Restaurant Assistant Manager
San Francisco, CA 94103
A respected restaurant group in the Bay area that offers one of California's top "burger joints" is looking for a high-energy, hands-on Restaurant Assistant Manager for new store openings later this year. With 12 locations throughout the Bay area, and growing, we have developed a great following with our guests, and offer a great work/life balance for our teams.
Fast Casual Restaurant Assistant Manager requirements:
- Tenured Experience: 1 to 2 years of Restaurant Management experience is ideal, and will consider a more green Manager who is willing to learn
- Background: Broad segment experience is preferred - a mix of quick serve, fast casual and full service - some corporate experience for systems - exclusive full service is not a fit
- Traits: strong leader, open to learn, seeking growth, driven, outgoing, professional, high energy
- Skills: strong financial acumen, able to drive business growth, systems, tech, team development
- Base of $53,000-$57,000, depending on experience, plus aggressive bonus of $5,000 to $8,000 per year, paid monthly, all-in from $54,000 to $64,000 or more
- Base compensation based on a 45 hour work week paid hourly
- 100% employer paid health insurance
- 2 weeks of paid vacation
- Thanksgiving and Christmas Holiday pay
- Cell phone allowance
- Dining privileges at sister full-service concepts
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- Jim Newcomb joined Goodwin Recruiting in 2013.
- Jim is a second-generation Southern California native. His family are horse people and chose a path that lead to hospitality.
- Jim studied Architecture and Communications.
- Jim owned an inn and vacation rental business and art gallery. He ran all three from the gallery in a small mountain town in Southern California.
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- In his free time, Jim enjoys working on new projects and being creative – usually work-related. He has published an e-book called, “Ending the Job Search” that he shares with both candidates and as a LinkedIn Advisor. It’s a compilation of tips and advice from a recruiter’s perspective.
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