How can I become a Food and Beverage Manager? What kind of starting salary can I expect?

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    DISHA RANI | Guide-Level 13

    2 years ago
    Almost the best profit line deals with only food and beverage service only. So, a food and beverage service manager is a one who has a high pressure on with a best budget plan for a day and a week and a month with different grade scale and promotions also matters apart from the development plan. So, food and beverage service manager should maintain a good cooperative links with all other activities and departments in a hotel for a good flow of work in a new way of business. Even with a high coordinated effort with their own department team members for fast flow of operation and make a great experience for the guests with a happy hour and end ... view more
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    ABHISHEK K If you do not go to the end, why to start? | Scholar-Level 17

    2 years ago
    They not only oversee wait staff and kitchen workers, but order supplies, ensure customer satisfaction, create schedules, and train new employees. Additionally, food and beverage service managers handle administrative duties, including payroll, employee records, and customer complaints.
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    konatham Abhishek HeLpINg HaNd FiRsT | Scholar-Level 16

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    Navarag Vaidya

    4 years ago
    Food and beverage service is outstanding department in hotel operating departments. Because, almost the best profit line deals with only food and beverage service only. So, a food and beverage service manager is a one who has a high pressure on with a best budget plan for a day and a week and a month with different grade scale and promotions also matters apart from the development plan. So, food and beverage service manager should maintain a good cooperative links with all other activities and departments in a hotel for a good flow of work in a new way of business. Even with a high coordinated effort with their own department team members for... view more
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    NITIN DESHMUKH Yard by yard its hard, but inch by inch its | Scholar-Level 17

    4 years ago
    Food and beverage service managers supervise the daily operations of dining establishments and bars. They not only oversee wait staff and kitchen workers, but order supplies, ensure customer satisfaction, create schedules, and train new employees. Additionally, food and beverage service managers handle administrative duties, including payroll, employee records, and customer complaints. Skills required are - Diploma in Hospitality or Graduation/Post-Graduation in Hospitality Management. It's better to have an on-the-job training. Bigger brand names in Hotel Industry prefers to recruit from top Hospitality/Hotel and Tourism Colleges. Check the ... view more
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    Sachin Gaurav IHM PUSA Alumni

    4 years ago
    Hi, To become a food and beverage manager also known as F&B Manager, first you have to have a degree or a diploma Hotel management, if you have a degree in hotel management then you can join any good property as a management trainee program so you will be able to get an Assistant Manager Position in 18 months or 24 months depending upon the program. After getting few years of experience as assistant manager Food and beverage and if your performance is good you are eligible for the promotion and work as a food and beverage manager. To work as a food and beverage manager you have to have a very good knowledge about food which is served in the m... view more
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    VISHNU AGARWAL | Contributor-Level 10

    4 years ago
    Get ExperienceFood and beverage managers generally must have 1-5 years of relevant experience in the field to acquire employment. Individuals who are interested in becoming food and beverage managers may enter the industry in a number of different positions in restaurants, kitchens or cafeterias. They may work in an entry-level position, such as line cook, server, busser, waiter or waitress. Working in these positions helps potential food and beverage managers gain insight into the field and confidence working in a restaurant or kitchen environment. Some restaurant chains may promote ambitious and experienced employees to management positions... view more
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    Sunil Soni Management & IT Consultant | Scholar-Level 18

    4 years ago
    Food and Beverage Manager is responsible for overseeing the dining services for a restaurant, hotel or a similar establishment. Primary goals include ensuring service standards and complying with health regulations. Specific job duties might include hiring service staff, hiring bartenders, training staff, ordering food and drinks, planning menus, setting budgets for food and beverage orders, and conducting inventory.Aspirants who want to become a Food and Beverage (F&B) Manager can enrol for any of the below-mentioned programmes:(a) Bachelor of Hotel Management (BHM)(b) Systematic Training and Education Programme (STEP)(c) B.Sc in Hospitality... view more
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    Aman Kumar | Guide-Level 12

    4 years ago
    Hi, To become a food & beverage manager you need to first do Hotel Management course. After completing the course, you can join a hotel as a Management Trainee or an Operation Trainee. After the completion of Management Trainee or operation Trainee program, you can become an assistant restaurant manager or Supervisor respectively. The Hierarchy is as follows:Supervisor Assistant Restaurant Manager Restaurant Manager Director of Restaurants (in large Establishments) Food and Beverage Manager Food and Beverage DirectorGeneral ManagerTo become a Food and Beverage Manager, you need have a vast experience and depending upon your performance in the... view more

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