Restaurant General Manager Fine Dining
King of Prussia, PA 19406
Title of Position: Restaurant General Manager
Job Description: The Restaurant General Manager will work closely with the Executive Chef to help oversee day-to-day front of the house operations. To be qualified for this position, the Restaurant General Manager, must be able to create and thrive in a positive, team-orientated environment. Qualified candidates will have extensive knowledge of wine, beer, and service. A strong presence on the floor is necessary for the continued success of our restaurants. Coaching and training of the staff are daily activities as well as exceptional administrative skills and an understanding of all restaurant operations.
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Meet Your Recruiter
Marty Tarabar , CPC
Marty Tarabar is a Gecko Hospitality Franchise Partner for 7 states. After 13 plus years of experience as a partner with Gecko Hospitality, Marty has really honed his skills to find the best possible position for each of the great candidates he works with. He has brought on, trained and developed a strong team of recruiters to support his franchise territories.
Marty started in the business very young and from the ground up. Dishwashing at the local diner was his way of financing his many travels. As a Boy Scout, Marty traveled to Japan, Israel and across the United States twice before the age of 17. Since then Marty has worked for Bennigan's, The Office and Charlie Brown's, TGI Friday's and Applebee's as a General Manager, Training General Manager and a District Manager. Marty also worked as a Food Service Manager for Genuardi Family Markets, a division of Safeway and was a guest speaker at the National Home Meal Replacement Seminar.
After many years on the road, Marty and his wife, Jill, settled in beautiful Bucks County, Pennsylvania, where they are enjoying the life of empty nesters. Their son, Jacob, works for Marty and handles the states of Arkansas and Delaware. Daughter, Dayna, has joined as a recruiter assistant for Colorado.
Now that he has made his final career change Marty has much more time to devote to his many activities with synagogue and choir. He is a lifetime Red Cross Blood Donor (over 60 pints donated so far) and regularly volunteers his cooking skills for charitable events.