News Ticker

Restaurant Area Manager Job Interview Questions

Career Quote of the Day

Loading Quotes...

Below are some job interview questions for a Restaurant Area Manager or Restaurant AM position. The interview questions you see below, were developed by HR professionals who have worked in the hospitality industry and continue to work with Hospitality Recruiters.

Restaurant Area Manager Job Interview Questions

What has been your experience in overseeing the opening of new restaurants? Describe your role and how you successfully completed all the challenges and tasks on a day to day basis?

As Restaurant Area Manager, describe how you continuously motivating and supporting restaurant managers with specific issues, such as staffing and business management; Give us an example of a particular situation?

A food and beverage company depends on a Restaurant Area Manager to implement it’s strategy for success.  Describe a time when you implemented the company’s business development strategies successfully with a particular location or area. How did you ensure the strategy was well received and implemented?

Acting as a link between head office and a Restaurant Area Manager, will need to be able to develop a strong business relationship.  How did you successfully build rapport and communication? What methods were used?

The ability to promote business is vital to being a successful Restaurant Area Manager.  What methods of marketing and promotion did you use to promote and opening of a new location or promote business to a low revenue location? What was the end result?

Review Your Resume

Interviewers ask questions based on your resume so remember to review your resume. This is especially true if it’s been a while since you have looked at it. This way you will not be caught off guard when you are asked about something in your work history that happened a few years ago.

Bring a Portfolio

It’s always a good idea to bring a portfolio of your work and credentials with you to a job interview. What better way to demonstrate the quality of your work than to show the hiring manager a work sample. So if you have a copy of reports, briefs, bibliographies, speeches, presentations, Web sites and press releases make sure you bring them.

Also take a copy of your educational documents. A university degree or college diploma in business, management, or a discipline related to a particular subject matter is usually required.