The nation’s leading privately held quick service restaurant franchise group is seeking a District Manager to join our team.

Following are the requirements for this position.

WHAT DO DISTRICT MANAGERS DO?

District managers are the people in charge of entire regions where multiple stores operate. Whatever branches of their company operate within their district is their responsibility. District managers are in charge of the operational practices of all stores making sure each runs smoothly, cleanly and meets any budget and sales goals and is complying with any marketing campaigns and promotions.

District managers interview, hire, coordinate and discipline store manager, and check in on individual stores to make sure the store is stocked, clean and in proper working order. District managers create and maintain budgets, and coordinate with and report to senior management in the company.

JOB SKILLS AND REQUIREMENTS

  • Leadership Skills: District managers have to keep your employees motivated, resolve conflicts and make hard decisions. A successful district manager is a good leader.
  • Time Management: District managers work with multiple stores and managers across a large region, coordinate visiting these stores from time to time. District managers might have to create schedules, order supplies and write reports. Time management is essential to make sure everything gets done.
  • Math and Budgeting: District managers are expected to keep and maintain a budget in almost every field. You will need to be confident in using math skills to make sure you know where your company’s money is going.
  • Analytical Skills: District managers are in charge of hiring new store managers, and being a good judge of character will help ensure that you hire the right people to maintain an efficient and motivated team. You will also need analytical skills to be able to solve problems that may come up during a typical work day.
  • Decision-Making Skills: The buck stops with you. Whether it is dealing with employees, management or vendors, you will have to make decisions that affect the company. Having the ability to make hard and fast decisions is crucial to your success.
  • Speaking and Writing: District managers will do a lot of communicating. This might be in front of a group of employees, or in a meeting with management. You might be called upon to write reports, recommendations, or reasons for termination. Great verbal communications and writing skills are required for this position.

Please email jobs@gulshaninc.com with a cover letter, resume. Use “DM Post in Restaurants News” in the subject line.

No calls please.