Assistant Banquets Manager

The Langham, Boston

Location: US - MA - Boston

Oct 31, 2017
Robin White
Director of Human Resources
617 422-5169
250 Franklin Street

Boston, MA, US 02110
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Purpose of the job

The Assistant Banquet Manager is a member of the Food and Beverage team that assists in ensuring that guest service as well as food and beverage standards are met.  Hospitable, welcoming and friendly guest services are essential requirements of the position. The Assistant Banquet Manager oversees all aspects of the Banquet Department in the absence of the Director of Banquets.

primary responsibilities

  • Assist with preparation of daily/weekly payroll and schedule
  • Assist with coordination and execution of monthly departmental meetings
  • Responsible for overseeing successful operation of all function areas
  • Responsible for inventory and supplies, approve all requisitions to ensure operation is held a par standards
  • Coordinate assignments for all positions on a per function basis
  • Ensure maximum level of guest service while maintaining Langham standards
  • Process all billing and gratuity sheets for functions

SECONDARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Attend Langham Hotel Meetings, i.e. bi-weekly department head meetings, daily operations meetings, weekly F&B meetings, and daily BEO meeting
  • Conduct annual PRIDE reviews for staff members
  • Participate in menu planning
  • Interview and train new staff members according to Langham service standards and hold staff accountable.
  • Additional duties may also be requested by supervisor

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/GENERAL REQUIREMENTS/REQUIRED PHYSICAL, MENTAL ABILITIES

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required
  • Use written (verbal/visual) sources of information, e.g. read reports, procedural documentation, and reference materials.
  • Use non-verbal/visual sources of information, e.g. reference graphs, tables.
  • Use verbal auditory sources of information, e.g. interviews, group meetings.
  • Use non-verbal auditory sources of information, e.g. alarms.
  • Use oral communication to perform work, e.g. answer telephone, and receive visitors.
  • Digital dexterity, e.g. using computer keyboard.
  • Stand; Reach; Grasp; Lift/Carry up to 30lbs.; Walk; Kneel; Squat/Bend; Push/Pull
  • Make minor decisions requiring logical judgment, e.g. task sequencing, filing, sorting mail
  • Make general decisions in the absence of specific directions, e.g. prioritizing workload
  • Perform activities requiring sustained concentration, e.g. designing, planning work

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/GENERAL REQUIREMENTS/REQUIRED PHYSICAL, MENTAL ABILITIES

  • Use written (verbal/visual) sources of information, e.g. read reports, procedural documentation, and reference materials.
  • Use non-verbal/visual sources of information, e.g. reference graphs, tables.
  • Use verbal auditory sources of information, e.g. interviews, group meetings.
  • Use non-verbal auditory sources of information, e.g. alarms.
  • Use oral communication to perform work, e.g. answer telephone, and receive visitors.
  • Digital dexterity, e.g. using computer keyboard.
  • Stand; Reach; Grasp; Lift/Carry up to 30lbs.; Walk; Kneel; Squat/Bend; Push/Pull
  • Make minor decisions requiring logical judgment, e.g. task sequencing, filing, sorting mail
  • Make general decisions in the absence of specific directions, e.g. prioritizing workload

Perform activities requiring sustained concentration, e.g. designing, planning work

Additional Details
Immediately
No
Applicants who do not already have legal permission to work in the United States will not be considered.
No
Yes
No
Hotel/Resort
F&B - Banquets