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Restaurant Manager Pearl - Bonus, Benefits and 401K

Company Name:
Denny's
Job Description
Denny's is Now Offering a $1500.00 Employment BonusWhat does it take to be a Restaurant Manager with Dennys? You are a leader, hungry to win, constantly looking ahead. You are always moving, striving for more, determined to achieve greatness. You are open to fresh, innovative thinking. You believe we will succeed through teamwork, accountability and pushing the boundaries of ourselves and our brand. You have a Guests First mindset. You understand that our diners are more than just customers or consumers. They are our guests and we invite them into our homes with open arms. They are the very reason we are in business and they are the center of everything we do. You are a coach and trainer. You will help your General Manager attract, hire, develop, and retain hourly employees to build an engaged, high-performing team. You respect your crew and they respect you. You hold your team accountable, and address performance issues quickly. You are committed to quality. You will assist the General Manager by consistently ensuring Dennys brand standards for food and service are consistently upheld. You understand the importance of maintaining the restaurant and enforcing sanitary habits. You are involved in the business. You will assist the General Manager in interpreting financial and operational reports and schedules, working together to identify gaps in operating performance and develop solutions to achieve controllable profit goals. You are involved in your community, not only because those relationships will help drive sales, guest count, and profit for the restaurant, but because its important. You are the gatekeeper. You consistently monitor security procedures to protect our guests, employees and company assets. You are a negotiator. You are adept at resolving conflict, directing to the General Manager when necessary. You are a team player, ready to lend a hand without being asked. You are committed to and exhibit Dennys Guiding Principles when interacting with others. DENNYS GUIDING PRINCIPLES: Guests First Embrace Openness Proud of Our Heritage Hungry to Win The Power of We In exchange for all you bring to the table, we offer great benefits, many of which are available to you on your FIRST day of employment, including: Major medical, dental and vision plan Employee, spousal, and children's life insurance plan Long-Term and short-term disability 401(k) Plan Paid vacation and holidays Tuition reimbursement program Manager training program Opportunities for advancement within the organization And MUCH more!
Job Requirements
Its a great time to lead at Dennys! Are you ready for the challenge? Position Qualifications Three years of experience in restaurant, hospitality or retail management; additional operations and/or leadership experience strongly preferred Associates or Bachelors degree preferred or equivalent combination of education and experience Food Safety Manager certification required Able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, in the English language Values diversity and shows respect for others Proven ability to solve problems and handle high stress situations Capable of interpreting financial statements and understanding contributing factors Identifies and anticipates opportunities for improvement and implements corrective action steps Able to perform job duties of every position in the restaurant Must be prepared to multitask in accordance with the demands of the business Able to work weekends, holidays, evenings and additional shifts as needed Available to travel, including occasional overnight and airline travel when applicable License to operate an automobile without hours of operations restrictions Reliable transportation in order to meet banking obligations

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