General Manager Designate
Harvester are currently looking for driven General Manager Designates around Fleet. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is looking to work and be trained to the highest standards within a brand as big as Harvester. This is a very exciting opportunity to join the Harvester team and the wider Mitchells & Butlers group.
What you’ll do in this role
You’ll be responsible for managing and training your team to consistently deliver attentive customer service, whilst meeting your businesses targets. Your attention to detail means that you’re on top of every element of running your business from front of house and kitchen, through to staffing, inventory, entertainment, local marketing and finance. You’ll spend 3 – 6 months training and working in sites in the area to gain an understanding of our pubs before starting in a business of your own.
Before applying for this role please ask yourself - is this you?
• Have you got the financial acumen to ensure your business hits its targets?
• Do you have a passion for delivering great service?
• Do you have the confidence, energy and charisma to inspire and lead a large team?
What we’ll offer
As well as offering an attractive General Manager Designate salary, this role delivers bags of job satisfaction that you get from leading and developing your team, delighting guests and working in an energetic environment, together with a host of benefits you’d expect from being part of the UK’s largest managed pub and restaurant company which includes professional qualifications, holidays, pension and Sharesave Scheme.
A bit about Harvester…
There’s always a happy family buzz about Harvester, and this friendly, vibrant atmosphere can really help your career take-off. Develop your skills by preparing and serving a great range of delicious grills, spit roasts, farm assured chicken and fish. Learn how to keep the whole family happy with special ‘Young Guest’ dishes, kids activity sheets and the famous ‘unlimited visits’ Harvester salad bar.
You will also be required to hold a full driving licence and must also have continued and unlimited access to a vehicle.