Front of House Manager (Hospitality Manager)

TopGolf - Bridgeville, PA3.9

30+ days ago
Overview
What You’ll Do

The Hospitality Manager leads our team in providing best-in-class, off-the-chart, rockstar-level service with hospitality for our Guests. By working with, training and coaching our Associates; the Hospitality Manager drives the highest level of service to ensure our Guests have the best time of their lives.

Hospitality Managers also have general operational responsibilities related to running the venue (opening/closing, managing shifts, etc.) but they make sure these never interfere with the Guest experience.

Additionally, Hospitality Managers may be responsible for overseeing other specific business functions. This might include (but would not be not limited to) hiring, scheduling, Associate development and training, ordering and inventory management, facilities maintenance, and marketing.

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Key Responsibilities
How You’ll Do It

Supervise the team in providing best-in-class service on a daily basis
Coach and develop the team and drive Associate engagement
Uphold operating procedures and service and safety standards, especially Guest Satisfaction
Ensure all Guest areas are staffed and functioning efficiently
Delegate tasks
Demonstrate Topgolf’s Core Values: Fun, One Team, Excellence, Edgy Spirit and Caring
Focus on business metrics to drive performance
Maximize profit and revenue
Perform other operational duties as assigned by your manager
Key Qualifications
What We’re Looking For

5+ years of restaurant, hotel or golf course management experience with at least 1 recent year as an Assistant General Manager or General Manager with a restaurant, hotel, or golf environment
High school diploma or equivalent
Excellent communication, time management and organization skills
Ability to work on a team
Energy and enthusiasm
A high level of self-awareness, receptivity to change and integrity
Ability to work in extreme weather conditions for extended periods of time
Availability to work varied shifts, including evenings, weekends and holidays
Ability to stand and walk for long periods of time including maneuvering up and down stairs
Ability to obtain required licenses and certifications for your location