• Strong gaming performer
  • Supportive group
  • Established business

The Venue

This is a non-pretentious, busy CBD venue that is close to the hustle and bustle of Chinatown. However, it is able to maintain that nice local feel. Also a part of the FAL Group, we are part of a well-established and trusted company. We have a small team of about 10 staff, so as with most roles, it’s hands-on. And we would love for an Assistant Manager to join us.

The Role

On your shift, your responsibilities include running the day-to-day of the venue, with emphasis on rostering, training and stock control. This is a professional environment that offers the candidate the chance to work with a very rewarding and progressive company.

You will play a key part in the motivation and development of staff, ensuring the smooth running of the venue and creating a great guest experience.

The Licensee and the rest of the team are very supportive and they will train you in all aspects of running a successful business.

Required Experience

This role is perfect for an Assistant Manager with experience in large multi-faceted venues. You will need to be hands-on and enjoy working in a busy, dynamic environment. Also, someone with experience in events operations and rostering for medium to large teams, as well as

  • Proven experience building, leading, managing, motivating and driving large teams to consistently reach targets
  • Savvy with administration and technology
  • Self-motivated and driven
  • Fantastic presentation and great communication skills.
  • The ability to think creatively and work autonomously

The Offer

This is a rewarding group. They are known for looking after their own and offering up to $70K+S for the right skills and experience.

The culture

FAL Hotels has three busy and well run, and respected venues in the CBD and Outer West.

They are looking to meet people that “get it”. Someone who wants to learn and fit in with their culture, with energy, initiative and perhaps ideas and plans that their previous boss told them are “too big to be reasonable”. They like people who think big.
A high performing humble leader who is not fazed by being thrown a curveball every now and then, “takes it on the chin” and comes up with a solution with no drama. Someone who notices the little things that are right, & offers praise, and the little things that are not right and moves into action. Organised yet thrives in chaos.
Getting the “fit” in your new job with the people and culture in business is so important. It is maybe the most essential part. They have spent time getting clear on their culture, and who they are, we are looking for someone who is going to slot in.
The right cultural fit means when you start your new job you feel like you have found “your people”. 

  • Accountability; See it, Own it, Solve it, Do it
  • Become part of the solution
  • Respect for others and their feelings
  • Act Now!
  • Ask the question: “What else can I do.”
  • Ask the questions: “What coaching do you have for me?” and “What can I do better?”
  • Personal ownership and pride
  • Reject average
  • Show others that you care

• Humble and down to earth

  • Humble and down to earth
  • Resourceful and savvy
  • Hard-working and adaptable
  • On the ball and a forward thinker.
  • Highly organised and can maintain high consistency in service
  • Can create calm and collaborative energy with their team

If this is you, get in touch and apply. If it’s not for you, let us ask for your help. Do you know someone who fits this description? Someone with that ‘extra something’ who may be ready for a new challenge?  If so, could you, please forward this on and encourage the recipient(s) to get in touch with us. We’d love to speak with them. Thank you in advance!

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