Restaurant Manager Columbia, SC

Restaurant Manager

Full Time - Management • Columbia, SC

Hall Management Group is seeking the most passionate, hospitality-minded leaders to join Halls Chophouse Columbia as restaurant managers. As a manager for Halls Chophouse, you will be on the front lines as one of the nation’s most beloved restaurants introduces Halls signature hospitality and service to the Capital City. You must have previous experience in an upscale/fine-dining establishment similar to Halls Chophouse in order to apply. Please, no exceptions.

 

Excellent Experiences. Outstanding Location.

Halls Chophouse Columbia will open its doors in December. Seated on the corner of Main and Gervais in the heart of the city, the restaurant is steps away from the South Carolina Statehouse. Expect leaders and legislators from the local, state and national level to dine with us. In addition to the thriving political scene, Columbia is alive with the spirit of the Gamecock. Home to the University of South Carolina, the city is teeming with vivacious students and alumni. On any given Saturday in the fall, thousands more swarm the city hungry for a win and for impeccable hospitality and service. Halls Chophouse of Charleston and Greenville have garnered thousands of five-star reviews, and we expect nothing less from this new location.

Interested?

You are:

  • A humble leader—you take on responsibilities of leadership with grace and determination. While you are confident in your leadership skills, you understand you can always grow more. You seek opportunities to better yourself personally and professionally because you believe you never stop learning in this life.
  • A true hospitalian—there’s a difference between service and hospitality and you strive to make both experiences the best they can be for the guest. You want people to come for our incredible food and stay for our world-class hospitality. You strive to make every guest feel at home and make sure they want for nothing.
  • A seasoned professional—you have walked in the shoes of servers, hosts, line cooks and/or dishwashers. You diligently worked your way through the ranks absorbing everything like a sponge. Now you are determined to keep learning as a manager with a deep knowledge of hospitality and fine-dining service.
  • A team player—no task is too small for you. If you see a fork out of place, you are breaking out the ruler to adjust it to perfection. You are silently and swiftly clearing crumbs while asking your guests about their experience. If you see a server is swamped, you are there supporting them and anticipating their needs. You believe every little detail is pushing the team forward.

About Hall Management Group

Hall Management is committed to taking care of its employees as much as the guests. We offer competitive pay with industry leading benefits. Medical, Dental, Life and STD/LTD are all available to managers on the 1st of the month following your first 30 days with 70% paid by the company. We also have a real and obtainable monthly bonus program. Additionally, you will have access to a Vision and a 401K plan. Get your first weeks paid vacation after 6 months! We are growing a fast pace and offer an excellent opportunity for career growth.

 

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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WHAT WE OFFER:

Competitive Wages
Paid Time Off for Full-Time Employees
Excellent Benefits Package
Including Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance for Full-Time Employees
Room for Growth
We offer positive, supportive, collaborative, healthy work environments and promote from within when deserved.
Employee Discount Program
Enjoy a 50% discount at all of our restaurants.