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Assistant Manager / Shift Leader

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Advance your restaurant career with Arby's today!!


US Beef Corporation is committed to developing the talents and professional skills of management team members through a series of programs that are unique to the company. Grow with US! Accelerate your career with US Beef and Apply today!


JOB SUMMARY


Managers have the overall responsibility of the daily operation of the restaurant while ensuring compliance in all areas of the store. Day-to-day operations include cash/security procedures, product preparation, food safety, customer service, financial accountability, profit & loss, team management, staffing and enforcing company policies and procedures.


COMPANY BENEFITS


Medical, Dental, Vision, Prescription, Life insurance, Short-Term and Long-Term Disability, 401K with match, free meal allowance, PTO (Paid Time Off), Shoe Allowance and monthly incentive potential


COMPANY OVERVIEW


US Beef Corporation is the largest franchisee of Arby's quick service restaurants in the world! We specialize in slow roasted and freshly sliced roast beef sandwiches, as well as Market Fresh deli-style sandwiches, wraps, and salads. We currently operate six (6) Taco Bueno stores in Arkansas, and over 360 Arby's restaurants in nine Midwest states - Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Washington, and Wyoming - with plans to open 10 new restaurants each year.


U.S. Beef Corporation is a Drug Free workplace and Equal Opportunity Employer.



Company Description
US Beef Corporation is the largest franchisee of Arby's quick service restaurants in the world! We specialize in slow roasted and freshly sliced roast beef sandwiches, as well as Market Fresh deli-style sandwiches, wraps, and salads. We currently operate six (6) Taco Bueno stores in Arkansas, and over 360 Arby's restaurants in nine Midwest states - Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Washington, and Wyoming - with plans to open 10 new restaurants each year.



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