Assistant Restaurant Manager- NEW RESTAURANT OPENING

Company Name:
American Bread Company; dba as Panera Bread Company
Manager for new QSR Opening soon!!!
Job Description
Now seeking experienced and entry level Assistant Managers.
To qualify, you must be growth-oriented as we are an expanding multi-unit group, a hospitality specialist as we HIGHLY value our relationships with our guests, and most importantly, a Manager who leads through respect and integrity while maintaining our high expectations. Although experience in the standard restaurant management responsibilities is important to us in considering someone for employment, we are above all seeking Managers/Leaders who are ambitious and know how to build and motivate a team.
We are seeking Managers for our Moorestown, NJ opening.
Who we are: We are a national, multi-concept franchise group that owns and operates five franchises across the US. Although we have the experience and size to be considered among the larger franchise groups, we maintain the small, personal feel of a family company. Our people are not and will never be reduced to a mere social security number. As a company, we highly value self-expression and bring humanity and fun to the restaurant industry. We are a company of leaders who lead people and do not just manage food or labor because we know that if you treat your people right, the bottom line will follow. In summary, we are American Noodles and Co.
If you're looking to join a fast-expanding, multi-unit restaurant group, submit a resume directly to our Human Resources department at . Our Recruiter will contact those who qualify within three business days. (A more detailed list of qualifications is below.) We look forward to speaking to the best and brightest in the industry.
-2+ years of current or VERY recent restaurant management experience (corporate/chain management is preferred)
-Must live within 30 minutes of Moorestown, NJ
-Experience in a high volume, FULL SERVICE restaurant is preferred
-Must be a leader of people and experienced in training and people development

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