This 5-star restaurant is under a famous group, based in the eastern suburb of Sydney with lush gardens and a “Chiswick” styled vibe.
It is a 60-seater venue with a small bar, serving healthy and organic food. Although the team is fairly small, around 6-7 members including the bar staff, they are a professional and friendly bunch.
- Learn from the best in the business
- Join a top range venue and team
- Hatted chef focusing on healthy sustainable cuisine
You will be working closely with the restaurant manager and chef, who both have solid fine dining experience and are highly professional.
The chef has a hatted background and is an advocate for health and sustainable produce. As the assistant restaurant manager, you will be leading the floor team, rosters, guest service and relations.
There are a few events during the year, which you will oversee, as well as the everyday food and beverage services. This is a unique role where you will be hands-on and regularly in contact with the guests, tending to their needs and making sure they have an excellent experience.
To top it off, this is a big opportunity to learn business skills as you will be mentored in revenue, costing and other financial matters.
Meanwhile, the hours are around 45 a week for a salary of $60K+Super and tips. You will be taking home around $1100 per week after taxes. Tips here are between $100 and $200 a week, which is a good bonus.
Required Experience and Traits
- Previous work in a top quality venue or a 4 – 5 starred hotel
- Great communication skills
- Warm people’s person with outstanding guest relations
- Local wine knowledge is desirable
Benefits And Culture
- First class establishment
- Healthy and sustainable cuisine
- Lead the FOH team
- Mentorship opportunity
- Learn the business ropes – revenue, costs and finances
- Professional chef and GM
- $1100 net take-home pay per week
- 45-hour week
- Max $200 in weekly tips
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