Career outlook for restaurant manager
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Currently employed in Scotland
What's it like?
You would run a restaurant so that customers can enjoy delicious food and good service. You’d be responsible for making sure that the restaurant runs efficiently and makes a profit.
You could work in:
- Small independent restaurants
- Restaurants that are part of a large chain
- Fast food outlets
- Advertise vacancies and recruit staff
- Make sure staff are fully trained
- Keep staff motivated to provide the highest standard of service
- Organise staff shifts and rotas
- Order supplies
- Monitor and control finances
- Ensure strict hygiene, health and safety rules are followed
If you own the restaurant, you would work closely with the chef to select recipes and create menus.
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