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Department:
Hospitality Management
Salary Details:
£11.00 per hour plus tips
Vacancy Type:
Full Time
About The Role

The Kanishka Kitchen by Atul Kochhar are seeking an inspirational and passionate Duty Manager to lead its team in Heathrow Terminal 5. As Duty Manager you will ensure the smooth running of the restaurant, meet and exceed the service expectations of guests, while maintaining costs and looking to exceed the agreed goals and targets. You will continue to support and encourage the training and development of the team and reinforce the policies, philosophy and values of the company.

 

The key accountabilities of this role include:

  • Maximise commercial opportunities and support Site Manager in controlling the business, ensuring it's profitable at all times
  • Work closely with Site Manager to inspire the team to go the extra mile for the guests
  • Ensure excellent food quality, safety, hygiene and allergen practices are followed at all times
  • Recognise succession is vital for a strong talent pipeline, so you're always on the lookout for talent, planning and recruiting in advance
  • In the absence of Site Manager, lead the restaurant
About You

The ideal candidate for this role will have managerial experience working in in a fast-paced café or restaurant. Additionally, you will have following skills and experience: 

 
  • A calm manner, efficient and organised
  • Excellent personal presentation and communication skills
  • Ability to listen and respond to both guests’ and colleagues’ needs
  • Accountable and resilient
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Flexibility to respond to a range of different work situations
About The Company

Under the skillful direction of Michelin Star Chef Atul Kochhar, Kanishka Kitchen is driven to create compelling flavour experiences.

Atul Kochhar is first Chef to be awarded a Michelin Star for Indian cuisine. Holder of two Michelin Stars (one star awarded at Tamarind London, the second at Benares London). He stands as an ambassador to The British Asian Trust, supporting high impact charities in South Asia and the UK.