Restaurant Manager

Company Name:
Gecko Hospitality
Auburn, ME, US
$45,000 - $50,000
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Full service, national casual dining is looking for a Restaurant Manager. Excellent opportunity with growing company. Fun atmosphere, good pay, Iinsurance benefits start day one.Immediate opportunity for the right candidate.
They're one of the hottest concepts around. They offer lots of opportunities for enthusiastic people! It is a place that has a passion for food, for family, for sharing and for generosity. Here, the service is personal, all feel welcome, and every meal is a little celebration. We are rapidly expanding throughout the country and looking for Managers to grow with us!
The Restaurant Manager we''re looking for will support the General Manager in all aspects of shift management including: staffing, training, administration, and managing food and labor costs. We are looking for a restaurant manager with at least 2+ years recent full-service restaurant management experience.
Benefits include:
o Flexible Work Schedules
o Paid Training
o Paid Holidays
o Paid Vacation
o 401K With Company Match
o Medical/Dental/Vision Coverage
o Short/Long Term Disability Insurance
o Referral Bonus
o Meal Compensation
We''re looking for someone in Southern Mainethathas at least 2-3 years of recent restaurant management experience. For consideration, you must e-mail your resume directly to Brian Blum .
Gecko Hospitality has recently placed managers in positions such as General Manager, Assistant Manager, Restaurant Manager, Director of Operations, Area Director, District Manager, Sous Chef, and Shift Manager. These type of positions open up every day, and we are the first ones to know about them. Contact me for the latest opportunities.
401K Plan
Paid Vacation
Long Term Disability
Life Insurance
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