To create awesome rotisserie meals, served quickly, by warm and friendly people.
In 1985, Arthur Cores and Steve Kolow took three simple ingredients—fire, a spit, and chicken—and revolutionized the restaurant industry forever. They opened the very first Boston Market, then called Boston Chicken, in Newton, Massachusetts, with a rotisserie and a dream.
Today, there are more than 450 Boston Market locations nationwide, focused on making delicious home-cooked meals for people who don’t have the time to cook at home. Specializing in juicy Rotisserie Chicken and home style favorites, our classic food is a modern hit.
In a world filled with fast food factories focused on making food faster, more portable, and more profitable, Boston Market remains devoted to just one thing: making food good.
SERVED WITH A SMILE
Nothing complements a good meal like great service. Our team members run each restaurant like their own dining room, and anyone who comes to enjoy our food is a welcomed guest.
We may have more than 450 restaurants and 10,000 employees, but it’s a small world at Boston Market.
Don’t be surprised if you’re greeted by name at your neighborhood Boston Market. Or the door is opened for you. Or your food is served on a real plate with a real smile.
We hope every visit, every conversation, and every bite is All Good.
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over 4 yearsGeneral Manager
As a Restaurant General Manager, you must be a self-motivated, dedicated and outgoing leader who can manage your team with integrity, honesty and knowledge while promoting the culture and values of Bo ston Market. You must also be highly organized and detail oriented with the ability to value change and to work effectively in a fast paced environment. It is also important that you display excellent communication, interpersonal and conflict resolution skills as well as a dedication to providing exceptional customer service.
Specific duties will include:
Leading, developing, training, and motivating high-performing teams
Identifying and developing team members for future leadership roles
Managing team member performance with clear feedback, recognition, reviews, coaching/teaching, and discipline
Maximizing sales and profits by upholding sales and service techniques in order to ensure a great guest experience
Modeling ways to delight guests in order to deliver an excellent guest experience
Maintaining a sparkling clean restaurant, ensuring that QSC standards are achieved, and serving high quality food
Increasing sales and maximizing profit by ensuring that all P&L items are controlled and that all company objectives are achieved
Maintaining appropriate employee records/documentation to ensure that the company is compliant with local and federal agencies
Supporting community involvement ... Read more
over 4 yearsAssistant General Manager
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Ensure Boston Market restaurant guests and catering customers are served properly and in a timely manager. Investigate and resolve customer complaints regard ing food quality or service when general manager is absent. Uphold sales and service techniques to ensure a great guest experience
Assist in the development and recruitment of restaurant employees
Monitor employee performance and training
Maximize profit by controlling P&L items
Order food, equipment, and supplies while maintaining ofc procedures
Implement general manager plans to meet sales objectives
Maintain appropriate employee records/documentation to ensure company is compliant with
Follow established human resource procedures.
Direct the cleaning of the dining areas and the washing of kitchen utensils, and equipment to
comply with QSC and government sanitation standards.
Monitor the actions of employees and patrons on a continual basis to ensure the personal safety of everyone ... Read more
over 4 yearsCashier
For many of our guests, you are the person they will remember from Boston Market. Your interaction may leave a lasting impression on our guests. As a result, your role is one of the most important rol es in our restaurant.
It's true that our guests are counting on you to ring up their order quickly and correctly, and to make sure that they are receiving everything they intended to receive (including any additional ��food items such as cups for drinks, flatware, napkins, etc). But THE most important thing you may do to leave a positive, lasting impression on our guests is to smile, greet them warmly, and THANK them for coming to Boston Market.
Our guests have many lunch and dinner options, and they chose Boston Market to spend their hard earned money. We know they'��ve made this choice because Boston Market is special and offers awesome food that is served quickly at a reasonable price, but it is extremely important that you let them know how much we appreciate their business.
With your warm smile and sincere "��thank you,"�� we believe they will come back soon. ... Read more
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