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Regional Manager

Hiring Deadline: Open until filled
Position updated on:
Zip Code: 30306
Industry: All
Employer: Talentserved
Job Tracking ID: 1378240696
Job Description:
This is a fast-growing gourmet pizza concept that is continuing it's phenomenal nationwide growth.
The Regional Manager will ensure that business is conducted in a way that fosters the enthusiasm, satisfaction, and high performance of all field employees by:

• Participating in strategy development and planning activities for the specified market; set direction based on Company strategies and objectives.
• Ensuring restaurant operations activities are aligned and support overall Company business objectives.
• Ensuring that all employees are thoroughly trained according to prescribed programs and that they demonstrate competence.
• Oversee and provide approvals for all people management processes (e.g., hiring, training, compensation, career development, succession planning, promotions, terminations, etc.) within the market.
• Assist in monitoring store construction timeline weekly and monitor the progress of the project from inception through design to store openings.

Desired Skills & Experience

Operations management experience for a minimum of 10 years with a minimum of 3 years experience at the multi unit level.
• Minimum supervision of 5-10 units preferred.
• A combination of Quick and Full Service restaurant is acceptable.
• People management skills to effectively assess, develop, motivate and direct staff within the areas of responsibility.
• Highly motivated, self-directed, and results driven.
• Detail oriented with strong organizational skills.
• Ability to travel as required. An undergraduate degree in business, marketing, economics, management or related discipline is preferred.
•Local candidates strongly preferred.


For CONFIDENTIAL and IMMEDIATE consideration, please email your resume in .doc or .pdf format directly to Joe Kelly at:

Joe@talentserved.com

We are only able to respond to candidates who have backgrounds appropriate to these positions. If your professional experience matches the requirements of this search, you will hear from our office within 24 hours of submitting your resume.

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EOE

Employee Type: Full-Time, Part-Time
Compensation: $70,000 - $80,000 base salary + bonus + benefits

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