Communication, documentation, maintaining high standards and supporting the unit manager are key in every aspect of the assistant manager role. The core areas being:
Training and Development of Staff
Processes and Practices
We are looking for applications from candidates with a proven track record working at a supervisor level and above in a catering environment. The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate the ability to manage a team and should be enthusiastic about working in the fish and chip industry, preparing and serving our National Dish.
You must demonstrate excellent kitchen skills and have the ability to train and develop the skills of junior staff. You should also be able to work in a fast-paced environment ensuring that high standards are achieved in every aspect of the business.
You will be expected to have a practical working knowledge of IT systems, be able to maintain and record daily reports and be a good communicator.
The Assistant Manager must be able to take charge of all aspects of the unit in the absence of the Unit Manager.
A more detailed Job Description will be provided to those applicants who progress to interview.
All new members of the team receive initial induction training within their unit. This covers important areas such as health and safety and wellbeing, food safety, brand standards, our menu, customer service, and company policies and procedures.
Training is delivered through in-house courses, job shadowing with a mentor, on the job training, 1-to-1 sessions, e-learning courses, training booklets and field trips.
Our training plans are tailored to your specific job role and cover everything you’ll need to know.
External courses are also available.