Executive Chef / Kitchen Manager

This is the head chef. He is the guy who creates the specials, orders the foods, and works as the general manager of the kitchen. He probably does the scheduling, the hiring and the firing of kitchen staff, as well. A good candidate for the executive chef position is normally filled by someone with several years of cooking and restaurant management experience.

Restaurant Manager

Restaurant managers have a number of responsibilities in the day to day business of running a restaurant. Qualifications required to be a restaurant manager include basics, such as people skills and organization. However, depending on the size and concept of a restaurant, candidates may need a degree in business or hospitality.

Chefs / Cooks

The role of the saucier, commonly known as the sauce chef, is often the highest respected role in the kitchen brigade system of stations, reporting directly to the head chef or sous-chef.

Kitchen Staff

Kitchen assistants are responsible for cleaning the kitchen, carrying out basic food preparation tasks, and ensuring that chefs have everything they need. Keeping the kitchen clean and following strict hygiene and health and safety rules is an important part of the work.


Usually an entry-level position, the dishwasher is often the most underrated position in the whole restaurant. Beyond the obvious of washing dishes, other duties include washing floors, cleaning bathrooms and other small maintenance tasks. While dishwashing isn’t most people’s dream job, it is one of the most important- after all, if the dishwasher doesn’t show up for their shift, it can bring your restaurant to a grinding halt on a busy night.

Waiters / Serving Staffs / Order Takers

A restaurant server is the customer service rep for restaurant. A good restaurant server can convert any customer into a regular, while a poor server can just as easily turn customers away. A restaurant server job description can include many different duties beyond just serving food.

Supervisors / Floor Managers

Employee Performance Management. Supervisors ensure that job descriptions accurately record the primary responsibilities, qualifications and terms for each job role in their group. They set performance standards for tasks, jobs and roles of their employees. They ensure employees have appropriate and realistic job goals.

Computer Operators / Cashiers

Monitor and control electronic computer and peripheral electronic data processing equipment to process business and other data according to operating instructions. May enter commands at a computer terminal and set controls on computer and peripheral devices.

IT Manager

Either way your role is the same. You’ll be expected to advise businesses on technology and how it can help them perform better, then oversee new systems design and development. It’s a sociable job which involves working with a team to make sure the new system is completed on time and on budget.


  • Analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Strong technical skills.
  • The ability to work well under pressure.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Teamworking skills.
  • Organisation and time management.
  • Interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Management and leadership skills

Management Staff / Host

The general job of a restaurant host is to meet, greet, and seat customers. Therefore it is an excellent entry-level job for someone without a lot of restaurant experience (or any). The host should be friendly and courteous, as well as organized and comfortable multi-tasking, knowing how to handle busy shifts.

Caretakers / Maintenance

Equipment can break in any restaurant, from freezers to ranges to entire walk-in coolers, along with daily cleaning. Like bookkeeping, the day to day maintenance may be a job you want to do yourself. It depends on how handy you are, the size of restaurant and what other duties you already shouldering. You may find it cheaper to keep a full-time maintenance/cleaning person on staff, rather than calling a repairman every time something breaks.

Store Keeper or Accountant

As with many parts of running a restaurant, the owner may act as the bookkeeper or accountant. It’s important to understand the difference between each of these jobs. A bookkeeper records financial transactions, like daily bank deposits and issuing payroll checks.

An accountant analyzes those transactions, such as creating profit and loss statements and preparing annual taxes. Time is an important factor when deciding to hire a bookkeeper or do it yourself.

As the owner, you already have a never-ending to-do list. If you can’t dedicate the time managing your day to day finances, consider hiring out, because money is not an area you want to neglect. Just as important is your comfort level with bookkeeping. If you have no prior experience in finances, the complexity of a restaurant operation may be hard to track.

Quality Control Manager

Quality assurance managers play a crucial role in business by ensuring that products meet certain thresholds of acceptability. They plan, direct or coordinate quality assurance programs and formulate quality control policies. They also work to improve an organization’s efficiency and profitability by reducing waste.

Security Guards

A security guard (also known as a security officer or protective agent) is a person employed by a public or private party to protect the employing party’s assets (property, people, equipment, money, etc.) from a variety of hazards (such as waste, damaged property, unsafe worker behavior, criminal activity such as theft, etc.) by enforcing preventative measures.

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