Beverage Manager

Job Description

    • Maintain accurate inventory levels of beverages and supplies.
    • Monitor stock levels and place orders as needed to meet demand.
    • Conduct regular inventory audits to prevent shortages and overstocking.
    • Recruit, train, and supervise beverage service staff.
    • Provide ongoing training to ensure staff are knowledgeable about products, service techniques, and company standards.
    • Schedule staff effectively to meet service demands while controlling labor costs.
    • Ensure that all beverages served meet quality standards.
    • Monitor the preparation and presentation of beverages to maintain consistency.
    • Address any quality issues promptly and implement corrective actions.
    • Develop and update beverage menus based on industry trends, customer preferences, and profitability.
    • Determine pricing strategies to maximize revenue while remaining competitive.
    • Collaborate with the culinary team to create beverage pairings for menu items.
    • Interact with guests to ensure satisfaction and address any concerns.
    • Maintain a welcoming and friendly atmosphere in the beverage service area.
    • Handle guest complaints or special requests in a professional manner.
    • Ensure compliance with all relevant health and safety regulations.
    • Monitor alcohol service to ensure responsible consumption and legal compliance.
    • Maintain cleanliness and organization in beverage storage and service areas.
    • Monitor beverage sales and expenses to achieve budgeted targets.
    • Analyze financial reports and identify opportunities for cost savings or revenue growth.
    • Implement strategies to control costs and improve profitability.

 

 

Qualifications

 

  • Previous experience in beverage management or a similar role in the hospitality industry.
  • Strong knowledge of different types of beverages, including alcoholic and non-alcoholic options.
  • Excellent leadership and communication skills.
  • Ability to multitask and work effectively under pressure.
  • Proficiency in inventory management and financial analysis.