Food and Beverage Manager Job Description

Food and Beverage Manager Job Description

Food and Beverage Manager Job Overview

The food and beverage manager is responsible for ensuring the success of all aspects of food and beverage operations at a hotel. They oversee the food service, food preparation, and dining experience for every guest, hire, train, and manage departmental team members, design and implement new menus, and handle the operational budget. A food and beverage manager can work at a range of hospitality properties from a boutique bed and breakfast to a large resort.

Food and Beverage Manager Job Template

Food and Beverage Manager Job Summary

We are a highly-regarded hotel in our area on a mission to provide impeccable hospitality and service to every guest. We are looking for a driven, dynamic food and beverage manager to lead our staff to success. The ideal candidate should be a natural leader ready to command a world-class team, be well-versed in all aspects of hospitality management as it pertains to food and beverage, and possess an unwavering commitment to customer service and satisfaction. If you’re looking for an opportunity to step into a leadership role with high-growth potential in a fast-paced, energetic environment, we highly encourage you to apply.

Location

Ashburn, VA

Food and Beverage Manager Responsibilities

  • Manage all aspects of the hotel’s food and beverage department including budget, menu development, staff oversight, schedule, and customer service
  • Monitor and maintain product, supplies, and labor costs
  • Collaborate with our culinary team to design and implement new menus and appropriate pricing structures
  • Hire, train, and supervise food and beverage staff to ensure their performance adheres to a high standard
  • Implement and monitor operation schedules of food and beverage staff
  • Evaluate and regularly report on guest satisfaction and advise on improvements

Food and Beverage Manager Qualifications

  • High school diploma or equivalent, associate degree in hospitality management preferred
  • 3+ years in food and beverage management or supervision
  • Food handling license required
  • National food and health safety regulations knowledge
  • Extensive knowledge of the current culinary landscape and understanding of standard portion and plating standards
  • Excellent leadership, communication, and customer service skills
  • Experience with hospitality customer relationship management systems preferred

Food and Beverage Manager Compensation

$46,996 (National Average)

Expert Reviewed

Reviewed by hospitality expert Ernest Glidden on March 1, 2020.

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