Assist Rest GMThe Elizabeth HotelFort Collins, CO
A property of: Sage Hospitality GroupPosted 3 weeks ago

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Job Description

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Assistant General Manager - The Emporium: An American Brasserie

The Emporium engages a distinctively delectable experience for its guests. The Emporium: An American Brasserie is the cornerstone of The Elizabeth Hotel, serving hotel guests and the public and includes a full retail wine store where diners can pick out a bottle for dinner or order straight from the menu. What a concept! The Emporium sources foods locally, working with a local bakery and local growers.

As a team member of The Emporium, you are a part of something even bigger, Sage Restaurant Concepts. If your passion is creating magnetic and hospitable memories while taking part in a rewarding work environment, apply today!

Job Overview

Plan and manage the Restaurant(s), Room Service and Lounge(s) in order to achieve customer satisfaction, quality service, compliance with corporate/franchise policies and procedures and federal, state and local regulations while meeting/exceeding financial goals. Position is responsible for the short term planning and managing the operations of the Restaurant(s), Room Service and Lounge(s). Recommends promotional ideas and procedural changes. Prepares forecasts, implements, monitors and controls the budgets for the various outlets.

Responsibilities

  • Manage the human resources within the division. Direct and oversee recruitment and development of employees; hire, train, empower, coach and counsel, performance and salary reviews, resolve conflict through fair treatment policy, discipline and terminate, as appropriate.
  • Develop, recommend, implement and manage the division's annual budget, business/marketing plan, forecasts and objectives to meet/exceed management expectations.
  • Implement and manage all company programs (company/franchise) to ensure compliance with the SOPs; to include safety and sanitary regulation, all federal, state and local regulations to ensure optimal levels of quality service and hospitality are provided to the guest.
  • Market the Food and Beverage outlets; develop and manage the implementation of menus, package deals, promotions, displays, decorations and presentations within corporate guidelines to capture more in-house guests and a larger share of the local market to meet/exceed sales and financial goals and objectives.
  • Manage the maintenance/sanitation of the food and beverage areas and equipment in the hotel to protect the asset, comply with regulations and ensure quality service.
  • Resolve customer complaints, as appropriate, to maintain a high level of customer satisfaction and quality.

Job Requirements

Qualifications

Education/Formal Training

Four-year college degree or equivalent education/experience.

Experience

Four to five years of employment in a related position with this company or other organization(s).

Knowledge/Skills
  • Requires advanced knowledge of the principles and practices within the food and beverage/hospitality profession.
  • This includes experiential knowledge required for management of people, complex problems and food and beverage management.
  • Ability to analyze activities or information and arrive at logical conclusions.
  • Requires supervisory/management communication skills.
  • Excellent communication skills due to telephone and face-to-face interaction with guests, corporate office and associates.
  • Good speaking skills for guest, corporate, vendor and associate interaction 100% of work day.
  • Written guest communication, administrative responsibilities and Human Resource responsibilities requires excellent reading and writing abilities 100% of the work day.

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  • Limited physical requirements in order to assist various outlets during peak business demands (i.e., banquet room turns, restaurant bussing, etc.).
  • Bending/kneeling -as directed above.
  • Physical ability to supervise on-floor activities required 60% of work day. No continuous standing.
  • Climbing Stairs -up to 20 steps 20%of work day.
  • No driving required.
  • Chemicals/Agents - Limited access in the course of supervising the sanitation of the operation.

Environment

Inside 90% of work day. Due to responsibility of total operation, specifically sanitation standards, position requires 10% of work day inspecting various walk-in-coolers, temperatures ranging as low as 30 degrees. Chemicals/Agents -Limited access in the course of supervising the sanitation of the operation

Job Details

Mid level
Full-time

About this location

class:
Upscale
room Count:
101-250
location Type:
Small Metro / Town

Values

Community
Integrity
Leadership
Personal Growth

Perks

401(K)
401(K) Matching
Company Discounts
Dental Benefits
Family Medical Leave
Health Insurance Benefits
Hotel Discounts
Job Training
Paid Sick Days
Paid Time Off
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The Elizabeth Hotel
Where Fort Collins comes together: The Elizabeth celebrates all that is
Fort Collins; a historic college town, the cultural center of northern
Colorado, flowing alleys and a mecca for live performance ishow more
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Address111 Chestnut Street, Fort Collins, CO, 80524 View map
Property typeHotel 
classUpscale 
room Count101-250 
location TypeSmall Metro / Town 

People (6)

Thelma RockholdSenior Vice President, Sage Hotel Management“Always treat your employees exactly as you want them to treat your best customers.” – Stephen R. Covey
Daniel del OlmoPresident, Sage Hotel Management"It always seems impossible until it’s done." - Nelson Mandela
Matt SchwartzSenior Vice President and Chief Technology OfficerMatt Schwartz currently serves as Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Sage Hospitality. In this capacity, Matt has responsibility for all aspects of IT including applications, infrastructure, business intelligence, project management and security for the entire company. Matt spends most days thwarting cyber attacks, enhancing Sage’s CRM database, and moving as much as possible to the Cloud. Prior to joining Sage, Matt served as the VP of Digital Solutions at Intrawest where he deployed a cloud-based Central Reservation System (CRS) to all of Intrawest’s resort properties including Winter Park and Steamboat. Prior to Intrawest, Matt held various leadership positions in IT and Finance at PetSmart and Staples. Matt has a strong passion for technology, starting his career as a “coder” of HTML and SQL. Matt earned a B.S. with Honors from Cornell University and an M.B.A from MIT’s Sloan School of Management.
Jason AltbergerChief Investment OfficerJason Altberger is Sage Hospitality’s Chief Investment Officer and leads Sage’s continued growth in the real estate investment market, targeting urban lifestyle hotels and developments that align with the company’s vision within the United States. Jason joins Sage after 18 years at real estate private equity firm DLJ Real Estate Capital Partners where he spent the final eight years of his tenure as Managing Director. In this role, he was responsible for a range of assets and investment opportunities and served as an investment committee member for both the US and China funds. He held previous positions with real estate merchant bank Cheslock, Bakker & Associates and the New York office of accounting firm Price Waterhouse. Jason received his undergraduate degree from Georgetown University, magna cum laude, and an MBA from The Wharton School of Business with highest distinction. He is also a licensed CPA, he is an avid runner and serves on the board of a charter school in New Jersey.
Zack NeumeyerChairmanZachary T. Neumeyer is a businessman and civic leader. He is the Chairman of Sage Hospitality and is the Vice Chair of Mobile Accord. He is or has been an investor and board member of companies in the technology, communications, manufacturing, senior housing, banking and service industries. He also works on K-12 education reform in Colorado and nationally. Zack’s civic focus is ensuring that every child in America can fulfill their potential. He works through many organizations focused on making our education system work. These include Board Chair of America Succeeds, Board Member of Colorado Succeeds and Teach For America Colorado. He believes that developing superb leadership is essential to improving our cities, states and country. Zack is a graduate of Cornell University—along with many others at Sage, who also refuse to disclose their graduation year. Continuing in his passion for education, he has taught or lectured at Cornell University, University of Colorado, Harvard University and The University of Denver.
Walter IsenbergCo-Founder, President & Chief Executive Officer Sage Hospitality Group"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams." – Eleanor Roosevelt

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COMMUNITY CITIZENSHIPGiving back to our communities isn’t just a nice talking point. At Sage, it’s a way of life. Our associates are constantly encouraged to find better ways to take care of the places where we live, work and play. We want to make sure it’s never about us—it’s about doing all we can for the greater good.
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENTWe believe leaders should be disruptors because that’s how change occurs. Sage is always looking for ‘A’ players—the leaders of leaders. We empower our leaders with a perfect balance of robust growth opportunities, efficient task force management and chances for personal fulfillment. We never forget that the best leaders are people focused first.
PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL GROWTHAchieving personal and professional growth is one of our values at Sage Hospitality. We believe it’s not just about the work you do, but it’s about who you are. We know your job isn’t your life. That’s why we support our associates in finding the perfect balance between what they do and who they are. By encouraging associates to take initiative and responsibility for their own advancement, we empower them to own their outcomes—both personally and professionally.
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