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Restaurant Supervisor Jobs
If you have several years of on-the-job experience in one or more aspects of restaurant work, you can aspire to become a RESTAURANT SUPERVISOR.
|What are Working Conditions for Restaurant Supervisors?
Restaurant supervisors typically work in a restaurant that is part of a chain, although some work for large owner-operated establishments. Most restaurant workers are not unionized, so hours of work and rates of pay are governed only by federal and state law and prevailing practice in the locality.
|What do Restaurant Supervisors Do?
A restaurant supervisor oversees both back-end and front-end operations, and is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the restaurant’s day-to-day operations. Duties include:
Customer service management
Responding to management
Qualities that an employer looks for in a restaurant supervisor include:
- Decision-making skills
- Personnel management skills
- Customer service skills
- Time management skills
- Basic budgeting and accounting skills
- Report-writing skills
To become a restaurant supervisor you must have worked your way up until you have gained enough experience to qualify for a supervisory position. A high school diploma and one or more specialized vocational certificates or diplomas in hotel and restaurant management may help to shorten the time it takes to reach the desired level.
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