Felicity Winsley our consultant managing the role

Area Manager - Stonehouse

Competitive Salary field based, plus bonus, plus company car
  1. Full Time
  2. Area Manager
  3. Stonehouse Pizza & Carvery
  4. Area manager role

Location:

Stonehouse Pizza Carvery, Southampton, UK
Closing date28.02.2020
Felicity Winsley our consultant managing the role

As an Area Manager at Stonehouse, you’ll lead a district of 12 businesses on the South Coast & in the Berkshire area, where no two days are the same. Through your passion, experience and leadership, you’ll inspire your teams to grow and develop, serve up great guest experiences and smash targets each and every day. But most importantly - you'll know how to have fun and celebrate success as a team when all the hard work pays off.

Join us at Stonehouse Pizza & Carvery. We’re a friendly bunch with something for all the family. We pride ourselves on creating amazing guest experiences and we’re proud to be at the heart of our communities. Whatever the occasion or day of the week, we provide a warm welcome, hot delicious food made from the best quality ingredients and a refreshing drink, for a great price, all on our guest’s doorstep.

What’s in it for me…

• Generous Bonus Scheme – We’re all about rewarding the hard work everybody puts in
• Flexible working – to fit around the other important things in life
• Buy up to an extra 2 weeks holiday – life is for living after all
• Structured development and support - so you can get to where you want to go
• Celebrating success – award nights, away days and team socials (work hard, play hard!)
• Private medical and Dental Plans - to keep you safe, secure and always smiling
• On top of all this, we offer a pension, 26 days paid holiday, bank holidays, high-street shopping discounts and we even give you free shares! 

What will I be doing…?

• Your job will be so varied and rewarding that this little taster will never do it justice, but we'll give it our best shot.
• Making sure your teams bring their ‘A’ game when it comes to food, drink and service quality, always delivered with passion and pride
• Leading a diverse team of roughly 350 across 12 sites in the South Coast & Berkshire area
• Driving people succession through your district through coaching and mentoring
• You’ll spend time across your district supporting your teams, making sure they’re the best they can be and working together to deliver results to be proud of
• Driving a commercial culture - where delivering consistent high standards, sales and profit are at the heart of everything we do
• You’ll ensure your teams maintain a safe, clean and risk-free environment

What do I need…?
Just like our brands, our teams are diverse. You’ll...

• Be able to recruit, retain and engage the best of the best
• Be an inspiring leader that demonstrates drive, energy and commitment
• Share the bigger picture to inspire and empower your team
• Have a good grasp of our Stonehouse offer and guest profile
• Have a proven track record of delivering sales and profit building in a multi-site environment
• Have strong analytical, problem solving and decision-making skills

Life is made up of many key ingredients, we know that work is just one of them. It’s our aim that you and your teams love what you do, because we’re all about creating moments to remember. We know its cliché, but here at M&B it really is the people that make it so worthwhile. When you join us, you become part of our work family, not only with the team you work with every day, but 48,000 of us up and down the country.

You don’t have to take our word for it, why not take a look on social @MitchellsButlersCareers and find out what it’s really like to work with us.

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