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LEGHORN CHICKEN - Multi Unit General Manager

The Multi-Unit General Manager is responsible for total operations for the Leghorn Chicken restaurants including building sales and all other aspects of profit and loss, hiring and training of both management and hourly team, daily execution of safety/sanitation, quality food preparation and guest service. Responsible for cleanliness, repair and maintenance of the building and equipment. The GM is responsible for these areas whether on or off the premises and responsible for communicating and administering all company policies and procedures.


Day to day operations: assisting with opening and/or closing the store utilizing daily checklists for department specific tasks required to ensure smooth operations throughout the day
Be a mentor and devote time to training, coaching and developing others by adapting to individual learning styles
Maintain confidential employee files, track hours worked weekly, and prepare bi-weekly labor and payroll for submission to accounting
Optimize profit by ensuring that labor is scheduled efficiently and food and supplies are ordered to maintain appropriate inventory
Grow year over year sales by innovating our approach, consistently grow check sales, promoting restaurant and pioneering ways to connect with new guests, ensuring guest satisfaction and prompt problem resolution
Work directly with ownership/partners to make decisions that will direct the business, create budgets and plans- and then succeed with all performance expectations
Monitor and work with partners to continually improve training process to ensure quality of training, that all current hires are on-board and "in to win." Everyone, current and new buy in to the program, the brand and philosophy
Ensure adherence to company cash handling and payment processing procedures
Perform all FOH/BOH functions including food preparation, cooking, cleaning, serving and greeting guests
Other duties as assigned by partnership


  1. Experience: 4+ years Fast Casual / Quick Service concept management experience
  2. Serv-Safe Certified
  3. High school diploma or equivalent required, some college preferred
  4. P&L and sales building experience
  5. Customer service
  6. Social perceptiveness
  7. Critical thinking
  8. Judgment & decision making
  9. Time management
  10. Communication
  11. Computer Skills
  12. Organized


Comprehensive compensation package including base salary, aggressive performance quarterly bonus, medical and dental benefits, participation in the Element Collective 401(k) program, generous comp package usable throughout the group, a monthly cell phone stipend and inclusion within the partnership/achieving equity after one year.

Please only apply if you have the required operational background and food service management experience.

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