Role: Café / Restaurant Supervisor
Reports to: Centre Manager
Role Type: Full time
Salary: Competitive, commensurate with experience
We are looking for a passionate and experienced Café / Restaurant Supervisor to join us and lead the GROW HQ front of house team. The award winning GROW HQ is GIY’s national Food Education Centre and our café recently won the Plot to Plate award at the 2017 Food & Wine Awards. Reporting to the Centre Manager, the Café / Restaurant Supervisor will help us to deliver an outstanding service offering in line with our vision and values.
About GROW HQ
GROW HQ opened in October 2016 on a high-profile 3-acre site at Ardkeen in Waterford city. It is the home of the GIY movement and a place where people can immerse themselves in growing, cooking and eating homegrown food. It includes a 65 seat café, shop, grow school, cookery school and food garden. The café is a unique, bright and lively space that has quickly become a hub in our community. www.growhq.org.
The Café / Restaurant Supervisor is a key role in providing a warm welcome and fantastic customer experience to all visitors. The successful candidate will lead the Front of House team to deliver an exceptional food and service experience for GROW HQ customers. They will ensure that GROW HQ delivers its high standard of service objectives whilst ensuring that the GIY mission is cultivated.
The Café / Restaurant Supervisor’s responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
Qualifications and Experience
We are looking for an exceptional, experienced and qualified individual who shares GIY’s culture, vision and values.
Competencies and Personal Skills
GROW HQ operates 7-days a week from 9am-5pm and 9am-8:30pm Friday and Saturday evenings with some other evening events. The working hours will be based on a 40-hour week.
A competitive salary will be offered in line with the importance of this role and the experience of the candidate
All applications will be treated in strictest confidence. If you have any questions in relation to the role before applying please email Claire McCabe. A small number of shortlisted candidates will be invited to present to the interview panel.