£30,000 to £35,000 per annum
We are looking for an experienced Operations Manager for our reputable client in the CV9 area just outside of Atherstone. Working under the General Manager, you will become a vital part of the team ensuring catering operations run smoothly and efficiently whilst simultaneously driving the business forward, meeting commercial and financial targets.
* Working alongside your team to coach and lead them through peak service times.
* Develop, train, and motivate a team to encourage optimum performance and morale
Ensuring budgets are kept to
* Plan, implement and develop business growth strategy.
* Work with the rest of the operations team to meet financial targets.
* Review, implement and manage health and safety policy on site.
* Develop and maintain relationships stakeholders.
* Following HR and organisation procedures to ensure legal compliance in all areas of the business
We are really looking for a commercially aware and driven individual who will compliment our team and support them in developing the business and be a part of its success. The ideal candidate will be hands on, lead by example and act with integrity in everything they do.
* 2 years minimum in a management role with P&L accountability in a high-volume foodservice or catering establishment
* Demonstrative ability of financial and commercial awareness
* Must have been direct line manager for a team no less that 8
* Ability to effectively communicate and engage with customers, colleagues, and clients alike.
* Confident in using and adapting to IT systems
* Experience in managing Health and Food Safety in a food service environment
* Flexible and adaptable
* NVQ Level 3 or equivalent qualification in hospitality or management
What's on offer
A competitive salary between £30,000 and £35,000 per annum based on experience
As the site only operates between the hours of 9am and 6pm, a great work/life balance can achieved. (With the exception of events in the summer months but these are few)
Clear development opportunities and progression pathways