Kitchen Manager

Mike Callaway Food/Beverage/Hospitality, Management

Website Golden Corral

Job Responsibilities:  In this role as Kitchen Manager, you are responsible for food production and operating the Back-of-the-House using Golden Corral products, recipes, procedures and company systems to ensure that the standards for quality food, recipes, and cleanliness are achieved for our guests. As a member of the restaurant operations management team, you are also responsible for the restaurant&rsquo s overall operations, including food quality, production, safety, and labor in absence of the General Manager and Hospitality Manager.

Other Requirements: Hours of work for this position are approximately 55-58 hours per week. Position requires standing and walking for periods of 2-5 hours without a rest break, and task sequencing and the completion of complex administrative responsibilities. Occasional moderate to heavy (10-25+lb) lifting and carrying, bending and reaching overhead may be required. Work environment includes heavy customer contact, working with cooking equipment and slippery walking surfaces. Position is under minimum levels of day-to-day supervision. Some travel may be required for training and operations meetings.

We require a strong, stable work history along with management experience in a high-volume, casual dining or family-style restaurant. Education and training normally associated with college coursework in business or hospitality. Successful completion of Golden Corral’s comprehensive  management training program.

Golden Corral offers a variety of benefits designed to meet the particular needs of employees and their families.

Compensation and benefits packages for managers include:

  • Bonuses Paid Monthly with No Cap On Bonus Potential
  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • 401(k) (Company Matching Program)
  • Company Paid Life Insurance
  • Short and Long-Term Disability Insurance
  • 5-Day Workweek
  • Paid Vacation
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Continual Training and Development During Career