Dunkin' Assistant Store Manager in Gardner, Massachusetts
You are applying for work with a franchisee of Dunkin' Donuts, not Dunkin' Brands, Inc., Dunkin' Donuts or any of their affiliates. Any information you submit will be provided solely to the franchisee. If hired, the franchisee will be your only employer. Franchisees are independent business owners who are solely responsible for their own employees and set their own wage and benefit programs that can vary among franchisees.
Assistant Store Manager
Assistant Store Managers support General Managers in their efforts to develop a team of dedicated people delivering great guest experiences and profitable top line sales. They assist in the development of Shift Leaders and crew and fulfill accountabilities assigned by the General Manager.
Promote a team environment by fostering respect, providing coaching and feedback, recognizing achievements, resolving employee concerns and communicating effectively.
Assist in the recruitment, selection, and training of Crew Members and Shift Leaders as directed by the General Manager.
Support development of team members through effective cross training, deployment, and delegation of responsibilities.
Hold team members accountable for their behavior and performance, addressing concerns promptly.
Hold guests as highest priority and role model exceptional guest service.
Ensure Brand standards and systems are executed.
Drive sales through effective execution of restaurant standards and marketing initiatives.
Delegate and lead processes to control labor costs, food costs, and cash.
Ensure the safety and security of team and guests through a focus on preventative maintenance and cleanliness.
Work with General Manager to assess restaurant, develop action plans to target opportunities, and implement plans designed to achieve goals.
Comply with all restaurant, Brand, and franchisee policies.
Able to clearly express oneself verbally and in writing (English)
Restaurant, retail, or supervisory experience
Guest Focus – anticipate and understand guests’ needs and exceed their expectations.
Passion for Results – set compelling targets and deliver on commitments.
Problem Solving and Decision Making – make good decisions based on analysis, experience and judgment.
Building Effective Teams – get the right people in the right places, enabling them to make decisions and celebrate success as a team.
Conflict Management – use interpersonal skills to confront tough issues and resolve disagreements constructively.