Food And Beverage Manager

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Food And Beverage Manager Job Description


Job Title: Food and Beverage Manager




The Food and Beverage (F&B) Manager is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the food and beverage department in a hospitality establishment. The F&B Manager ensures that guests receive high-quality service and that the establishment's revenue goals are met.


Key Responsibilities:


• Managing the food and beverage department by overseeing the operations of the kitchen, restaurant, bar, and other F&B areas.


• Developing and implementing strategies to meet revenue goals and increase profitability.


• Recruiting, hiring, and training staff members, and conducting performance evaluations.


• Scheduling staff and managing labor costs.


• Ensuring that food and beverage offerings meet or exceed guest expectations.


• Maintaining high levels of cleanliness and sanitation in all F&B areas.


• Developing and implementing policies and procedures for the food and beverage department.


• Developing and maintaining relationships with suppliers and vendors.


• Ensuring that all regulatory requirements related to food and beverage service are met.


• Developing and managing the budget for the F&B department.


• Analyzing sales trends and adjusting offerings as needed.


• Ensuring that all equipment in the F&B department is properly maintained and serviced.




• Bachelor’s degree in hospitality management or related field.


• At least 5 years of experience in F&B management.


• Strong leadership and team management skills.


• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.


• Ability to work well under pressure and in a fast-paced environment.


• Strong financial management skills.


• Knowledge of food safety and sanitation regulations.


• Ability to develop and implement effective strategies to increase revenue and profitability.


• Ability to develop and maintain strong relationships with suppliers, vendors, and other stakeholders.


• Proficient in Microsoft Office and other relevant software.


• Must be available to work flexible hours, including evenings, weekends, and holidays.