The IFI is seeking to appoint a Café Bar Manager to join the management team. The successful candidate should possess the energy and acumen to build on what has been achieved, and contribute to bringing the IFI Café Bar into the next exciting phase of its development. This is a unique opportunity to develop and shape the future direction and vision for the IFI Café Bar, under the guidance of the Head of Food and Beverage, ensuring it is a popular, good quality, commercially successful eating and drinking destination in the heart of Dublin’s city centre.
This job description provides an outline of the key day-to-day and strategic responsibilities of the role.
Key Job Purpose:
The Café Bar Manager is responsible for helping to build the business of the IFI Café Bar. Responsibilities include the following key areas:
Food and Beverage Management:
The Cafe Bar Manager is responsible for the day to day delivery of the excellent food and beverage service at the venue. (S)he is responsible for ensuring the highest quality and consistency in the food delivery and presentation.
The Café Bar Manager must contribute to the maximisation of the financial performance of the IFI Café Bar as follows:
Customer Service and Sales
The Café Bar Manager will have responsibility for ensuring that customers enjoy a high quality experience at the IFI Café Bar. The Café Bar Manager will work with the Head of Food and Beverage in this regard. Responsibilities include:
Staff Management / HR
The Café Bar Manager has responsibility for the Supervisors, Head Chef, Bar / Waiting staff and Kitchen staff. Duties include:
The IFI requires that the successful candidate be able to demonstrate strong examples from their past experience highlighting that they have both the capability and desire for this role. Specifically, it is seeking someone who has:
Experience and Knowledge
Personal Qualities / Attitudes
Terms and Conditions of Employment
The Café Bar Manager is a functional management role.
The IFI is a company limited by guarantee with charitable status. It operates a model of cultural enterprise, using its Arts Council subsidy to procure diverse income streams, which are then invested back into its 3 core activities, EXHIBIT, PRESERVE, EDUCATE.
The position is offered as a fixed term contract with a six month probationary period and is based at the IFI flagship venue on Eustace Street in Dublin. The Terms of Contract and remuneration will be offered to the successful candidate commensurate with experience.
Please email letter of application with CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday July 13th.
Interviews and Selection methods
ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME: KERBSIDE COLLECTION
13.00 (Programme 2)
BONES AND ALL
13.00, 18.00 (OC), 20.40
MILLION DOLLAR PIGEONS
13.10, 18.10, 20.30
THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN
The IFI is supported by The Arts Council