CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

  • Full Time
  • Bay
  • Salary Guide: $20,000 - $40,000


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GROVE BAY HOSPITALITY GROUP

We look for individuals who have a passion for the food industry, a natural inclination to always do the right thing, and an unrelenting work ethic. S... Role: Operating Officer, Category: Retail:Other, Size: 20 TO 49

CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER: GROVE BAY HOSPITALITY GROUP

We look for individuals who have a passion for the food industry, a natural inclination to always do the right thing, and an unrelenting work ethic. Someone with genuine kindness combined with a sense of empathy are essential to our hospitality culture. Once we find these rare individuals, we do everything we can to make sure theyre happy to work with our group and want to stay with our restaurant family for a long time. Weve curated development and training programs that are individually created for those that show an interest in moving up.

Position: Chief Operating Officer
Location: Bay
Hours: Full Time
Salary Guide: $20,000 – $40,000
Last Updated: 31 August 2022
Job Category: Retail:Other

Chief Operating Officer Role:

The Chief Operating Officer, or COO, is a senior executive who oversees the company’s daily business operations and administration. The duties of a COO include compiling the company financial reports, implementing business strategies and optimising the organisation’s operational capabilities.

Other Duties:

  • Overseeing the daily business and administrative operations and improving operating procedures for optimal efficiency
  • Assessing and enhancing the efficiency of internal and external operational processes
  • Leading and motivating staff to achieve sales and organisational objectives
  • Overseeing the recruitment process to attract the best candidates and reduce employee turnover
  • Mentoring and inspiring employees to key into the vision of management
  • Establishing policies that improve and promote company vision and culture
  • Evaluating company performance and recommend strategies to improve results
  • Collaborating with management and other stakeholders to raise capital and carry out other business-expanding strategies



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