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Hillstone Restaurant Group is a privately-held collection of upscale restaurants with 45+ locations in major cities across the country. Some of our more well-known operations are Houston’s, Hillstone, R+D Kitchen, Bandera, East Hampton Grill, South Beverly Grill, Honor Bar, Palm Beach Grill, and White House Tavern. Highly selective when considering markets, recent restaurant openings have included Montecito, CA, Bal Harbour, FL, Aspen, CO, and Yountville, CA. To learn more, visit us at www.hillstone.com, or read this recent profile in Bon Appetit magazine: http://www.hillstone.com/press/bonappetit
Management Training Program or Culinary Management Training Program
Known for attracting exceptional people who are passionate about service, our performance-driven environment prepares you to build a rewarding career in hospitality. Your first exposure is an intensive 4 months of rotational assignments in one of our restaurants. Because our managers come from all backgrounds and industries, you are not expected to be an expert on day one, but will be given many opportunities within a short period of time to show your strengths. From professional development workshops, to informal mentoring and guidance from your colleagues, we are creating well-rounded restaurateurs who are also savvy businesspeople. Outstanding graduates of our training program can earn the General Manager title in just a few years, and many General Managers in our company earn over $200K per year. Training occurs in select cities in California, Miami, and New York City, with subsequent assignments in markets all across the country, making relocation flexibility a must for consideration.
Our management team search is focused on individuals who are dedicated to consistently driving high standards and achieving service excellence. Those who enjoy a small-company-feel, are adept at building relationships, and have a single-minded focus on delivering quality should apply.
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