Food and Beverage Outlet Manager

  • Job Reference: VA235
  • Date Posted: 1 July 2024
  • Employer: University of West London Students' Union
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  • Location: Ealing, London
  • Salary: £31,265 to £36,335
  • Sector: Administration, Customer Service, Retail, Food & Catering, Bar, Venues & Events, Student Engagement & Representation, Student Opportunities, Venues & Events, Leadership
  • Job Type: Permanent, Full time

Job Description

The Food & Beverage Outlet Manager is a key role within the UWLSU Commercial team, who are changing the way they engage and support students at The University of West London Students’ Union. This role will work with full-time and student part-time staff to provide top tier service for our customers. This includes but is not limited to management and service throughout our outlets. The post holder will instil and deliver high standards of service. Additionally, the post holder will have the chance to flex and develop their event skills by managing catering to a selection of private and in-house functions designed to maximise engagement and further the student experience.

We are an award-winning organisation with an ambition to disrupt inequality in education. This role plays a vital role in that mission. As a team, we work collaboratively in a fun, supportive and challenging environment. We work tirelessly to improve our services, opportunities, and outcomes of our members. We provide staff with the tools and guidance to develop and grow their skills set and experience to further career aspirations and deliver high-quality work.

We are looking for a hardworkingorganised individual passionate about customer service and empowering of all colleagues. This role is ideal for an early career manager, or someone wishing to take the next step from supervisor to Manager.  You will have experience in working in a food and drink led environment to organise and deliver service from start to finish. You will have experience working effectively as an individual and as a team and working to tight deadlines. You will have a strong commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion, understand the importance of positive working relationships, display high levels of self-awareness and empathy and understand without a doubt that the union exists for its members.