Food Service Manager
Also known as: Banquet Manager, Catering Manager, Food Service Director, Food Service Manager, Food Service Supervisor, Food and Beverage Director, Food and Beverage Manager, Kitchen Manager, Restaurant General Manager, Restaurant Manager
Description: Food Service Managers maintain the profitability of their business by ensuring customer satisfaction, directing staff and overseeing a restaurant's day-to-day operation. The requirements to become a Food Service Manager vary by business. While many attend vocational schools, four-year colleges or culinary schools, others may enter the field with a high school diploma and several years of experience in the field.
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