Sage Hospitality Resources Banquet Manager in San Diego, California
The Guild Hotel is looking for a Banquet Manager! If you are passionate about hospitality, and enjoy enriching lives one experience at a time, apply today! Sage Hospitality Group is looking for top talent and we look forward to hearing from you!
At Sage Hospitality Group, we look for innovative leaders, with an eye for disruption. Never looking for someone just looking for a job, we are looking for the power players, the people who want to rise to the top. Sage allows for opportunities for growth and personal fulfillment, paying attention to the parts that keep us human and happy. We want to attract and retain associates that are engaged in our culture, passionate about hospitality and excited to enrich lives, one experience at a time. Sage Hospitality Group was founded on a spirt of bold individuality. By going our own way, we have created some of the world’s best hotels, restaurants, and experiences. But the truth is, none of it would have happened without people like you. People who follow their own path, wo are hungry to learn and who love their community. People who do not sit around and wait, they just do. You belong here.
The Banquet Manager is responsible for the successful operation of the banquets department. Ensures all banquet activities are carried out professionally and to standard while maximizing profitability. Manages, motivates and empowers associates. Serves as the banquet department liaison to all other hotel departments. Must demonstrate excellent leadership, communication and team building skills with associates, peers and across departments.
Supervise the daily operations of banquets to ensure compliance with SOPs, Banquet Event Orders, safety regulations and procedures and to ensure an optimal level of service, quality and hospitality.
Meet with the customers to review the Banquet Event Order and to review any changes, issues and/or problems to ensure delivery of a quality product.
Calculate and review the banquet checks ensuring accuracy and present the check to the customer for signature to ensure payment.
Calculate and prepare the daily gratuities and payroll ensuring accurate, prompt reporting to the Controller's department.
Monitor and control the maintenance/sanitation of the banquet areas and equipment to protect the assets and ensure quality service.
Analyze banquet event orders, read BEO and know how to complete a set-up.
Set tables in assigned area correctly and uniformly.
Communicate effectively with customers, managers and associates to ensure that all room setups, equipment, supplies, staffing and menus meet/exceed customer's expectations.
Able to work flexible shifts to consist of mornings, afternoons, evenings, weekend and holidays.
Review all schedules, equipment, supplies and organize work flow to ensure a quality event to customers on a daily basis.
Monitor and control banquet budget (i.e., labor costs, beverage costs, supplies and equipment and coordinate with event budgets to maximize revenue and minimize expenses while providing quality guest service.
Implement company programs (company/franchise) and resolve daily operational problems through consistent monitoring of banquet operations to ensure compliance with safety and security regulations, SOPs and to ensure an optimum level of service, quality and hospitality.
One to two years of post high school education.
Two to three years in a related position with this company or other organization(s).
Advanced knowledge of the principles and practices within catering and food and beverage.
Experiential knowledge of management of people, complex problems, efficient sales activities and food and beverages management.
Requires ability to investigate and analyze current activites and/or information involving readily available data and indicating logical conclusions and recommendations.
Excellent hearing necessary for verbal interaction with guests and associates.
Excellent vision necessary to view set-ups. Excellent speech communication skills required for verbal interaction with guests and associates.
Excellent literacy necessary to read BEOs, process gratuities and payroll, etc.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Lifting, pushing, pulling and carrying tables, chairs, boxes (50 lb. maximum) occasionally.
Bending/kneeling required for taping down cords, skirting tables, picking up floor after function, occasionally.
Mobility -ability to service clients on a moments notice, variable distances, 100%.
Continuous standing -function observation, client site inspections (one hour minimum to four hours maximum).
Climbing stairs up to approximately 55 steps 3-5% of 10 hours.
Driving -distance varies (20% used for sales calls).
Physically strenuous -prolonged standing, walking, lifting and carrying throughout entire shift in indoor environment.
Inside 70% of 10 hour shift.
Outside 30% of 10 hour shift. Abnormal temperatures -extreme summer heat of 95 degrees and above and winter cold.
Medical, dental, & vision insurance
Health savings and flexible spending accounts
Basic Life and AD&D insurance
Paid time off for vacation, sick time, and holidays
Eligible to participate in the Company’s 401(k) program with employer matching
Employee Assistance Program
Great discounts on Hotels, Restaurants, and much more.
Eligible to participate in the Employee Referral Bonus Program. Up to $1,000 per referral.
Position Type: Regular Full-Time
Property : The Guild Hotel
Address : 500 W Broadway
City : San Diego
State : California
EOE Protected Veterans/Disability