Jobs and Careers Autumn 2017 - 93
Baristas are the
the coffee world
and servce a
start at £8,000 to £15,000 for a
trainee, rising to £20,000 for an
experienced barista. Hours vary.
Fast food restaurant manager
As the manager of a fast food outlet,
you're responsible for the running and
profit of your branch, and maintaining
the reputation of the brand. You'll be
responsible for recruiting, managing
and training staff and ensuring high
levels of customer service. You'll also
prepare performance reports and liaise
with regional managers.
What skills do I need? Many people
enter through graduate training
programmes, while others begin as
counter staff and work their way up.
Qualifications in business, catering or
hospitality are useful, but it's more
important to be organised, motivated
and ambitious, with good people skills.
How can I progress? You can
advance to area manager and
eventually senior management roles.
How much can I earn? Salaries
start at £19,000 for an assistant
manager, rising to £32,000 as a
manager, depending on the size of the
branch. Hours are long and varied.
FIND OUT MORE
Beverage Standards Association
British Hospitality Association
ilver Service Training
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