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Assistant Restaurant Manager

Job Description

If you know the buffet/cafeteria industry, we want to know you.
Golden Corral is hiring in the Carbondale area. As the national leader in the buffet/cafeteria industry segment in sales and quality rankings for the last ten years, we are looking for strong, experienced, results-oriented managers. If you know what works within this highly competitive niche of the hospitality market, we are seeking the area's finest:
Assistant Restaurant Manager
Cape Girardeau, MO
Each of the ideal candidates will have an extensive restaurant management background, strong training and people skills, an outstanding customer service focus, and the proven ability to achieve sales and profit objectives. Our people are our strongest asset, and we want real managers--professionals who lead by example and inspire our team members to succeed. Additional requirements include:
oTwo or more years of related supervisory experience within the buffet/cafeteria-style restaurant industry
oNatural leadership qualities, including the ability to direct the team to accomplishment of long- and short-term objectives oThe demonstrated communication skills to interact seamlessly with the general public, as well as all staff members
oA friendly yet professional demeanor that provides customers with confidence that they will receive best possible dining experience
Experience the rewards of leadership.
Because of our strong industry-wide success, potential rewards for members of the Golden Corral team soar high above industry standards. We offer:
oCompetitive Salary
oBenefits Including Major Medical, Dental and Vision oPaid Training
oPaid Vacation
oSick Days
oAward-Winning 12-Week Training Program
EOE





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