Food Service Manager Job Description

food service managersFood service manager essential career information:

  • 2012 median pay: $47, 960
  • 2012, number of jobs: 189, 510
  • Employment growth forecast, 2010-2020: -3 percent
  • Entry level education requirements: High school diploma or equivalent

Food service managers; what they do:

If you enjoy restaurant management, customer interaction, and the food services industry, then food service management may be in your future. A food services manager wears many hats; they ensure customers are satisfied, oversee daily restaurant operations and occasionally serve food and drinks to patrons.

A food service manager career involves reviewing daily food and beverage inventory, restaurant equipment and supplies and overseeing culinary preparation and meal quantity. A food service manager career also includes complying with all health codes as well as employee and food safety.

Food services managers hire and fire employees and make sure employees receive training. A food services manager career also involves finding resolutions for any customer complaints, designing and planning employee schedules and duties and reviewing all payroll, budget and financial transactions. Professionals in food service management also design and implement employee performance and patron service standards.
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Food service managers job titles:

  • Catering Manager
  • Food and Beverage Manager
  • Restaurant Manager
  • Food Service Director
  • Kitchen Manager
  • Banquet Manager
  • Food Service Supervisor
  • Restaurant General Manager
  • Director of Food and Beverage
  • Food Service Manager

Restaurant managerFood Service Managers Education, Certification and License Requirements

Individuals typically do not need a college degree to begin a food service management career. However, increasingly employers seek candidates with some postsecondary education and training. Many food service management companies and national restaurant chains recruit at college hospitality and food management programs. Technical schools and community colleges provide training for individuals interested in a food service manager career.

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