stay involved on the operations side of the business I love without having to run the day to day! What’s better than that?!
- Bill Shea started with Goodwin Recruiting in March 2017.
- Bill grew up in Pittsfield, MA. His first job was as a dish washer at 15 years old for Bonanza Restaurant. He was there for 18 years, eventually becoming a part-owner for four years.
- Bill was a District Manager with Panera for ten years with a Great Franchise The Howley Bread Group. He was very involved with NSO and was able to hire and develop managers to assist in the growth of the company from 12 locations to 28. Bill’s was the go-to district for developing General Manager’s to open new locations through four districts which has been a big help in his recruiting career.
- Bill and his wife moved to the Houston area from Connecticut to be near his daughter and 3 grandkids.
- In his spare time, Bill enjoys golf and one of his must-haves was a house on a golf course!