Farmhouse Inns

General Manager - Nationwide

Competitive Salary & Bonus Scheme
04 Jan 2017
04 Feb 2017
Job Type
Full Time

General Manager, New Builds - Nationwide


New Year New Career

We are on the lookout for friendly, passionate, high volume professionals who have previous experience in running a large team and a complex food operation to a high standard to join the 'Cream of the Crop' and open our amazing New Build sites in 2017!

We are looking for people who love busy pubs & restaurants and amazing their guests with fantastic service to open our exciting new build sites. We can offer a challenging, yet rewarding environment and a supportive team. We pride ourselves on the culture of our teams and helping everyone to bring the best out in one another, to grow stronger together and to deliver amazing service to our guests.

Are you?

  • Experienced in a large branded food-led sites in a senior management role
  • Enthusiastic, honest and hard working
  • Customer focused
  • Constantly looking for ways to grow their business without compromising quality
  • A confident ambassador for the company and excited to take on the challenge to make a real difference by not only leading a strong team but also being part of it!

Can You?

Inspire your team members by coaching and training to ensure they reach their full potential while constructing a succession plan for the future

Inspire only the highest of standards while managing the business effectively

Express an instinct for quality service and don’t compromise for the easy option while encouraging the same in your team.

What we can offer you

  • Competitive Salary & Bonus Scheme
  • Pension Scheme
  • Private Medical Cover
  • Share-Save Scheme
  • Childcare Vouchers
  • 33% Greene King Discount Card (for all managed pubs including Local Pubs and brands such as Hungry Horse, Eating Inn, Old English Inns and Loch Fyne)
  • Excellent Training and Career Progression opportunities across a range of impressive brands and businesses

If so apply today to join the ‘Cream of the Crop’