Food & Beverage Operations Job Description

Food & Beverage Operations Job Description

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Food & beverage operations provides leadership through example in a unionized environment, consistent with prevailing collective bargaining agreements (typically based on experience in a unionized environment).

Food & Beverage Operations Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Complete fiscal budgets including revenue projection, ideal costs, and bottom-line results
Supervises and develops Food & Beverage Department staff
Stays abreast of culinary trends and client tastes
Convert Food & Beverage sales projections into an overall working plan for each event
Review the activities of each department and relate them to the overall goals and objectives
Oversee and provide input on kitchen layout for new facility including equipment, station diagrams, storage
Supervises FOH and BOH managers and supervisors on assigned shift touring the property on various days and shifts
Creates and assists with the analysis of F&B reports (Micros POS Report, CBORD Inventory Reports, Berg Reports, Kronos Timekeeping Reports, ) to continuously improve F&B efficiencies and/or maximize F&B profit (MIP)
Organizes the master Culinary Banquet Event Orders (BEO’s) for Culinary and Stewarding
Assist in filling schedule with appropriate coverage due to Sick Calls, no shows, additions or deletions to schedules based on Business volumes for Stewarding and Culinary

Food & Beverage Operations Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Licensing or Certifications for Food & Beverage Operations

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: HAACP, TIPS, F&B, CPSM, T.I.P.S

Education for Food & Beverage Operations

Typically a job would require a certain level of education.

Employers hiring for the food & beverage operations job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as University and Bachelor's Degree in Hospitality, Business/Administration, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Culinary, Food Service management, Education, Event Management, Management, MBA, Business/Management

Skills for Food & Beverage Operations

Desired skills for food & beverage operations include:

Brand specific service culture
Upscale environment
Collective Bargaining Agreements and the ability to manage a non-union and unionized workforce
Department of Health codes and guidelines
Equipment and operations standards
Facility management and local fire and building codes
HMSHost policies and product
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Desired experience for food & beverage operations includes:

Review and adjust daily payroll for Culinary & Stewarding according to the Policies and Procedures
Answer or forward all Executive Chef’s office inquiries and phone calls from colleagues, department heads, and guests
Ordering of Kitchen Equipment, Smallwares, through Birchsteet(purchasing system)
Sending daily specials and special menus for Holidays
Minor Food ordering for last minute changes, pop up and specialty items
Other job related duties as assigned by Executive Chef

Food & Beverage Operations Examples


Food & Beverage Operations Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is looking for a food & beverage operations. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for food & beverage operations
  • Partnering with Human Resources Manager and Training Manager to continuously train and develop all area teams
  • Administering performance evaluations, development recommendations and succession planning
  • Order supplies and maintain proper inventory controls
  • Provide direction and directives to the Food and Beverage leaders in the performance of their duties, establishing work priorities and in achieving management objectives
  • Implement Food and Beverage specifications as recommended by the Senior Vice President
  • Manage the cross-functional links between Corporate Food and Beverage and hotels
  • Support Food and Beverage leaders in determining staffing needs and oversee the recruiting, selecting, hiring, training and developing of property level departmental Team Members
  • Ensure staffing guides are written to the business forecast and achieve balance between guest satisfaction and profit goals
  • Provide input in the talent review process for all key Food and Beverage positions
  • Prepare and maintain operating budget
Qualifications for food & beverage operations
  • You MUST be enrolled in college AND get course credit
  • You must have a Responsible Service of Alcohol Certificate
  • Applicants must not have visa restrictions limited to less than 12 months
  • Bachelor's degree in Business, Hospitality Management or a related field
  • 2-year degree from an accredited university in Food Service Management (4 year degree preferred), Hotel and Restaurant Management, Hospitality, Business Administration, or related major
  • Running a shift, scheduling, Performance Manage PAF's, Problem Solving (Guest complaints

Food & Beverage Operations Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking to fill the role of food & beverage operations. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for food & beverage operations
  • The service of food and beverages at all events and functions including buffets, breakfasts, lunches, dinners, cocktail parties, morning and afternoon teas and any other functions which occur
  • Provide service in line with the Hilton Brand Service Standards, for various sized events
  • Conducts comprehensive evaluations of each provider’s kitchen and field operations, analyzes results and develops corrective action plans for performance failures with caterer management team
  • Analyzes performance trends and reports on flight attendant and customer data in regards to catering accuracy and service failures
  • Attends weekly operational meetings and serves as a liaison between local AA station management, Flight Service and the catering provider to resolve ongoing operational issues
  • Collaborates with Purchasing on catering bid strategies and cost cutting initiatives
  • Develops and implements alternative catering options as needed during off schedule operations and kitchen disruptions
  • Oversees catering support/coordination for charter flights as needed
  • Provides weekly reports on each catering provider’s performance within assigned region in regards to contractual metrics and performance
  • Owns the relationship with the most senior level client/partner contacts
Qualifications for food & beverage operations
  • BarArts
  • Beverage Certification
  • A minimum of 10 years previous experience as a Food and Beverage Manager
  • Certificate from college, technical school or accredited facility
  • Ability to travel extensively - 30 or more weeks annually
  • Running a shift, scheduling, , Problem Solving (Guest complaints

Food & Beverage Operations Job Description

Job Description Example
Our innovative and growing company is hiring for a food & beverage operations. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for food & beverage operations
  • Participates in and documents quarterly meetings with Partner during the off season at each location to strategically review business needs and client satisfaction
  • Prepares and participates in formal annual client presentations reviewing year-end and look-forward for each business within Division
  • Successfully retains all accounts by fostering strong professional and personal relationships with clients through strategic and innovative improvements
  • Focuses on business renewals, special projects and seeking new business streams and new client relationships
  • Has a presence at all major events within their Division
  • Establish training schedules on Jumeirah standard SOP’s
  • Participate in the preparation of the Annual Business Plan, and Sales and Marketing Plans to ensure food and beverage is adequately represented
  • Co-ordinate the organizational and administrative functions to ensure delivery of the strategy and compliance with Jumeirah standards
  • Initiate special promotions and activities that generate additional revenue and popular interest
  • Monitor service and food and beverage standards in all outlets and kitchens ensuring that managers take corrective actions as necessary
Qualifications for food & beverage operations
  • Demonstrated Strong Leadership, Organization and Communication Skills
  • Accountable for all restaurant operations, both in the front and back of house
  • Work with all General Managers and Executive Chef teams to ensure that all performance metrics are met, including top line sales, COGS, labor, and other expense categories
  • Ensure that all operations are staffed appropriately
  • Ensure that succession planning is a priority for all 4 wall staffing teams
  • Lead all training initiatives for all restaurants and be accountable for the implementation of those programs in the 4 wall operations

Food & Beverage Operations Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking to fill the role of food & beverage operations. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for food & beverage operations
  • Make recommendations for modernization of equipment, service methods, and presentation to improve guest satisfaction and profits
  • Ensure that each outlet is accounted for separately as an individual profit centre and is managed by a team who are accountable for their profitability
  • Monitor the profitability of all food and beverage outlets in order to provide solutions to improve problem areas and assist in implementing corrective measures
  • Set, in close conjunction with each F&B Manager and/or Outlet Manager, annual operating budgets which will form part of the Business Plan
  • Participate in public relations activities, sales calls or other promotional activities designed at enhancing the image and profitability of the Food and Beverage department
  • Personally and frequently verify that guests are receiving the best possible service available in order to make continuous improvement
  • Spend time in the operation to ensure F&B is managed according to standard across the portfolio
  • Frequently verify that the best products are used in the hotel operation to ensure guest satisfaction
  • Ensure that HACAAP and other local regulations are adhered to ensure the highest food hygiene standards
  • Conduct briefings for the General Managers and F&B executives on new hotel F&B concepts and philosophies and provide all pre-opening documentation
Qualifications for food & beverage operations
  • Work with Corporate and Culinary Directors to define restaurant opening plans, including timing, hiring, training, and opening teams
  • Partner with Finance in the development of budgets & be accountable for achieving those goals
  • Work with the entire team to develop and implement operational improvement plans
  • Manage the events team, establish & achieve annual goals and plans set with Finance
  • Work with Finance Director to define corporate reporting structures, roles and accountability
  • Conduct weekly corporate team meetings to ensure all plans, staffing strategies, projects, events, marketing plans, and opening programs are on track to meet execution expectations

Food & Beverage Operations Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is hiring for a food & beverage operations. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for food & beverage operations
  • Ensures quality control for guest experience and product development in a dynamic and innovative environment
  • Continually evaluates the quality of the “guest experience” through first hand observation, objective feedback and interaction
  • To assist and arrange task force needs for new hotel projects
  • Communicate with Accounts Payable in relation to payment issues
  • Assist General Manager with ordering and inventory control of all concession food, beverage and supplies
  • Manage summer stadium staff at Carson Park
  • Supervision of fan deck
  • Cleanup of stadium after Express games
  • To assist Executive Assistant Manager – F&B and Assistant Director of Food & beverage on daily operations
  • Responsible for the restaurant profit and loss and the sales revenue and member’s satisfaction
Qualifications for food & beverage operations
  • Previous management experience for two (plus) years required
  • Previous experience with Micros system or like system desired
  • Create customer feedback review plans and trends for all F&B operations, review with the appropriate General Managers and Executive Chefs and implement adjustments as required
  • Work with CDO on strategic growth strategies, organizational structure, restaurant opening strategies, succession planning/training, and new F&B initiatives
  • Candidate should have a proven track record of successfully managing and operating multi-unit culinary sites
  • Previous experience with new restaurant openings is required

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