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General Manager

Salary: £37000 - £37000
Job Type: Bar & Restaurant
Employment type: Permanent
Location: South East - Buckinghamshire
Reference: ka420
Expiry: 30/11/2019







I’m currently looking for a general manager with high volume branded food experience for a quality pub in the stunning town of Marlow, Buckinghamshire.


This pub offers good value and excellent quality pub-grub as part of its highly successful chicken and grilled meals concept, so offers quality rotisserie style chicken, jacket potatoes and traditional pub classics alongside the brewery’s own tasty ales.


Part of a family-run brewery group, you’ll have a love for quality produce, and excellent beverage knowledge. You’ll have the knowhow and knowledge to manage and drive forwards this business, which has enjoyed steady growth for many years now thanks to its settled and stable team.  Confidence, leadership skills, drive and strong focus on the customer experience are essential, and you’ll have an excellent personality to match, as well a streak of creative flare. 


I’m looking to speak to motivated individuals who are looking to make their next move, and continue with a fantastic company who rewards its staff for their efforts.


In exchange for your efforts you’ll be paid a salary of up to 37K (DOE) + bonus and be able to take advantage of the excellent onsite accommodation.


If you would like to know more information about the role please send through your CV.


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