I am currently looking for an experienced General Manager to lead a busy premium pub, bar, and restaurant in a stylish venue, situated a stone's throw from Oxford's main theatres in the heart of the city centre,.
This site has everything a guest could wish for. With its comfortable and stylish corners, carefully selected wines, real ales and beers, and a menu that's bursting with moreish meals and plenty of sweet treats. It is the perfect place for your guests to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life, providing the ultimate backdrop to any social occasion.
The ideal candidate will be a proven leader who is prepared to challenge and develop an already fantastic team whilst delivering a stylish and fresh offering.
This is an amazing opportunity for a General Manager who strives for excellence and has a real love for all things hospitality. You will have a passion for great guest care, ensuring that your guests want to return time and time again.
You will be responsible for overseeing the delivery of all operations. Ensuring your guests are cared for to the highest standards. This includes, working towards and achieving business targets, you will be able to build a strong rapport with your guests, playing host to all of your customers.
You will also train, motivate and inspire your team to deliver an efficient operation using a tailored development framework and be responsible for the site's financial performance, which can lead to lucrative rewards and bonuses.
For the right person, the role offers a comprehensive induction and full training program to allow for future progression and development, a generous bonus scheme, a flexible benefit package offering high street discounts, pension, share options and discounts across the entire estate throughout the UK.
If this role sounds like your ideal challenge or next step and you closely meet the criteria above, do not hesitate to apply.
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