Assistant Manager Easy Tiger South Lamar

Assistant Manager

Full Time • Easy Tiger South Lamar

Easy Tiger, one of Austin’s most beloved brands, is currently seeking an FOH Assistant Manager to join our team South Lamar Beer Garden team. 

Our mission is to help our guests “Slow Down, Stay Awhile” by curating a dine in, take out and delivery experience that brings people together around the table to break bread and enjoy Easy Tiger wherever they are and however they wish. 

Our menu highlights our artisanal breads and pastries, baked fresh daily,  and paired with our house recipe smoked meats and sausages. We also feature a full bar that includes an impressive selection of craft beers - all meant to be enjoyed in our expansive outdoor beer gardens! 
We are looking for team members that are hard working, unique, bring a warm, personal and thoughtful approach to hospitality and find joy in actively serving their team and guests. We have a high standard for our product and service and expect our team to constantly raise the bar and be proud of the Easy Tiger brand and wear it as a badge of honor.

The Assistant Manager is responsible for effectively managing day to day operations including dine in, curbside and delivery service as it pertains to the Easy Tiger guest experience including, but not limited to engaging and building a rapport with guests, managing daily opening, running and closing duties for the staff and creating an upbeat and positive environment. 

The Assistant Manager acts as a brand representative by reinforcing the company goals, visions and mission statement while ensuring Easy Tiger’s standards of quality, experience and service are accomplished. Additionally, the Assistant Manager is responsible for keeping the leadership team promptly and fully informed of all significant matters (i.e. issues, challenges, unusual matters and anything that could better overall operations/financials/guest experience) and takes prompt corrective action when necessary or suggests alternative courses of action. They are also responsible for creating/maintaining a positive and professional working relationship with all staff members to foster and promote a cooperative and harmonious working climate, which is conducive to maximum staff morale, productivity and efficiencies.

REPORTS TO:  General Manager
SALARY / GRADE LEVEL:  Salaried / Exempt
  • Manages front of house team during scheduled floor shifts ensuring that all store operations are running smoothly
  • Engages with guests during floor shift striving for 100% table and bar touches with a strong emphasis on guest satisfaction
  • Oversees all aspects of service team operations including, but not limited to managing the floor, delivery and curbside operations (at applicable locations), communicating staffing needs, scheduling, inventory, facility maintenance, continued staff education and training, maintaining opening/running/closing duties. 
  • Practices responsible alcohol service and expects / ensures the same from staff
  • Holds staff accountable for maintaining a high standard of service by following Easy Tiger Steps of Service guidelines. 
  • Works with management/hourly staff to ensure P&L execution and meeting or beating labor and paper product cost. 
  • Controls inventory and preparation levels to minimize overstock items and waste 
  • Maintains and oversees cleanliness, organization and proper maintenance of FOH Facilities including dining rooms
  • Provides feedback in order to manage major vendor relationships, pricing and contracts
  • Conducts staff meetings when necessary, shift meetings every day and keeps staff informed on new developments and upcoming events
  • Maintains current Food Handler certifications for staff and managers
  • High School Diploma/GED or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Two (2) years minimum management experience
  • Texas Food Handlers Certificate (as required) and TABC Certification are required
  • Proven leadership and motivational skills 
  • Displays a professional appearance and is a positive role model within the restaurant
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellence guest relations skills
  • High guest satisfaction expectations and focus
  • Basic computer knowledge (Microsoft & Google Suite) and office skills required
  • Health, Dental, & Vision Insurance
  • Free Shift Meals 
  • Friends & Family Meal Discounts
  • Paid Vacation
  • Paid Sick Leave 
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Opportunities for Advancement

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Growth Opportunities
Easy Tiger is growing, and we are always looking for team members who have a passion for our brand and want to grow with us! More Austin locations are in the works and will need leaders to step up to the plate.
Medical, Dental, and Vison
Easy Tiger offers medical, dental, and vision benefits to all of our full-time managers as well as medical benefits to our full time (30+ hours/week) team members after 60 days of consecutive full-time employment.
Giving Back
We take pride in our commitment to the community, answering the call to feed our neighbors in need with our Community Bread Program.
Team Members receive a 50% discount on food and merchandise.