Assistant Manager - Canoe

  • Toronto, ON, Canada
  • Full-time

Company Description

 A current leader in contemporary Canadian cuisine, Canoe owns a strong connection to place – our country’s land, people, history and culture, and this is communicated through the dining experience.  Connecting people to place through contemporary Canadian cuisine, Canoe crafts inspired dishes reflective of our country’s diverse landscape, history and culture. Our chefs work closely with farmers and suppliers to source the finest ingredients from across the nation.

Job Description

Under the direction of the General Manager, the Assistant Manager is accountable for the day to day operations of the venue including staffing, cost controls, staff training, budgeting and active floor management during service. You thrive in a fast paced work environment while reinforcing the O&B Values daily to inspire and support the team.

Qualifications

  • Take pride in your work and hold yourself accountable
  • Seasoned hospitality professional     
  • Actively seeking a more efficient way of doing things (VALUE)
  • Strive to hit goals and challenge yourself with new goals
  • Work collaboratively with a team, recognizing we are stronger together (VALUE)
  • Impeccable attention to detail and ability to quickly think on your feet

Additional Information

What’s in it for you? 

  • Competitive wages/salary 

  • Gratuity sharing 

  • A comprehensive group benefits package

  • Wellness Program

  • Training and development opportunities 

  • Staff dining discount 

  • RRSP matching program

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Oliver & Bonacini's Diversity Commitment 

At Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality, we are committed to treating every employee with dignity and respect. We strive to be fair and just, and create working environments where our employees can be at their best. We always endeavour to select and retain the best individuals based upon job-related qualifications, regardless of any protected group status under the law. This includes recruitment, selection, transfers, promotions, scheduling, training, discipline, compensation, benefits and separation.