Birtley St. Josephs' Catholic Club and Parish Centre
Assistant Manager for Parish Centre/Bar : 25 hours per week.
We serve the Parish of St Joseph's of Birtley and the wider community and we are currently looking for a confident, passionate and customer focused Assistant Manager for our Parish Centre and Bar to lead our friendly team at the Catholic Club.
As a Parish Centre and Bar Assistant Manager you will be supporting the effective operation of all areas within the Parish Centre. You, together with the Manager, will lead a Bar Team and Cleaning Operatives. Supporting development is key to being a successful Manager and you will monitor your teams progress and develop their skills ensuring a high level of customer service throughout the Centre. Our Managers must be confident, and driven to provide a quality, yet relaxed style of service. You must lead by example with a keen eye for detail. Previous experience as a Bar Manager or similar is preferred along with a hands-on, “can do” attitude.
You will be required to :
Have a Good overall knowledge of the industry
Manage, Motivate and Train staff to a high level
Promote and Drive Sales
Ordering and managing stock rotation
Capable of spotting and growing business opportunities
Organize venue events
Use social media platforms to promote the business
What we will offer our Assistant Manager in return
A competitive salary package
Work/life balance. 25 hour contract
20 days holidays per year plus public holidays.
Please send your CV with a covering letter outlining why you think you are suitable for the job to addressed to the secretary, no later than 21st May 2021.
Please note, if you do not hear from us then your application has not been successful.
Equal opportunities employer. We aim to be an equal opportunities employer and we are determined to ensure that no applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, age, disability, religion, belief, sexual orientation, marital status, or race, or is disadvantaged by conditions or requirements which cannot be shown.