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Hospitality Manager

  • Job
    Mid Level
  • Hospitality & Retail
  • Leeds
  • 10d left

AI generated summary

  • You must have senior hospitality management experience in fine dining, luxury hotel management, event planning, personal license, creativity with ingredients, eye for detail, team management skills, computer literacy, and a passion for new concept development.
  • You will manage front of house operations, control costs, develop sales strategies, promote the offer, monitor competitor activities, ensure staff performance, meet statutory requirements, and maintain food safety standards.


  • We are looking for individuals who embrace diversity, love a challenge, are passionate about luxury retail and are looking for something uniquely different.You will:
  • Operating at a Senior Hospitality Management level
  • Experience of Fine Dining /Luxury Hotel management
  • Experience of hosting Corporate/Client eventing
  • Personal Licence holder
  • Passionate and forward thinking
  • Enjoys being creative with the best ingredients
  • Keen eye for detail
  • Excellent planning and organising skills
  • Managing a highly skilled team
  • Computer literate.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Motivated by new concept development


  • Manage all resources for front of house operations, ensuring costs for staff and other expenditure are controlled and stock and equipment are used efficiently.
  • To manage and control food and beverage margins
  • Identify and implement new business opportunities
  • To develop strategies for increasing sales and profitability of the Hospitality function.
  • Effectively promote the offer using the in-house Press and Marketing team and external agencies where appropriate
  • To understand and keep up to date with competitor activities and industry trends within the city/Food scene
  • To work closely with the Line managers to ensure the performance of all employees fully meets the needs of their role.
  • Ensure the Hospitality function meets all statutory requirements, and that staff are trained on procedures which minimise the risk of injury, illness and damage.
  • Ensure all staff maintain high standards of personal hygiene and that individuals and the operation meet food safety standards.


What are the main responsibilities of a Hospitality Manager in this role?

The main responsibilities include developing relationships with suppliers, brands, and the team, driving growth and innovation in the hospitality business, maintaining high standards in all hospitality areas, managing team development, communicating with key stakeholders, overseeing the hospitality budget and costs, and collaborating on menu development.

How does the Hospitality Manager contribute to the overall success of the company?

The Hospitality Manager plays a key role in driving growth and profitability within the hospitality business, maintaining high standards of service, and collaborating with internal and external partners to evolve the hospitality offering. By managing budgets, costs, and team development, the Hospitality Manager helps to ensure the success of the company's hospitality operations.

What skills are required for someone to be successful in the role of Hospitality Manager?

A successful Hospitality Manager should possess strong relationship-building skills, creativity, results-driven mindset, budget management ability, leadership skills for team development, and excellent communication skills. Experience in hospitality management and a passion for delivering luxury service are also important qualities for this role.

DARING TO BE DIFFERENT - Looking for something unique? So are we.

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Mission & Purpose

A British lifestyle store offering a fearlessly modern edit of fashion, food and beauty, we inspire people to stand out and be unique. With a reputation for bringing new and exciting product to our stores and online, we also provide our customers with the best in hospitality ranging from a luxury wine offer to award-winning restaurants. WHERE WE'VE COME FROM Founded in Knightsbridge, London in 1831, we now have stores in Manchester, Dublin, Edinburgh, Leeds, Birmingham, and Bristol; and let’s not forget our iconic OXO Restaurant with magnificent Thames side views; our decadent Beauty Bazaar in Liverpool and our fabulous franchise stores across the globe. THE HERE AND NOW A lot has changed since Benjamin Harvey first opened his linen store in 1831, but some things remain the same: we still have a fierce reputation for breaking the rules, for daring to be different, and for challenging established retail thinking and practice. Welcome to the wonderful world of Harvey Nichols.