Restaurant Manager - QSR
GREAT COMPENSATION, FUN ENVIRONMENT & AWESOME GROWTH POTENTIAL
One of the most loved Quick Service restaurants in America is all about having fun while you work and gaining a sense of accomplishment in the process. We are looking for a great General Manager with high-volume experience, great personality, team player, looking to make an immediate impact at our very busy location in Syracuse, New York. If you are looking for a fun, fast-paced, and exciting working environment and want a rewarding career working with great people, managing a well-loved national restaurant brand, then we have an outstanding career with your name on it! Apply Today for immediate consideration for our location in Syracuse, NY.
Job Description: As the General Manager, you would be responsible for overall operations of the store, serving as a leader and role model for the staff, along with your Assistant Manager assisting with scheduling, inventory management, food/labor cost, inventory and financials. You will be charged with creating a positive working environment and mentoring for the rest of the staff
- 3+ years of high volume QSR or Fast Casual Restaurant Management Experience
- Guest orientated and operate with the highest degree of honesty and integrity
- Track record of driving positive sales and increased store traffic
- Have a passion for the development and mentoring of staff
- Competitive Compensation
- Bonus Program
- Comprehensive Benefits Package
- Continued Growth Opportunities & Career Development
- Paid Vacation and Holidays
If you would like to be considered for this position, please submit an updated version of your resume.
Executive Recruiter | Restaurant Division
Rebekah Deuel-Jones has been a member of the service industry for the last 15 years. While in college, she began as a server in a little local spot, going on to work with both Texas Roadhouse as an opening team member of the Dewitt, New York store and was then with Carrabba’s Italian Grill. Rebekah relocated to Virginia for law school thereafter, and, perpetually drawn to the restaurant industry, purchased and operated several taverns upon finishing school.
After five years in operation, Rebekah opted to leave the owner/operator role to spend more time with her two little girls, Emeline and Edythe. Rebekah is passionate about the service industry, and intimately familiar with the qualities clients desire in a management candidate, having hired and trained many of her own managers during her years as an operator.