Coffee Shop Manager - Chichester - work life balance
Are you a caterer that wants every night off and every other weekend off?
Then this could be the role for you.
We are currently recruiting for a Coffee Shop Manager to run a small coffee shop/café within a retail unit in Chichester
The role is working 37.5 hours per week, office type hours and alternate weekends.
The Coffee Shop Manager will lead and inspire the team in achieving all restaurant deliverables, whilst ensuring an exceptional high standard of customer care which is expected from the business.
* Managing the coffee shop to ensure a consistently high standard of service is presented to our customers
* Oversee stock management including monitoring wastage to achieve maximum margin potential
* Manage the merchandising, pricing and display of all goods, maintaining the highest of standards and maximising sales
* Fulfil all till operations, cash handling and banking procedures according to the Cash Security Policy
* Manage staffing levels to ensure adequate cover at all times by co-ordinating an effective staff rota, identifying shortfalls and recruiting as appropriate
The successful Coffee Shop Manager Must Have
* Worked in hospitality/catering at a management or supervisory level
* Food safety & hygiene Certificates
* Thorough understanding of allergens
* Knowledgeable in maintaining and monitoring Health and Safety
* Remains calm under pressure
* Good time management
* Exceptional attention to detail and forward-thinking ethos
* Demonstrate a professional, enthusiastic and flexible approach
* Able to promote excellent team work to achieve exceptional customer experience
What we offer:
* £22,000 on a full time permanent contract, based on 37.5 hours per week
* Auto enrolment pension
* Option to join enhanced company pension scheme with life assurance
* 31 days annual leave
* 50% discount within the retail store
* 20% staff discount
* Straight shifts/Alternate weekend working
* Free parking
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