Ben’s Chophouse and Grill
Job Title: General Manager
Location: Toyko, Japan
Prepared by: Jarrod Lucas
Organizes, schedules, directs employee function in the work place while conducting inspection of products while keeping inventories at a profiting level through supervision of employees and delegating duties.
RELATIONSHIPS, RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES includes but not limited to the following:
Creating a work environment to represent and up hold the Ben’s Chophouse and Grill’s values and products.
Creating and exceeding sales goals and profit margins.
Creates market plans for growth and capital to customers in and out of store area.
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Must be fluent in Japanese
Must have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office based programs
Must have 5-7 years in service industry general management experience.
Must be able to provide references from previous employers.
Must have B.A. or B.S. or equivalent education and experience combination.
General Manager |
Looking for a big change? Looking for a new challenge? Looking to see more of the world?
Come join our team in Tokyo, Japan and work for an exciting and expanding company!
At Ben’s Chophouse and Grill we are looking for employees just like you who are looking to create a change and get out into the world. Come live and work in an entirely different culture!
EXPANDING COMPANY WITH OPEN POSITIONS!
Apply today to see if you qualify for open positions. Applicant with receive relocation compensation with competitive salary incentives. Only serious applicants please.
Requirements include but are not limited to B.A. or B.S. in service related or business fields of study. 5 – 7 years of management experience or combination of education and experience.
Send Resume to: email@example.com or by fax to 555.555.5555 |
The recruitment strategy for the general management position would consist on selecting a candidate that is open to the idea of international travel and perhaps dealing with a customer culture that is very different from what is considered normal culture. The focus in selecting an applicant would involve the exposure to the Japanese culture as a whole. Culture difference can pay a huge roll in a service industry position. The hotel and resort will feature customer from many different areas of the world but mostly will consist of the Japanese culture customer base. It is critical that the applicant understand the Japanese language and vernacular. Ben’s Chophouse and Grill is essentially and Americanized Company that is looking to expand into international means. The applicant must be fluent in Japanese and must have understanding of both cultures and how to mix and represent the Ben’s Chophouse and Grill brand in two, often conflicting, environments. Finding an applicant that is a citizen of United States of America and willing to work in Japan would present some problems since the relocation is so vast. The main focus group would be American descendants of the Japanese culture or Japanese speaking Americans that studied any international business majors with second language of Japanese.
Finding the right applicant would take some time. Once that applicant is found the company will offer incentives based of length...