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General Manager

Posted By: ShirazFNB

Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2012

Remuneration: $10,000.00

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General Manger/Head of Operations

Company:Shiraz FNB Pte Ltd
Main Function:Operation and Control of the F&B Dept
Office Location:Head Office Clarke Quay

-Must have sound knowledge and proven competencies in managing fine dining as well as fast food & beverage business operations for revenue growth,purchasing and inventory efficiency, optimising gross margins,budgetary cost and internal controls,increasing productivity of capital & human assets and operating profitability.
-Must have refined skills in leadership and integration,oral & written communications,supplier & public relations
-Must have proficiency in Windows Word,Excel,Outlook and Powerpoint.
-Additional:Wine Knowledge,Stock Control System and POS System.
-Basic proficiency in legal and HR issues with regard to hospitality industry.
-At least ten years in F&B Dept in addition to Management School with at least five years in a Management position.

-High School Diploma Required or equivalent
-College degree preferred
-Proof of eligibility to work in Singapore
-Medically Fit and no Police record
-35 years of age
-Presents a professional,neat and well-groomed appearance

-Sense of Accountability
-People Development Orientation
-Synergy in relationships
-Good Judgement and Proactivenes
-Integrity & Dependability

-All food and beverage outlet,central kitchen,storage and office fascilities

-Disciplinary procedures
-Maintaining standards
-Innovating standards

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