Bars Duty Manager
- Working within a team of casual Duty Managers and Supervisors you will be responsible for the operational management of the bars during shifts ensuring effective delivery of bars and event catering within Brighton Dome and Brighton Festival.
- You will be a confident and experienced bars professional who combines excellent customer service and people management skills with extensive experience of high volume bars and/or catering, including cash and stock control procedures.
- You’ll be enthusiastic and able to motivate a large team of staff to deliver high standards of customer service.
- You will create a positive and productive environment for staff and customers alike in our historic and vibrant venue where bars requirements change in line with the varied programme of events.
The Bars Duty Manager will work regular evening and weekends as part of a varied rota to suit event requirements. This is an annualised hours contract and the number of shifts worked per week will vary but the monthly salary will remain the same. You will work a total of 1040 hours (excluding holiday) across the year.
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