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Food & Beverage

Banqueting Supervisor

Job description

Reporting directly to the Banqueting Manager you will be responsible for the smooth running of the shifts, across all events in order to maintain a high quality, professional and well-organized service and ensure that all guests’ needs are addressed.

You will be expected to create and maintain a team environment, motivate and train team members to achieve the required standards to exceeding the guest’s expectations.

 

 

What we are looking for

The ability to demonstrate proven success in a leadership role, delivery of impeccable service and strong commercial acumen is essential for this position. To be successful in your application you will have already been a Junior Banqueting Supervisor or similar in a boutique 5 star deluxe hotel or destination bar.

We encourage a diverse workforce however you will be required to have good levels of written and spoken English and be eligible to work in the UK. Fluency in a second language would be beneficial.

 

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