Top Assistant Restaurant Manager Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Assistant Restaurant Manager. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Assistant Restaurant Manager resumes they appeared on. For example, 13.5% of Assistant Restaurant Manager resumes contained Customer Service as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Assistant Restaurant Manager actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Assistant Restaurant Manager resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Created first impressions that increased customer loyalty -Scheduled and directed staff in daily work assignments -Developed and maintained exceptional customer service levels
  • Worked with upper management to develop restaurant policy that aided in maintaining a quality dining experience through good customer service.
  • Developed training and conducted team member training for such items as equipment operations, customer service, and sanitation responsibilities.
  • Configure server station charts to assure high degree of cost-efficient customer service; focus on customer problem-identification and resolution.
  • Provided exceptional customer service by delivering personal attention to residents and guests to generate loyalty and repeat clientele.
  • Enhanced my interpersonal communication and customer service skills when conversing with customers on a daily basis.
  • Improved productivity between shifts by maintaining a powerful focus on customer service and hospitality.
  • Ensured a safe workplace and pleasant customer service experience by adhering to all safety regulations
  • Provided customer service in a supervisory role with some human resource management experience.
  • Maintained exceptional customer service ratings for all dining operations for the company.
  • Developed and implemented successful operational procedures focused on providing exceptional customer service.
  • Delivered superior customer service that generated significant repeat and referral business.
  • Delivered high quality customer service by responding effectively to customer needs.
  • Demonstrated procedures to new recruits, developing their customer services excellence.
  • Managed restaurant policies and procedures, customer service, employment productivity.
  • Ensured efficiency in operation and high productivity, including customer service.
  • Received company honors from management and guests for superior customer service.
  • Manage excellent customer service to customer's handling escalated situations.
  • Provided effective customer service through catering orders through delivery cycle.
  • Achieved excellent performance record in customer service and sound management.

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2. Weekly Payroll

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Here's how Weekly Payroll is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Prepare weekly sales reports/labor budget and process weekly payroll to post to General Ledger.
  • Monitored employee hours to adhere to budget and generate weekly payroll.
  • Recorded, verified, and administered weekly payroll for all departments.
  • Managed staff schedule and prepared weekly payroll.
  • Assist with weekly payroll and reporting.
  • Manage weekly payroll for 15+ people.
  • Compiled and approved weekly payroll records.
  • Prepare weekly payroll for 30+ employees.

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3. Beverage Outlets

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Here's how Beverage Outlets is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Direct, schedule, train and counsel employees, and took ownership of the Food and Beverage outlets daily activity.
  • Directed overall strategy and day-to-day operations for all food and beverage outlets and oversee a staff of 40 employees.
  • Manage all beverage outlets including banquet beverage, IRD, Restaurant, Retail shop, and also lobby bar.
  • Organized the Food and Beverage outlets, staff, and products for the Pueblo Gem and Mineral Show.
  • Implemented a beverage requisition process for all Food & Beverage outlets to follow.
  • Supplied all food and beverage outlets with equipment, food etc.
  • Key Accomplishments & Duties Performed Managed daily operation of the Talisker Club Food and Beverage Outlets.

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4. Food Safety

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Here's how Food Safety is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Guaranteed above-average store inspections scores that exemplified store cleanliness, employee accountability, and food safety.
  • Supervised supply delivery and storage and performed maintenance checks to ensure food safety.
  • Maintained Illinois Food Safety certification.
  • Hired and trained new employees on all aspects of the company and food safety rules and policies and register software system.
  • Manage full kitchen operations; fully responsible for food safety and food quality standards self inspections of entire restaurant.
  • Coached and trained employees to follow all food safety and quality and cleanliness standards.
  • Maintained compliance with all food safety, health, and security requirements.
  • Monitored guest and staff safety through food safety standards and guidelines.
  • Make sure all employees are practicing food safety standards.
  • Lead daily shifts to ensure food safety and quality.
  • Follow food safety standards and comply with regulations.
  • Cooked food and completed food safety checklist.
  • Monitor food safety to ensure HAACP compliance Responsible for employee compliance of Safety and Sanitation protocols and performed routine audits.
  • Passed Applebee's Internal Food Safety And Standards Review Passed Food Safety Manager Certification.
  • Evaluate quality food products and procedures to make sure the 12 Food Safety Criticals Supervise employees.

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5. Guest Satisfaction

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Here's how Guest Satisfaction is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Achieved record profitability of restaurant and catering operations by cutting food and labor costs while increasing overall sales and guest satisfaction.
  • Promoted and ensured guest satisfaction by maintaining a strong team environment, emphasizing associate satisfaction and exemplary service delivery.
  • Balanced service with cost to ensure profitability while promoting guest satisfaction.
  • Commended for reconciliation of guest complaints and upholding guest satisfaction.
  • Successfully-implemented new procedures to increase revenue and guest satisfaction.
  • Analyzed services and maintained guest satisfaction.
  • Collaborated with the culinary team to implement new ideas to achieve higher levels of guest satisfaction and promote service excellence.
  • Trained, maintained quality assurance within the restaurant, banquet functions, and room service to ensure guest satisfaction.
  • Manage team of 15 support staff while ensuring all guest satisfaction factors are met and exceeded during each shift.
  • Maintained accurate payroll, billing, scheduling, inventory, ordering and receiving, maintenance, and overall guest satisfaction
  • Monitor overall operations of the restaurant including guest satisfaction, food quality, and ambiance.
  • Monitored and handled guest complaints by using the Power of One and ensuring guest satisfaction.
  • Ensured all team members delivered world-class service to ensure guest satisfaction and handled guest recovery.
  • Maintain knowledge of current sales and promotions to ensure guest satisfaction and handle their needs.
  • Increased guest satisfaction in the casual dining outlet by 6% year over year.
  • Boosted the Guest Satisfaction Survey scores for the overall restaurant functions in five months !
  • Played a key role in improving service by achieving the guest satisfaction survey score.
  • Created an associate retention program that increased guest satisfaction scores by 3 percent.
  • Increase sales by ensuring guest satisfaction and delivering a high level of hospitality.
  • Managed the service department; ensuring cleanliness, productivity and guest satisfaction.

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6. Food Preparation

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Here's how Food Preparation is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Managed peak restaurant operation periods focusing on customer service, food preparation, and quality management.
  • Monitored food preparation and health regulations.
  • Conferred with food preparation procedures.
  • Place advance orders for all food and beverages, supervise the food preparation to minimize waste, and ensure the quality.
  • Manage and supervise food preparation and staff, reconcile cash registers and cash deposits and the end and beginning of business
  • Control variable costs by actively managing daily labor, inventory, ordering, and execution of food preparation standards.
  • Supervised restaurant staff to ensure proper store opening, food preparation, food safety standards and store closing.
  • Monitored the cooking of soup and other food preparation as needed according to Health Department standards.
  • Monitored crew training, scheduling, food preparation, overall health and safety policies and procedures.
  • Performed food preparation and serving duties as necessary when the restaurant was short staffed.
  • Schedule staff for food preparation and service for a high volume food court buffet.
  • Ensured appropriate food preparation and fast friendly service, in a pleasing restaurant environment.
  • Manage catering events including booking events, food preparation and event set up.
  • Scheduled and coordinated employee shifts, food preparation, and bulk order calculation/completion.
  • Implemented a SOP system for food preparation to ensure consistency and customer satisfaction.
  • Cleaned food preparation areas, cooking surfaces, and utensils and re-stocked merchants.
  • Performed inventory, stock ordering, and food preparation on a daily basis.
  • Maintain standards in guest service and food preparation on a daily basis.
  • Full detailed training in daily store operations including all food preparations.
  • Assist in food preparation and other restaurant duties where needed.

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7. Daily Operations

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Here's how Daily Operations is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Maintained daily operations and support of restaurant including opening and closing duties.
  • Attend hotel executive committee meetings to discuss current productivity and daily operations.
  • Performed inventory audits to maintain equipment necessary for daily operations.
  • Assist Restaurant General Manager in daily operations and management duties.
  • Coordinated sales promotions, product inventory and daily operations.
  • Managed daily operations including monitoring labor usage, proper cash for servers, bartenders, cashiers, and daily liquor ordering.
  • Maintained South side of Commons food service area * Kept records of food vendors and ordered items for daily operations.
  • Monitored the daily operations of a Taco Bell that is projected to do $2.3 million in sales for 2015.
  • Assisted the owner in the daily operations of the restaurant until the owner decided to close the business down.
  • Coordinated between the front and back of house to ensure smooth effective running of the store in daily operations.
  • Maintain daily operations of the restaurant such as invoicing, ordering, inventory, scheduling, employee paper work.
  • Assisted in overseeing the daily operations of restaurant including cleaning, floor-plan layout, table setting and theme.
  • Managed the daily operations of the front of house, room service, line staff, and banquets.
  • Managed the daily operations of a 200 seat restaurant and the room service of an 800 room hotel.
  • Directed a staff of 30+ in daily operations serving a restaurant of 175 customers with a banquet facility.
  • Managed the daily operations of casual restaurant, fine dining restaurant, bar, and room service.
  • Led the daily operations of multiple Huddle House restaurants in the Atlanta, and Little Rock markets.
  • Managed daily operations to keep in compliance with all federal, state, local laws and standards.
  • Follow policies, managing daily operations, and planning the use of materials and human resources.
  • Managed daily operations and service standards for hotel's main dining room and lounge.

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8. Restaurant Operations

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Here's how Restaurant Operations is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Served as a trouble shooter/problem solver involving restaurant operations, especially in addressing customer related issues.
  • Directed all daily restaurant operations, monitoring food quality, service and staffing requirements.
  • Executed every aspect of restaurant operations from opening and closing Promoted to Printers Row.
  • Key staff member in leading restaurant operations during manager absence controlling day-to-day operations.
  • Managed all aspects of restaurant operations to achieve a profitable and successful business.
  • Worked closely with the General Manager and Restaurant Manager to manage restaurant operations.
  • Streamlined restaurant operations into more efficient and cost effective methods.
  • Hired and trained new staff while overseeing everyday restaurant operations.
  • Directed general restaurant operations with focus on customer service.
  • Assisted in aspects of restaurant operations and management.
  • Managed and controlled restaurant operations without direct supervision.
  • Trained employees and supervised all daily restaurant operations.
  • Executed hotel and restaurant operations and maintenance.
  • Supervised entire restaurant operations during shifts.
  • Assist in overseeing daily restaurant operations.
  • Managed daily restaurant operations and deliveries.
  • Managed daily restaurant operations * Hired, trained and scheduled a staff of 20-40 * Prepared inventory, labor and profit/loss reports
  • Managed total restaurant operations in areas of staff management, customer relations, inventory control, and small wares.
  • Oversee restaurant operations during scheduled shift; Ensure 100% customer satisfaction of food, service and image.
  • Worked from foundation of hotel to opening and day to day restaurant operations thereafter for this 5 star property

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9. Ensure Food Quality

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Here's how Ensure Food Quality is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Partnered with the kitchen to ensure food quality, menu adherence, proper plate presentation and delivery to guest.
  • Conducted routinely screening to ensure food quality and 100% customer satisfaction.
  • Inspected food each day before opening to ensure food quality.
  • Deal with Customer Service Issues Ensure food quality is the best it can be.
  • Create schedule for servers and bartenders - Supervise employees and activities of restaurant - Ensure food quality, cleanliness and customer satisfaction

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10. Room Service

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Here's how Room Service is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Received management training for two family style restaurants, restaurant bar, housekeeping, banquet, room service and front desk.
  • Operated within the hotel food and beverage outlets including the main three-meal restaurant, room service department and banquets department.
  • Performed all tasks related to the operation of the Casual Restaurant, Specialty Restaurant, Lobby Lounge and Room Service.
  • Served as Assistant Restaurant Manager and oversaw a 24-hour room service operation within a business and tourist class hotel.
  • Manage full service restaurant, Characters Sports Bar & Grill, and room service with revenues of $2M.
  • Supervised 4 fine dining rooms, coffee shop, buffet, 2 fast food restaurants, and room service.
  • Make dining room, room service and lounge schedules according to budgeted labor through expected sales volumes.
  • Managed coffee shop, buffet, room service, and Flamingo Room (fine dining).
  • Provided direction and direct supervision of various meal periods and room service on a daily basis.
  • Supervised day-to-day shift activities of the Restaurant, room service and Bar Outlet(s).
  • Supervised Restaurant and Room Service staff to ensure high quality food, presentation and guest service.
  • Managed restaurant, room service, and food and beverage operations for a 347 room hotel.
  • Interacted effectively with other departments (room service, stewarding, and other outlets).
  • Directed all aspects of fine dining and casual restaurants, room service, and bar.
  • Handled room service calls and ensured orders were accurate, well presented and prompt.
  • Managed staff of the hotel for restaurant, lobby bar, and room service.
  • Assist host or hostess by answering phones to take reservations for room service orders.
  • Manage room service operations which includes high profile amenities for celebrities and VIP guests.
  • Supported The Bowery Hotel guest staff, assisted with room service and lounge.
  • Issue: Front Desk, Food and Beverage Department, or Room Service.

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11. Labor Costs

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Here's how Labor Costs is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Count register at the end of shifts, train new associates, hire new associates as needed, manage labor costs.
  • Regulated the entire departmental budget, revenues, and expenses to improve the overall F&B and labor costs.
  • Ensured compliance with professional standards in the areas of guest relations, labor costs, restaurant safety, and sanitation.
  • Assisted in the scheduling of F&B personnel, prepared forecasts, monitored labor costs and adjusted accordingly.
  • Ensured compliance with prescribed standards and local state and federal laws in labor costs, and guest relations.
  • Avoid waste by keeping food, beverage, and labor costs under control by matching the previous day.
  • Assisted in determining restaurant's financial goals through labor costs, gross profits, and operational costs.
  • Controlled labor costs, monthly and annual budgets and successfully surpassed sales each and every year.
  • Worked to increase sales and minimize food, beverage, supply, utility and labor costs.
  • Assigned all shifts and positions, improved food and labor costs and controlled kitchen production.
  • Hired trained and supervised front of house employees while maintaining labor costs within budget.
  • Control over budgeted labor costs, all while ensuring adequate staffing levels are maintained.
  • Schedule staff according to the needs and am keeping an eye on labor costs.
  • Optimized profits by controlling food beverage and labor costs on a daily basis.
  • Enforced and implemented effective controls of food, beverage, and labor costs.
  • Maintained time data and input data into labor spreadsheets to track labor costs.
  • Reduced labor costs by 35 percent while maintaining excellent service and profit levels.
  • Maintain budget guidelines for both food and labor costs.
  • Controlled food, beverage, and labor costs effectively.
  • Lowered labor costs by as much as 8%.

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12. Inventory Control

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Here's how Inventory Control is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Supervised food and beverage operations, ensure stock management, inventory control and accounting procedures were performed.
  • Improved inventory control by streamlining forms and organizing storage systems.
  • Inventory Control and Procedure in accordance with military requirements.
  • Perform inventory audits and maintain regular inventory control.
  • Ensured that inventory control procedures were maintained.
  • Maintained inventory control and facility status.
  • Managed inventory control and keeping.
  • Assisted in monitoring inventory control.
  • Manage and execute all aspects of the day to day operations of the restaurant, purchasing, inventory control and scheduling.
  • Turned first ever profit after six weeks of focused attention to training, menu planning, and inventory control.
  • Assist with staffing, creative marketing techniques, scheduling, full service bar inventory control and management.
  • Participated in overseeing inventory control, ordering and food quality control of food products.
  • Ordered daily supplies for the bar and assisted in inventory control for the restaurant.
  • Manage and coordinated work schedules, inventory control, equipment and supply purchasing.
  • Recommended and prepared budgets, inventory control, accounting records.
  • Maintain inventory control, purchase supplies and restaurant goods.
  • Coordinated with the chef in procurement and inventory control.
  • Purchased beer & liquor, maintaining effective inventory control.
  • Major focus on Inventory control and labor management.
  • Inventory control, Service and high standards.

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13. Food Cost

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Here's how Food Cost is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Reduced food costs after identifying and eliminating inventory issues such as excess ordering, poor storage and inefficient waste management.
  • Managed inventory decreasing food cost dramatically.
  • Awarded restaurant manager position within two years reduced food cost from over 5% to a consistent 3.8% or below!
  • Meet and exceed weekly sales goals by maintaining high an immaculate store, labor cost control and low food cost.
  • Supervised staffing, inventory, training of management and crew members, and food cost controls.
  • Estimate food consumption/food cost & paper cost, place orders with suppliers and schedule delivery.
  • Worked to control food cost and labor cost, keeping them below the company standard.
  • Monitored and made appropriate adjustments to employment and inventory levels and food cost controls.
  • Developed and managed the build-to ordering system which lowered food costs and product waste.
  • Designed cookbook in order to deliver a consistent product along with controlling food costs.
  • Monitored revenues and food cost levels for all managed food and drink service areas.
  • Conducted weekly product inventory ensuring consistent standards with minimal waste & lower food costs.
  • Maintained a 2 - 2.5% food cost variance from start of business
  • Maintain the most consistent targeted labor and food cost in company history.
  • Worked with food cost, food ordering, inventory management, etc.
  • Staff supervision, food cost control and built new wholesale accounts.
  • Maintained a 25% food cost and16% labor every week.
  • Meet and exceed monthly goals, manage labor and food costs.
  • Maintained a satisfactory level of all food costs and labor costs.
  • Maintained financial records of payroll, food costs and supplies.

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14. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Provided management training programs and coached staff members in their professional development.
  • Conduct quarterly performance evaluations for staff members.
  • Excelled in customer service by leading all staff members with a positive, energetic, and committed work ethic.
  • Coordinate appearances for staff members at events such as local sporting events, car shows, fundraisers, etc.
  • Motivate, mentor and coach staff members to maximize their potential, excel and work together as a team.
  • Make sure staff members in the kitchen and front of the house perform their jobs correctly.
  • Screened, hired, trained, scheduled, and controlled labor for 40+ staff members.
  • Worked closely with golf staff members to prepare for daily lunch and dinner rushes.
  • Trained new staff members and coached existing staff on how to best serve customers.
  • Train staff members to deliver quality service and assist manager with hiring process.
  • Managed staff members throughout the shift and provided them with constructive feedback.
  • Handled all activities for Dining Room operations while governing staff members.
  • Cross-trained and provided back-up for all staff members when needed.
  • Schedule maintenance for 50+ staff members using HotSchedules.
  • Conduct review and counseling to staff members
  • Coached and lead 75 staff members by offering constructive feedback and taking interest in their long-term career growth.
  • Trained and supervised 8 - 10 restaurant, bar, and kitchen staff members.
  • Conducted daily pre-shift meetings with staff members and set daily goals for the staff.
  • Support office operations with a strategized planning system for scheduling staff members.
  • Supervised a team up to 30 staff members.Skills UsedStrong leader.

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15. Customer Complaints

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Here's how Customer Complaints is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Prepared sales and customer relations reports by analyzing and categorizing sales information and investigating customer complaints and service suggestions.
  • Mitigated customer complaints; ensured national labor requirements and OSHA compliance.
  • Resolved customer complaints, managed advertisement and sales.
  • Mitigated customer complaints to maintain good customer relations.
  • Communicated with guests & handled customer complaints/comments.
  • Resolved customer complaints regarding food quality.
  • Deal with day to day tasks such as, handling customer complaints and resolving the situations.
  • Greeted guests, stopped by tables to check on service, and resolved customer complaints.
  • Handled heavy cash flow including deposits as well as schedules, customer complaints and staff.
  • Answer telephones and give information to callers, take messages and handle customer complaints.
  • Created Hospitality Manuals /SOP's Resolved customer complaints about food quality or service.
  • Listen to and resolve customer complaints to restore and promote good public relations.
  • Increased guest retention by 27% through researching and resolving customer complaints.
  • Resolved customer complaints regarding food service in order to insure repeat business.
  • Trained staff in customer care and attended to customer complaints.
  • Zero customer complaints received in 7 years.
  • Supervised employees and assisted with customer complaints.
  • Handled customer complaints concerning food service.
  • Addressed any customer complaints or problems.
  • Managed and resolved all customer complaints.

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16. Special Events

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Here's how Special Events is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Assisted with special events to ensure effectiveness and profitability..
  • Supervised personnel during regular dinner service and special events.
  • Coordinated special events to enhance customer relationships.
  • Assisted F&B managers in the planning and execution of all special events such as holiday brunch and private parties.
  • Supervised personnel in activities such as communicating with staff with regard to special events, house counts, and daily reports.
  • Suggested and implemented several marketing initiatives, including special events with live music, poker nights, and trivia nights.
  • Worked as part of a team during special events to help see significant financial gains during those peak times.
  • Increased sales in catering by locating and contacting commercial businesses around the Denver metro area for special events.
  • Organized special events in the restaurant, including weekly themes, promotions and corporate cocktail dinner.
  • Managed restaurant team of twenty to drive sales, market special events and monthly promotions.
  • Supervised all kitchen staff as well as wait staff during dining hours and special events.
  • Work with current and prospective clients on creating special events and oversee execution of operations.
  • Promoted special events to prospective customers for weddings, receptions, birthdays and fundraisers.
  • Inform and prepare staff on new programs or special events as they develop.
  • Collaborated with the Executive Chef & Banquet Department for high volume special events.
  • Provided back-up supervisory assistance for evening, weekend shifts and special events.
  • Supported requirements for special events, functions, and other promotional programs.
  • Organize special events, entertainments and food festivals to attract more customers.
  • Helped plan, coordinate and implement special events and holiday functions.
  • Increased revenue through creating seasonal restaurant and signature special events.

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17. Bank Deposits

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Here's how Bank Deposits is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Closed out register, finalized credit card activity and prepared bank deposits at the close of each business day.
  • Assumed responsibility for cash for all shifts including bank deposits and ensuring that all cash procedures are properly adhered to
  • Cash handling and bank deposits were part of my requirements for my position which was done daily.
  • Handle check runs, bank deposits and change order reports daily.
  • Prepared daily or nightly bank deposits.
  • Completed end-of-day financials and cash reconciliation; completed daily bank deposits.
  • Reconcile credit card terminal Balance cash and make bank deposits Prepare purchase orders for kitchen sustenance supplies

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18. Service Standards

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Here's how Service Standards is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Establish operational strategies to meet quality and customer service standards.
  • Maintained and improved 4 diamond guest service standards for the property and consecutively raised guest survey scores for three separate outlets.
  • Manage the day to day operation of the store including ensuring customer satisfaction, food quality, cleanliness and service standards.
  • Insure high quality of dining experience for all guests through continuous training of our staff on menu and all service standards.
  • Achieve consistent high standard service and implement service standards and train all new employees joining the team.
  • Assisted in training of F&B staff, especially service standards and steps of service.
  • Ensured that the Nugget's 5 star guest service standards were consistently met with every guest.
  • Train staffs on HACCP, food service standards, leading and developing people and manpower support.
  • Assist Manager in overseeing all day to day operations, ensuring service standards are met daily.
  • Trained, coached and mentored staff to ensure guest service standards were consistently met.
  • Maintained exceptional customer service standards via walk-in, phone, and Single Table reservations.
  • Coordinated work schedules and oversaw the quality of service standards and sanitation practices.
  • Developed and implemented service standards for all front of the house employees.
  • Lead the team in serving customers according to speed of service standards.
  • Trained and mentored all associates in service standards and protocol.
  • Maintain service standards and reach customer satisfaction.
  • Evaluated and Maintained Inventory and Cost Controls and processing Operational Reports Developed and Implemented Training Programs for Service Standards
  • Maintained service standards through extensive training Exceeded guest expectancy by supporting a rhythmic balance between front and back of house
  • Motivated team members and improved service standards and guest satisfaction scores reflected in guest comments in Medallia surveys.
  • Maintained and edited employee time clock Monitored and enforced service standards daily.

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19. POS

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Here's how POS is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Bar Manager Responsibilities: Utilize management skills by ordering product, overseeing work staff and maintaining positive customer relations.
  • Maintained positive associate relations with all associates within the restaurant and continuous communication with all members of management.
  • Position assisted in ensuring guest and associate satisfaction was achieved while maintaining the operating budget.
  • Develop a positive working relationship with all shipboard departments to facilitate a team oriented atmosphere.
  • Served as assistant to the restaurant owner and ensured a consistently positive customer experience.
  • Communicated with restaurant patrons to address concerns and create positive and enduring relationships.
  • Contacted university alumni and raised funds for undergraduate programs and build positive relations
  • Experienced in accounts payable/receivable, invoicing, preparing deposits, and reconciliations.
  • Interacted positively with customers while promoting Sea World activities and services.
  • Provided effective security handling of company funds and daily cash deposits.
  • Conducted candidate interviews for hiring purposes and supported candidate selection process.
  • Cash management included preparing bank deposits and updating sales reports.
  • Create training manual for Bartender-Cashier position, designated trainer.
  • Communicate effectively with all staff with positive reinforcement.
  • Reason for Leaving Looking for a Hotel Coordinator position
  • Make daily monetary deposits at local financial institutions.
  • Managed cash reconciliation and handled bank deposits.
  • Completed daily deposits and maintain company programs.
  • Inventory control/purchase with electronic scanning POS.
  • Complete cash opening/closing procedures and bank deposits

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20. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Enforce established food safety procedures.
  • Ensured that proper security and safety procedures are in place to protect employees, guests and company assets.
  • Manage assigned shits; trained and educated staff on all personnel policies, security and safety procedures.
  • Work as the supervisor to all types of restaurant services, employee and food safety procedures etc.
  • Ensured proper sanitation and food safety procedures were met to comply with the Arkansas Dept.
  • Enforced state health and safety procedures so that food is safe to serve for customers.
  • Ensured that all the Health and Safety procedures were followed.
  • Make sure employees are following correct food safety procedures.

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21. High Volume

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Here's how High Volume is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Administered opening and closing procedures of high volume restaurant.
  • Key Results: * Directed wait staff, cooks, dishwashers and hostess in a high volume Greek style restaurant.
  • Managed daily operation of a high volume, quick service restaurant in excess of $1 million in annual revenue.
  • Hired, scheduled, trained and maintained a staff of 20 servers in a fast-gourmet high volume establishment.
  • Served as acting manager during high volume shifts, and closed down restaurants on a daily basis.
  • Oversee all phases of business management and profitability with this high volume trendy restaurant.
  • Assisted owner in daily activities of a very high volume Greek American restaurant.
  • Manage operations of two high volume restaurants and staff of over 80 professionals.
  • Supervised front of house operations for high volume, fine dining restaurant.
  • Handled high volume back office and front of house work with precision.
  • Managed high volume store and crew while Maintaining excellent customer service.
  • Co-managed a high volume Burger King Restaurant with 40+ employees.
  • Lead 20 employees in a high volume casual dining restaurant.
  • Operated and managed a high volume Little Caesars Pizza restaurant.
  • Managed team members in fast paced, high volume restaurant.
  • Provided quality service for a high volume employee dining hall.
  • Maintain appropriate levels of inventory in high volume setting.
  • Work very well in high volume restaurants.
  • Manage operations for high volume restaurant.
  • Assisted manager in day to day operation of high volume 200 seat restaurant.

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22. Company Policies

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Here's how Company Policies is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Executed company policies and procedures.
  • Adhere to all company policies and procedures and making sure that the staff does as well.
  • Developed and Maintained a staff that provide hospitable, professional service while adhering to company policies.
  • Monitored the training and development of managers and crew as to adhere to company policies.
  • Ensured that all company policies and procedures are adhered to on a daily basis.
  • Supervised, managed and trained over 50 employees on company policies and hazard procedures.
  • Complied with Federal, state and company policies, procedures and regulations.
  • Maintained and trained company policies to all new hires.
  • Enforce all company policies as well as applicable laws.
  • Enforced company standards, company policies and procedures.
  • Insure Adherence to All Company Policies.
  • Meet company policies while pleasing customers.
  • Supervised and guided employees to perform job duties Up-held and enforced all company policies and insured all safety regulations where performed.
  • Formulated and enforced company policies,and procedures and quality assurance measures to benefit our company's business and growth.

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23. Customer Relations

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Here's how Customer Relations is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Demonstrate skills accommodating private parties featuring corporate heads; credited with high degree of diplomacy resolving problems without sacrificing customer relations.
  • Managed the restaurant administration function, operational performance reporting and advised senior management on maximizing business and customer relationships.
  • Performed facility maintenance; developed good customer relations; and made arrangements for special occasion activities.
  • Manage customer relations including establishing and maintaining high level of relationship with customers.
  • Provided excellent service to customers while building long-term customer relationships.
  • Oversee all aspects of business operations, directly manage staffing and training with an emphasis on superior customer relations.
  • Developed and facilitated strong customer relations with guests to ensure the highest level of dining experience.
  • Inventory control, promotional campaigns, staff schedules and customer relations.
  • Maintained excellent employee and customer relations at all times.
  • Maintain customer relations Assist waitresses and cooks with operational procedures.

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24. FOH

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Here's how FOH is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Supervised FOH staff to include assigning workstations, side duties, wrote performance evaluations as well as disciplinary measures as necessary.
  • Worked with FOH restaurant Manager to interview and hire new employees not only for the restaurant, but also for banquets.
  • Oversee FOH staff to ensure successful meal services for up to 180 people.
  • Scouted, recruited, hired, and trained the entire FOH staff.
  • Produced and implemented all FOH systems and order guides.
  • Recruited, hired and trained 20 FOH personnel.
  • Completed weekly FOH scheduling of 30 employees.
  • Trained and hired FOH employees.
  • Promote FOH events, specials, etc.
  • Train all new FOH employees.
  • Managed FOH Staff of 25.
  • Controlled and managed liquor, beer, and wine costs, managed FOH and bartended.

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25. Sales Goals

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Here's how Sales Goals is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Promoted team building and a fun work environment keeping moral high and meeting set sales goals.
  • Designed and executed plans to meet sales goals and to further develop increased business.
  • Build sales and maximize profits by setting clear sales goals for cashiers.
  • Achieved exceptional safety record while exceeding all production and sales goals.
  • Supervised all staff while maintain sales goals and labor budgets.
  • Achieve operational and sales goals through effective management of the service team.
  • Exceeded drive- thru sales goals and customer satisfaction goals.

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26. Product Quality

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Here's how Product Quality is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Managed and monitored product quality and service and satisfaction trends, evaluate address issues and make improvements accordingly.
  • Scheduled and received food and beverage deliveries, checked delivery contents to verify product quality and quantity.
  • Managed daily operations including staffing, scheduling, organization and product quality.
  • Coordinate and follow up corrective action activities concerning product quality issues.
  • Managed food safety and product quality monitoring.
  • Interacted with guests in order to obtain feedback on product quality and service levels; effectively responding to any problems.
  • Managed day-to-day shift duties to ensure standard product quality and cleanliness was being met and exceeded by all staff.
  • Balanced service and product quality with cost to ensure profitability to the restaurant.
  • Supervised 25 employees in customer service, productivity, and product quality.
  • Maintained product quality, friendly service and cleanliness in the restaurant.
  • Enforced FIFO with inventory to ensure product quality and customer satisfaction.
  • Maintained control over product quality and loss control.
  • Maintain product quality to a high standard.
  • Managed shifts, which included: daily decision-making, scheduling, and planning while upholding standards, product quality and cleanliness.
  • SERVE SAFE CERTIFIEDResponsible for operational efficiency and creating a relaxed environment where service delivery and product quality is second to none.
  • Ensured excellent guest satisfaction in terms of finest service and product quality.

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27. Cost Control

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Here's how Cost Control is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Assisted Restaurant Manager in reviewing all operational expenses and managing restaurant cost controls.
  • Directed all Front of House/Back of House daily functions, including inventory as well as food and labor cost controls.
  • Assisted Restaurant Manager in operations including cost control, staffing, and training new employees including future Team Leader's.
  • Directed 25+ employees and co-managed P&L, sales, inventory, guest relations and cost controls.
  • Assisted in labor cost control, trained new hire employee according to company's standard and policy.
  • Executed essential tasks of restaurant operation including scheduling, accounting, cost control and food safety.
  • Directed employees and managed P&L, sales, inventory, merchandising and cost controls.
  • Maintain budget and employee records, prepare payroll, cost control, menu design.
  • Exceeded company objectives with cost control measures by ensuring accurate par levels were standard.
  • Maintained and exceeded budgeted business goals through product and labor cost controls.
  • Analyze cost control and translate it into strategic plans to reduce waste.
  • Managed a budget and cost controls to increase revenue and profitability.
  • Utilized cost control skills in budgeting and calculations of labor.
  • Enforce cost control procedures and monitor waste and breakage.
  • Transferred to several units to solve cost control problems.
  • Keep beverage par levels and liquor cost control.
  • Labor cost controls, sales forecasting.
  • Increased profitability of highest revenue Starbucks in area through implementing more effective cost control measures and people management systems.
  • Worked with the Let-Us entertain you organization on implementation of resturant Zoning, Cost controls and Organization.
  • Control inventory, monitor foodproduction, and cost controls.

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28. Weekly Schedules

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Here's how Weekly Schedules is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Prepared weekly schedules and generated financial reports.
  • Produce weekly schedules for 30+ employees, monitor labor costs and sales to make appropriate adjustments based on needs and goals.
  • Assigned stations daily for a staff of 8 to 10 servers and provided their weekly schedules.
  • Controlled labor cost, inventory, employee weekly schedules and cross-trained 55 employees.
  • Assist in the preparation of weekly schedules and forecasts.
  • Managed, planned and assigned daily and weekly schedules.
  • Generated weekly schedules for the staff.
  • Manage a staff 12 employees Prepared weekly schedules, in addition to payroll, inventory, and ordering liquor and supplies.
  • Utilized financial management skills to create annual operating budgets, monthly forecasting, and weekly schedules.
  • hired, supervised, trained staff, made weekly schedules for 20 plus employees.

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30. Company Standards

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Here's how Company Standards is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Relayed important information to the F&B team regarding changes in policies, procedures, and or company standards.
  • Ensured company standards on equipment, facilities, and grounds are maintained by using a preventative maintenance program.
  • Adhere to a company standards and service levels to increase sales and minimize cost.
  • Maintain labor according to company standards.
  • Ensured company standards were consistently met.
  • Maintained company standards at all times

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31. Micros

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Here's how Micros is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Lead on transition from Squirrel POS to Micros POS; I programmed the entire system.
  • Implemented and trained line staff on new Point of Sale System (MICROS).
  • Monitored and controlling Micros system in appliance to guest checks and hotel reports.
  • Operated ACR computer program, developed basic knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Contributed to the upgrade and implementation of the new Micros Symphony system.
  • Worked as a Micros property expert and oversaw all programming and reporting.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel.
  • Monitor and maintain the MICROS POS system.
  • Assisted with implementing new Symphony Micros System.
  • Reprogramed MICROS for new restaurant opening.
  • Organized schedule for 25 servers *Gained working knowledge of Micros POS System *Maintained inventory records

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32. Crew Members

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Here's how Crew Members is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Hire train and coach all crew members including cash handling, food handling, proper prep portions and use of equipment.
  • Assisted Restaurant Manager with all aspects of the food service operations, including overseeing all other managers and crew members.
  • Communicate the goals of the company and department and the action plans to the crew members.
  • Managed over 35 crew members and shift managers production and procedure execution on daily basis.
  • Assist with reviewing time clock sheets to ensure accuracy of pay for crew members.
  • Schedule crew members according to business levels and monitor overtime.
  • Manage up to 25 crew members on a given shift.
  • Trained and developed shift leaders and crew members.
  • Trained, monitored, and evaluated crew members.
  • Recognize restaurant crew members for their accomplishments.
  • Assisted in the supervising of crew members.
  • Hire and train new hourly crew members.
  • Monitor restaurant crew members performance.
  • Maintained and coordinated employee schedules * Trained new crew members that were hired.
  • Assist the general manager * Help develop crew members * Oversee the duties of the employees
  • Manage inventory, stocks and supplies Recruiting, training and developing qualified crew members Manage staff Delegate tasks

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33. Appropriate Action

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Here's how Appropriate Action is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Take appropriate actions to turn dissatisfied guests into return guests.
  • Continuallymonitored restaurant and took appropriate action to ensure food quality and service standards were consistently met.
  • Counseled employees through employee relations issues, recommending appropriate action that aligned with management standards and organizational procedures.
  • Respond to complaints, taking any and all appropriate actions to turn dissatisfied guests into return guests.
  • Open and close the restaurant, review all transactions, guest comments, and take appropriate actions accordingly to company policy.
  • Communicated any problems to the Restaurant General Manager, so the appropriate actions can be taken.

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34. Staff Training

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Here's how Staff Training is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Provided staff training to deliver outstanding customer service.
  • Staff training, scheduling, payroll, cost control, private event execution, maintenance of wine cellar.
  • Manage operations that include staff training, provisions for talents and performers, communications and reports.
  • Managed staff and staff training, preparing work schedules and assigning specific duties.
  • Facilitate staff training in correct service methods, wine service and customer relations.
  • Staff training and appraising, etc Follow company standard and procedures.
  • Assisted with staff training, meetings, scheduling, and payroll.
  • Assist in staff training and lead in wine presentation and education.
  • Provided service staff training, standards in hiring and scheduling.
  • Provided wait and kitchen staff training for multicultural workforce.
  • Created a staff training program to increase wine sales.
  • Implemented staff training on daily product knowledge.
  • Staff training, recruiting and scheduling.
  • Conduct daily pre-shifts meeting and regular staff training meetings.
  • Order handling, Staff Training Hygiene Coordinator
  • Staff Scheduling Employee Feedback Promotion Planning Staff Training Inventory Control

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35. Inventory Management

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Here's how Inventory Management is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Provided financial reporting, inventory management and software support services for restaurant owner.
  • Exercise cost controls and inventory management for all aspects of restaurant operation.
  • Skilled in inventory management to include ordering and corresponding paperwork.
  • Inventory management of all products with responsibilities of weekly orders.
  • Assisted the Executive Chef with stewarding duties and inventory management
  • Executed business functions associated with operations management, P&L management, inventory management, and cost containment.
  • Assisted restaurant manager in managing staff, payroll, inventory management, and all areas of customer.
  • Lead Line cook *Inventory Management *Purchasing/ Deliveries *Quality/ Cost Control *Kitchen Supervisor

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36. Weekly Inventory

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Here's how Weekly Inventory is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Assist General Manager with opening and closing responsibilities, including nightly paperwork & weekly inventory.
  • Performed daily and weekly inventory and supply/food orders Performed daily and weekly statistical assessments.
  • Prepared labor schedule Purchased weekly Audited Weekly Inventory Interviewed and hired employees
  • Participated in weekly inventory taking of food and alcohol.
  • Assisted the general manager with monthly and weekly inventory and ordering of food, liquor and dry goods.
  • Managed the food, beverage, supply procurement and vendor negotiations through the handling of weekly inventory.
  • Conducted daily inventory for critical food items and weekly inventory of all items in the restaurant.
  • Complete product orders, weekly inventory, trouble shooting and weekly management reports.
  • Conduct daily and weekly inventory counts to include over and short calculations.
  • Perform weekly inventory count and assist in placing weekly food/supply order.
  • Placed all food and product orders, and performed weekly inventory.
  • Prepared and maintained daily and weekly inventory and supplies.
  • Complete reports in a timely manner (cover count report, weekly inventory reports, manning reports, etc.)

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37. BOH

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Here's how BOH is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Managed FOH and BOH operations to ensure maximum efficiency and seamless service for a $6 million/ year outlet.
  • Assisted in all aspects of restaurant and banquet facility relating to FOH and BOH
  • Manage Restaurant, FOH and BOH as well as all paperwork and filing.
  • Checked BOH for food quality, steady sanitation, and presentation.
  • Involved with staff training and motivation both BOH and FOH.
  • Supervised all restaurant staff in BOH and FOH.
  • Hired as a Back of the House (BOH) Manager to oversee the kitchen staff.
  • Assist GM for food production and services from FOH & BOH.
  • Train FOH and BOH employees in all areas.
  • Lead teamwork between BOH and FOH.
  • Run both FOH and BOH.
  • Managed a stand alone restaurant, supervised both FOH and BOH.Supervised and assembled employees documents.

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38. Service Staff

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Here's how Service Staff is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Maintain contact with cashiers to ensure correct policies and procedures for check handling/closing followed by service staff.
  • Maintain scheduling for the cooking, cleaning, and service staff of the all the outlets.
  • Managed 30-person team of cooks and service staff for a casual dining restaurant.
  • Supervised the food service staff to ensure a high level of quality service.
  • Hired, trained, supervised and schedule kitchen and service staff.
  • Managed a full service staff, ensured efficient and friendly service.
  • Trained and developed the service staff to Westin Hotels & Resorts standards.

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39. Ensure Compliance

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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Developed, mentored, hire and terminate employees to ensure compliance to company standards.
  • Assigned task to ensure compliance in food safety and quality control.
  • Oversee employees to ensure compliance with service and food safety standards Training specialist in charge of hiring, training and scheduling employees
  • Delivered training on new products, guidelines/legislation and processes for all employees to maximize operational performance and ensure compliance.
  • Support General Manager in completing store administrative duties and ensure compliance with established policies and procedures.
  • Developed monthly and annually budgetary forecast for all departments to ensure compliance with corporate guidelines.

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40. Monthly Inventory

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Here's how Monthly Inventory is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Performed monthly inventory, weekly scheduling and responsive actions to customer complaints.
  • Conducted bi-monthly inventory check and purchasing.
  • Completed monthly inventory to ensure proper purchasing and par levels were kept.
  • Perform weekly and monthly inventory to control food lost.
  • Completed monthly inventory in Bobs and In Room Dining.
  • Assisted management with monthly inventory and stock control.
  • Serve Safe Certified Restaurant Supervisor Weekly orders Monthly Inventory Hiring Kronos MMS Schedules Coaching Counseling Disciplinary actions
  • Assisted with the monthly inventory of all equipment, and utensils as it related to the Food and Beverage Department.

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41. High Standards

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Here's how High Standards is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Maintained high standards in sanitation and safety and complied with a high standard of regulatory guidelines.
  • Maintained high standards of food, service, health and safety.
  • Maintain high standards of restaurant, interior, extrior, food quality sanitation, cleanliness, and facility management.
  • Collaborated with team members which maintained a high standards of service.
  • Designed and implemented quality assurance measures to maintain high standards and business retention.
  • Recognized for achieving consistently high standards of food and beverage quality, while managing service and marketing activities to maximize profitability.

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42. Financial Transactions

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Here's how Financial Transactions is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Performed clerical duties regarding financial transactions and data entry.
  • Resolved problems, Sales and financial transactions, Placed orders and served food, and Supervised employees.
  • Handled a range of financial transactions on a daily basis and involved with cash budgets.
  • Handled financial transactions, customer service, scheduling, and staff supervision.
  • Keep records of financial transactions for establishment.
  • Managed and submitted payroll for 20+ employees Entered financial transactions and deposited cash receipts for $2,000+ Interviewed and recruited employees

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43. Staff Scheduling

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Here's how Staff Scheduling is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Coordinated staff scheduling to maximize productivity and ensure a pleasant dining experience for guests.
  • Staff scheduling, payroll, and training with extensive guest interaction in a fine dinning restaurant.
  • Assist with staff scheduling, communication between the associates and management.
  • Conducted staff scheduling, evaluations and assisted in hiring as required.
  • Provided recommendations on staff scheduling to contain labor costs.
  • Administered payroll and staff scheduling.

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44. Staff Hours

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Here's how Staff Hours is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Open and close Restaurant daily Schedule staff hours and assign stations and duties.
  • Scheduled staff hours and assigned work duties.
  • Supervised billing and reported daily sales, guest counts, and staff hours to Food and Beverage Manager.
  • Schedule staff hours and assign duties.
  • Scheduled staff hours and assigned work duties.
  • Scheduled staff hours and assigned duties; hired and trained staff; evaluated employee performance; resolved personnel problems.

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45. GM

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Here's how GM is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Exercise discretion and independent judgment in facilitating zone management (Hospitality, Guest Relations).
  • Administered personal judgment when making decisions regarding store operations.
  • Weighed, measured, and mixed ingredients according to recipes or personal judgment, using various kitchen utensils and equipment.
  • Use relevant information and individual judgment to determine whether events or processes comply with laws, regulations, or standards.
  • Reported to the GM with responsibilities for, staff members, daily sales, labor, and schedules.
  • Assisted the GM in enforcing compliance with government regulations, employment law, food safety and workplace safety.
  • Analyzed profitability of sales to specific market segments and constructed marketing and sales plans to further improve profits.
  • Exercise good judgment, discretion, tact and courtesy in the handling of confidential and sensitive matters.
  • Supported the GM in ensuring delivery on guest satisfaction through managing the daily operation of the restaurant.
  • Report to GM and act as a leis-on when GM is not present in store.
  • Performed the duties of the Restaurant General Manager when RGM was not available or off premises
  • Analyzed systems and procedures with the GM for continual improvement of earning goals.
  • Worked with the GM on weekly inventory and purchasing of food and liquor.
  • Created weekly employee and management work schedules with direction from GM.
  • Networked and maintained business relationships within and outside of MGM Grand.
  • Assisted the GM and KM with day to day operations.
  • Assisted in operations and responsibility during the high GM turnovers.
  • Prepared inventory statements and weekly budgeting for the GM.
  • Assist GM to manage everything in the restaurant.
  • Exercised independent judgment and initiative for 50+ banquets.

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46. Marriott

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Here's how Marriott is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Attended the Marriott Management Program through MCRB.
  • Rated #1 in customer satisfaction for overall breakfast in Marriott nation wide.
  • Company: Anchorage Marriott Downtown Tel: [ ] Reference Type: Professional
  • Awarded Employee of the Month of the Westchester Marriott Hotel 2003, 2004.
  • Supervised the day-to-day activities of Shift Supervisors and other non-management associates of a 4-Diamond Autograph by Marriott hotel.
  • Evaluated, formatted several lesson plans to assure proper implementation and execution of the Marriott International standards.

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47. Performance Reviews

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Here's how Performance Reviews is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Conducted performance reviews and terminated employees as necessary.
  • Manage all employee staffing needs (including but not limited to): interviewing, training, scheduling and performance reviews.
  • Participated in HR module, hiring, coach and counseling, performance reviews to establish goals.
  • Conducted yearly job performance reviews of all service staff and mentored career growth and development.
  • Conduct regular performance reviews to elevate and develop further employee skills and knowledge.
  • Performed monthly employee performance reviews and counseling for up to 15 employees.
  • Interviewed, hired, trained, and administered performance reviews.
  • Conducted performance reviews and progressive counseling sessions Supervised employee relations to include recruiting, training, payroll, and scheduling.

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48. Financial Statements

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Here's how Financial Statements is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Utilize Point of Sale system to generate forecasts and budgets, analyze financial statements, and create action plans.
  • Assisted in preparation for monthly financial statements and with accounts payable and receivable.
  • Review financial statements, inventory and sales.
  • Reviewed daily revenues, accounts transactions and adjustments, statistical information, purchase commitments and monthly financial statements.
  • Ensured preparation of timely and accurate quarterly audited financial statements for SEC and Mississippi Gaming Commission quarterly reports.
  • Executed weekly financial statements including profit center inventories, reconciliation, and profit and loss statements.

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49. Sanitation Standards

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Here's how Sanitation Standards is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Create programs including ongoing training, side work and deep cleaning schedules to uphold health, safety, and sanitation standards.
  • Ensured the compliance of company and government sanitation standards regarding the cleaning of dining area, kitchen and equipment.
  • Maintained the cleanliness and sanitation standards of the restaurants by routine checkup of the cleaning done by facilities staff.
  • Managed the quality of foods and high sanitation standards of the equipment and the restaurant environment.
  • Maintain for safety and sanitation standards.
  • Demonstrated genuine hospitality while greeting and establishing rapport with guest Maintained high standards of cleanliness and sanitation standards.

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50. Positive Atmosphere

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Here's how Positive Atmosphere is used in Assistant Restaurant Manager jobs:
  • Promoted a positive atmosphere and ensured customers received excellent service.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Assistant Restaurant Manager

Customer Service17.6%
Weekly Payroll9.7%
Beverage Outlets8.7%
Food Safety8.1%
Guest Satisfaction6.7%
Food Preparation6.4%
Daily Operations5.7%
Restaurant Operations5.1%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Assistant Restaurant Manager

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Customer Service
Customer Service
13.5%
13.5%
2
2
Weekly Payroll
Weekly Payroll
7.5%
7.5%
3
3
Beverage Outlets
Beverage Outlets
6.7%
6.7%
4
4
Food Safety
Food Safety
6.2%
6.2%
5
5
Guest Satisfaction
Guest Satisfaction
5.1%
5.1%
6
6
Food Preparation
Food Preparation
4.9%
4.9%
7
7
Daily Operations
Daily Operations
4.4%
4.4%
8
8
Restaurant Operations
Restaurant Operations
3.9%
3.9%
9
9
Ensure Food Quality
Ensure Food Quality
2.8%
2.8%
10
10
Room Service
Room Service
2.6%
2.6%
11
11
Labor Costs
Labor Costs
2.4%
2.4%
12
12
Inventory Control
Inventory Control
2.3%
2.3%
13
13
Food Cost
Food Cost
2.3%
2.3%
14
14
Staff Members
Staff Members
2.2%
2.2%
15
15
Customer Complaints
Customer Complaints
2.1%
2.1%
16
16
Special Events
Special Events
1.8%
1.8%
17
17
Bank Deposits
Bank Deposits
1.7%
1.7%
18
18
Service Standards
Service Standards
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
POS
POS
1.5%
1.5%
20
20
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
1.3%
1.3%
21
21
High Volume
High Volume
1.2%
1.2%
22
22
Company Policies
Company Policies
1.2%
1.2%
23
23
Customer Relations
Customer Relations
1.2%
1.2%
24
24
FOH
FOH
1.1%
1.1%
25
25
Sales Goals
Sales Goals
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
Product Quality
Product Quality
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
Cost Control
Cost Control
1%
1%
28
28
Weekly Schedules
Weekly Schedules
1%
1%
29
29
Menu Items
Menu Items
1%
1%
30
30
Company Standards
Company Standards
0.9%
0.9%
31
31
Micros
Micros
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Crew Members
Crew Members
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Appropriate Action
Appropriate Action
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
Staff Training
Staff Training
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Inventory Management
Inventory Management
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Weekly Inventory
Weekly Inventory
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
BOH
BOH
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Service Staff
Service Staff
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Monthly Inventory
Monthly Inventory
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
High Standards
High Standards
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Financial Transactions
Financial Transactions
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Staff Scheduling
Staff Scheduling
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Staff Hours
Staff Hours
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
GM
GM
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Marriott
Marriott
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Performance Reviews
Performance Reviews
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Financial Statements
Financial Statements
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Sanitation Standards
Sanitation Standards
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
Positive Atmosphere
Positive Atmosphere
0.5%
0.5%

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