Brampton Studio Manager

Thursday, 7 November, 2019
anonymous    
Stellenbosch  

Key Performance Areas        

·       Managing the venue as a retail extension of the brand in the form of wine tastings, wine sales & wine education, communication and consumer experience;

·       Achieve targeted sales and maintain costs in line with the agreed budgets;

·       Basic management of venue, i.e. overhead stock control, cash management (including petty cash), cleaning & preparation at opening and closing;

·       HR Management - recruitment, training, discipline and performance against established standards;

·       Responsible for staff roster and proper rotation within budget;

·       Reconcile cash sales with system every day;

·       Preparation of annual budgets in conjunction with Finance and GM: Consumer Experience Division;

·       Menu planning & compilation in conjunction with our Executive Chef.

·       Source menu items, kitchen equipment and identify suppliers.

·       Implement and manage all aspects of kitchen duties.

·       Maintain optimum stock levels as per POS system;

·       Stock control and rotation of food & menu items.

·       Ensure kitchen health & safety compliance to regulations are upheld.

·       Ensure proper safety standards are upheld;

·       Upkeep and maintenance of the condition of all equipment, fixtures and accessories;

·       Manage consumer complaints with urgency and sensitivity;

·       Managing bookings & correspondence timeously;

·       Prepare & submit month end report, including sales, activities & variances;

·       Oversee relevant Markets, Attend Festivals & Wine Shows;

·       Promoting sales and events on all related platforms and keep Digital Marketing Manager updated;

 

Candidate Requirements:

·       At least 2- 3 years management experience in Hospitality Industry;

·       Good management and communication skills;

·       Attention to detail;

·       SAP experience advantageous.

 

PLEASE SUBMIT APPLICATION to

recruitment@dgb.co.za by no later than Friday 15 November 2019.