Aspen, CO General Manager

Company Name:
Premier Solutions
What We're Looking For....
We are actively seeking management candidates who are:
-Eager to learn
-Able to lead
We want men and women who are ready for a great career and all the challenges that come with it.
What We Offer....
-An outstanding, comprehensive training program
-Manager bonus program
-Great opportunity for rapid advancement
-Excellent salaries at all levels of management
-Regular salary advances and progress reviews
Excellent Benefits....
-Health insurance plan
-401(k) plan
Full Service, Family Casual Restaurant Manager needed now!
We are growing and looking for a strong General Manager.
Are you that experienced, guest-oriented, cost controlling manager who has that ownership mentality? If you run a great store, can achieve results through your people, care about the customer and know how to run numbers and build sales in a high energy environment, we want to recognize and reward you for your results!
You will have the opportunity to use your 2+ years of current Full Service Restaurant Management experience to lead and develop your team in a fun culture. This could be your big break!
Are you qualified to impact our concept as a heavy-hitting Manager with your strong leadership and management skills? If you can "bring it" to your store everyday and love to deliver excellent food and service, send your resume today!
Competitive salary ranging from $50-75k depending on experience, plus a great bonus program potential to an additional $5k! You get paid training and excellent benefits as well. Send your resume today to be considered for this tremendous opportunity. (Due to the tremendous volume of applicants, only the most qualified can be contacted.)
Must currently be a salaried restaurant manager

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