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Bar/Restaurant Supervisor (Beach)
Bar/Restaurant Supervisor (Beach)
Ocean Elements
Summer resort jobs (Waiting Staff, Catering Staff, Managers Roles)
Mid April - Mid October

The Bar/Restaurant Supervisor works closely with the Hotel Manager to deliver excellent customer service and seamless delivery of all meals including the Farewell BBQ.

You will oversee, manage, develop and inspire the Hotel/Bar Assistants and Chefs to ensure that the Hotel staff are performing to the best of their ability at all times.

The Bar/Restaurant Supervisor will implement, market and advertise incremental initiatives for the bar, restaurant and hotel ensuring that staff are actively upselling.


You will ensure that the hotel always not only meets but exceeds company standards in regards to efficiency of service, cleanliness and creating an inviting and relaxing atmosphere.

You will ensure that the bar is always well stocked, clean and a welcoming environment where nothing is too much trouble.  Along with you bar team you will look to run weekly promotions and entertainment ensuring it is suitable to your guests that week and their needs, whilst creating a friendly, welcoming and efficient service when drinking in our Driftwood Bar. It will be an experience they will want to revisit throughout their holiday and will be the hub of the hotel.

You will be a prominent figure in the Hotel to our guests where you will be readily available to help with any questions and queries they may have.


Key Accountabilities & Responsibilities:

Customer Focus

  • To ensure that the Hotels guests expectations are exceeded at all times


  • To assist the Hotel Manager in ensuring the smooth running of the Hotel to company standards specifically with regards to the Restaurant and Restaurant service

  • To assist the Hotel Manager in ensuring the smooth running of the Hotel to company standards specifically with regards to the bar area

  • Completing weekly Bar accounts and stock takes to set deadlines and using this information to ensure that all budgets and targets are being meet

  • Train and develop the hotel team with regards to the Bar and Restaurant area through motivation, coaching and performance management throughout the season

  • To develop and maintain relationships with all suppliers


  • To assist in ensuring that all sales targets are being achieved throughout the season and helping to initiate and implement new incremental sales ideas

Key Relationships:


  • Internal: Hotel Manager, Assistant Hotel Manager, Head Chef, Sous Chef, Heads Of  Department, Hotel General staff,  

  • External: Suppliers, Property Owners.


 Person Specification (assessed via application, assessment centre or interview as appropriate):

Each of the criteria below is rated as Essential (E), Highly Desirable (HD) or Desirable (D). We place considerable emphasis on your Personal Qualities as the training and support we provide can often strengthen any weaknesses that exist in other areas.

Personal Qualities

  • Strong social/People skills/Cheerful/Outgoing (E)

  • Highly Motivated (E)

  • Passionate / Enthusiastic (E)

  • Ability to work alone and as part of a team (E)

  • Ability to cope under pressure (E)

  • Willingness to work hard / long hours (E)

  • Adaptable / Flexible Attitude (E)

Skills & Ability

  • Customer Service (E)

  • Communication Skills (E)

  • Problem Solving and Complaint Handling (E)

  • Sales Experience (E)

  • Planning Organisational Skills (E)

  • Literate and Numerate (E)

  • IT / Admin / Social Media (E)

  • Training Mentoring (E)


  • Relevant Transferable work Experience (E)

  • People/ Team management / Supervisory Experience (E)

Secure Cash Handling Experience (E)

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