Restaurant General Manager - Fast Food
Ripley, WV 25271
A large franchise group is looking for a rock star General Manager to join this growing team. Excellent company culture and a "develop from within mentality." This is a fast-food concept that believes in a quality product and taking care of their people. If you meet the requirements below, please apply today!
Requirements for General Restaurant Managers
- 3-5 years of experience as a Restaurant General Manager
- No more than 2 jobs in the last 5 years
- Strong Leadership skills
- Strong financial understanding and ability to coach and teach financials
- Hands-on, lead-from-the-shoulder management style
Benefits for General Restaurant Managers
- $45,000 to $50,000, based on experience
- Great bonus potential
- Paid Vacation
- Medical, dental, and vision
- HUGE GROWTH POTENTIAL!!!!
Recruiter Managing this Job
Senior Recruiter & Coach
- Vince joined Goodwin in May 2018. He loves the industry and is very happy for people’s successes. He thinks it is an awesome feeling to tell someone that they got the job.
- He grew up in Philadelphia and relocated to Atlanta with his wife and children in 2012. Restaurants are not part of his family history, but hard work, perseverance, and managing relationships is.
- He attended Temple University for business management, but his true training occurred in the real world, on the job.
- He was most recently a Director of Operations for an eight-location restaurant group here in Atlanta, but the bulk of his experience came with his 14 years of owning six restaurants in the Philadelphia market, as well as five years as a managing partner with Bloomin’ Brands, Bonefish Grill division.
- Family is very important to Vince and most of his free time revolves around his children’s activities. His younger daughter plays volleyball and is convinced that she is going to be a social media influencer. His eldest daughter is in high school, loves softball, and was diagnosed with Type One Diabetes. This has forever changed Vince’s life, and he has become very active with the JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.) His daughter loves everything related to biology, so he believes she will go on to help cure T1D.