Charcoal Venice is an inviting neighborhood restaurant from Michelin-starred Chef & Owner Josiah Citrin that was inspired by the backyard barbecues he hosts on weekends for his friends and family. As the name suggests, everything is cooked indoors over live fire -- whether over charcoal or in the coals. Our guests are welcomed to a contemporary and elegant environment and warm atmosphere, driven by a friendly and knowledgeable staff.
We are looking to hire: Restaurant Manager
Previous management experience is required. We are looking for someone with strong leadership skills who can lead a restaurant staff and make sure that service runs smoothly and efficiently. The ideal candidate will be open to wearing many hats, as he/she will perform end-of-day reports, manage staff, make sure the restaurant is running smoothly, and more.
The restaurant manager will interact with many different guests so must be personable and professional at all times.
• The ability to jump in and move quickly
• The ability to multitask
• Strong leadership skills and demonstrate teamwork
• Attention to detail
• Knowledge of POS systems
• Knowledge of service industry
• Work with a positive attitude in all types of situations
• Strong, personable, and respectful communication skills
• Experience working in a high volume restaurant
• Experience in a similar position
If interested please reply directly to us with your resume and availability.
**Please note, this position requires flexible availability including nights, weekends, and holidays.**
Charcoal Venice is an inviting neighborhood restaurant from Michelin-starred Chef and Owner Josiah Citrin that was inspired by the backyard barbecues he hosts on weekends for his friends and family. As the name suggests, everything is cooked indoors over live fire – whether over charcoal or in the coals. Citrin and Chef de Cuisine Joseph Johnson prepare a seasonal menu of craveable comfort foods featuring locally-sourced proteins and vegetables ideal for sharing family-style. Whether diving into a platter of smoky grilled chicken wings with a beer or classic cocktail at the bar, or splitting a 48 oz. dry-aged Porterhouse and a bottle of Bandol with friends, Charcoal Venice is an everyday dining spot.