Assistant Manager The Anglesea Arms - Anglesea Arms (SW7 3QG)
Salary: 23,000.00 - 25,000.00 (with a bonus on top)
Location: Anglesea Arms (SW7 3QG)
Recruiter: Metropolitan Pub Company
Job id: req2331
The Anglesea Arms is found on Selwood Terrace in South Kensington, where Charles Dickens once resided at no. 11. The site was originally a market garden and nursery dating back to 1712. A beautiful traditional pub that feels older than it looks with warranted reputation for its excellent food and drink offering.
Here at Metro Pub Company, our mission is simple - we want this to be the best place you’ve ever worked.
Our bars are at the forefront of that mission; delivering amazing environments our guests don’t want to leave.
You’ll work with the general manager to run the pub, hire, train and develop the team, plan events and take charge of everything when the general manager’s away. You’ve already worked as an assistant manager in a busy pub for at least a year, and we’re keen to know what you’ve learnt.
But it’s more than that.
We’re much more interested in who you are and what you’re really like. What are you like to work with? How do you rally a team? Are you calm when things don’t go to plan? What makes you laugh? We want to get to know you and your way of doing things. And find out how you can bring them to Anglesea Arms (SW7 3QG).
What’s in it for you?
- A salary up there with the best of the rest (with bonus on top).
- The chance to move on to managing your own pub.
- Discount at the pub and our sister pubs.
- The chance to run and develop a business.
- Parties and events with other management teams.
- Top-class management leadership programme.
Who are we, anyway?
We’re Metropolitan Pub Company (or Metro Pub Co for short). We’re part of Greene King, but they leave us to it. We’re big believers in local pubs being just that, with their own character and charm. We’ve got over 60 pubs in and around London: neighbourhood locals, city pubs and foodie ones. They’re all different – run by their managers, not a boardroom – and we like it that way.