Assistant Manager

West Midlands
up to £24,000
11 Oct 2016
08 Nov 2016
Job Type
Full Time

Take a fresh new look at Harvester!  Harvester Restaurants are changing and we are looking for dynamic Assistant Managers for the West Midlands to join a group of like-minded individuals to bring Feel Good Dining to the Nation! You will relish the opportunity to work with the General Manager to lead, inspire and coach the team in our bid to become market leaders. We have an ambitious investment strategy and a will to win.

Assistant Manager role:

  • Deputising for the General Manager
  • Lead the team in delivering an excellent guest experience
  • Training and development of the team

What we look for in an Assistant Manager:

  • At least 6 months experience in a supervisory role
  • Hospitality, leisure or retail experience
  • Ability to role model our values and brand standards
  • Passionate about great service
  • Enjoys and wants to be an active member of a team
  • Great eye for detail
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work calmly under pressure
  • Skilled in organising and planning
  • Excellent verbal communication
  • An understanding of what amazing guest service looks like

What we can offer you:

We can offer you a personalised induction based on your current skills and knowledge, then set you some tailored goals within our S.T.A.R. development programme. This will help you progress to the next level, and beyond.  Besides this you will have the opportunity to develop your career to some of our other excellent brands in Mitchells & Butlers.  


  • Up to £1,500 bonus potential per annum
  • 20% off in ALL our businesses for you and up to 5 friends
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Pension
  • Option to opt in to some of our share schemes (e.g. Free Shares Plan)
  • Shopping discounts with many UK leading retailers
  • Discount on shoes for work
  • Flexible shifts
  • Up to 28 days holiday
  • Optional funded dental cover
  • Chance to earn extra money with our Referral Scheme