Assistant Manager Opportunity! Waggon and Horse, Congleton, salary up to £30K, plus tips and benefit package.
We are unable to provide sponsorship so applicants need to have eligibility to work in the UK!
Plus, all of this!
· Live in available
· A 25% discount on food, drink, and accommodation through the employee discount card
· 50% off food during shifts
· Exclusive discounts at over 800 retailers through our employee reward scheme
· 28 days paid annual leave and holiday pay.
· Access to a NEST pension
· Ongoing personal development and career progression
· Access to fully paid apprenticeships for your team
· Access to wellbeing and mental health management programmes
· Access to ‘healthcare cashplan’ via BAR – affordable monthly medical cover for dental, optical, and other medical / consultation treatments
Our Amazing Pub!
The Waggon and horses has been beautifully refurbished and has a whole new look and feel with a complete refurbishment of the pub, restaurant, and bedrooms. The Waggon and Horses sits in the heart of the countryside in the village of Eaton, between Congleton and Macclesfield. The surrounding area is a haven for visitors who wish to explore the fantastic countryside from stunning countryside to historic towns and family attractions.
Step inside this country pub and you will find open fires, homecooked, traditional pub food and six beautifully refurbished en-suite bedrooms. The rooms include a fully accessible ground floor bedroom, twin rooms suitable for business guests and dog friendly rooms.
There is an extensive outdoor area, complete with children’s play area, and a campsite that will reopen after refurbishment.
The Assistant Manager role
As an Assistant Manager you will support the General Manager to lead the team to drive sales across all areas the business. If you’re experienced at coordinating great teams in the hospitality or catering industries then read on, you won’t be disappointed!
The ideal Assistant Manager will have experience in all aspects of working in a high-volume food-led operation, including management of a large team. As well as supporting the training and development the team to reach their full potential, you will inspire and nurture the next level of management.
You will have a passion for fresh quality food and a sound knowledge of real ales. With an enthusiastic and vibrant personality, you will have the willingness to ‘role your sleeves up’ and muck in - no job is too small, especially during busy service periods when it's all hands-on deck.
Keeping up to date with licensing legislation and taking legal responsibility for the premises, along with ensuring all health and safety requirements are maintained is essential. Experience in managing Best Practice operations and Cellar Management is also a must. Previous relevant experience in the hospitality industry is a pre-requisite.
Would you prefer to work within a family business where your voice is heard? Robinsons is one of oldest and most respected names in British brewing history with a range of unique and award-winning pubs, inns and hotels across the Northwest, North Wales, and Cumbria.
If you are looking for a career with a progressive company, taking on interesting and exciting challenges each day, then get in touch today!