Utilise your hospitality experience to be involved in the creation and management of a cafe/bar at an iconic Melbourne landmark.
This iconic St Kilda landmark is opening a hipster café by day and pop-culture bar by night providing quality coffee, wine and cocktails and will become the new go-to venue in the area.
We are on the lookout for a passionate Café/Bar Manager to oversee all areas of daily operations. As the Café/Bar Manager you will be expected to take a hands on approach to your role, leading your team to continue their excellent work in producing refreshments and great customer service in the area.
The position will entail:
This role will be a mix of days and nights and will require weekend work.
If you are a passionate hospitality professional who prides yourself on providing above and beyond customer service; is able to get the best out of your team; who is enthusiastic about great coffee, wine and cocktails and have a knack for pleasing your locals…. This is the role for you.
In return you will get the opportunity to be involved the creation of a café/bar associated to an iconic landmark and be involved in making the space your own.
To apply online please click on the appropriate link below or send your resume in WORD format to email@example.com. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion please contact Celeste Cramer on 03 9535 2111.
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