The average pay for a Mid-Career Restaurant Supervisor is AED 47,678 per year.
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|Salary||AED 22,147 - AED 72,000|
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|AED 22,996 - AED 84,494|
Job Description for Restaurant Supervisor
A restaurant supervisor typically works in a food-service establishment below the managerial level. The supervisor - who may also be called a dining room supervisor, head waiter, lead cook, or by another title - works with management to ensure standards of service and food quality are met. The supervisor may also work as a server or cook, but normally he or she is entirely tasked with other responsibilities.Read More...
The supervisor's primary role is to supervise the overall functioning of the restaurant. They are the first person to note when employees are struggling, and they step in to help or take other action to assist the employee in successfully performing up to standards. The supervisor may offer suggestions or implement training as well.
The restaurant supervisor may also be given increased clearance with point-of-sale software to void mistaken transactions and help enter promotional coupons/offers that would normally require the assistance of a manager. The supervisor may work as a liaison, helping bring hourly employees' concerns to the attention of management. The supervisor should expect to work weekends and holidays as required by their restaurant.
Most restaurants look for extensive practical experience in supervisor candidates. Many restaurants prefer to hire their supervisors from within after a person has demonstrated competence and willingness to adhere to all standards of the company. (Copyright 2018 PayScale.com)
Restaurant Supervisor Tasks
- Train, evaluate, mentor and ensure high quality performance from restaurant staff.
- Evaluate, revise and update menus and prices.
- Respond to customer inquiries and requests, describe menu items and price special events.
- Order supplies, check inventory, maintain budget and deliver paychecks.
- Oversee food preparation and ingredient sourcing to maintain quality standards.
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