O'Charley's

O'Charley's
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Established: 1969
Employees: 24,000
HQ: Nashville, Tennessee
Reviews: 1 Reviews
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O’Charley’s Job Description

O’Charley’s is known for its seafood, chicken, salads and is the ideal dining family restaurant. Individuals who want to start a career at O’Charley’s can be rest assured that they are in the company of professionals who enjoy working with one another. The company was recognized as best of class by People Report and Chain Leader magazine for their team member referral program.

Job benefits at O’Charley’s include:

  • Excellent monthly pay
  • Life insurance plans
  • Health and vision plans
  • Retirement plans
  • Quarterly bonus plans
  • Training programs

O’Charley’s Job Positions and Duties

  • O’Charley’s General Manager Job Description

The main role of the general manager at O’Charley’s is to take responsibility for the complete operations of the restaurant. He/she must make sure that all the guests are a satisfied lot when they leave. The individual is responsible for hiring and training new team members. The training program involves an eight-week period during which the individual will be guided through areas of business.

Job roles and skills required:

  • Oversee the entire operations of the restaurant
  • Help in the hiring and development of the hotel staff
  • Knowledge in P&L
  • Make guest feel welcome in the restaurant
  • Get guests feedback on the food and service
  • Develop cost effective ideas
  • Must be 21 years of age
  • College graduate preferred
  • 5 years of experience in hotel management
  • Must have a valid driving license
  • Must be able to work in flexible shifts
  • Must be able to stand for the entire shift
  • Excellent communication skills

Job benefits at O’Charley’s include:

  • Excellent monthly pay
  • Life insurance plans
  • Health and vision plans
  • Retirement plans
  • Quarterly bonus plans
  • Training programs

O’Charley’s General Manager Yearly Salary: NA

  • O’Charley’s Job Kitchen Manager Description

As a kitchen manager of O’Charley’s, the individual will be responsible for all kitchen operations which includes inventory, product cost and staffing, training and scheduling of the cook and dish personnel.

Job roles and skills required:

  • Oversee the entire operations of the restaurant kitchen
  • Help in the hiring and development of the restaurant kitchen staff
  • Get guests feedback on the food and service
  • Develop cost effective ideas for the restaurant kitchen
  • Must be 21 years of age
  • College graduate preferred
  • 5 years of experience in hotel catering service
  • Must have a valid driving license
  • Must be able to work in flexible shifts
  • Must be able to work in hot environments
  • Must be able to stand for the entire shift
  • Excellent communication skills

Job benefits at O’Charley’s include:

  • Excellent monthly pay
  • Life insurance plans
  • Health and vision plans
  • Retirement plans
  • Quarterly bonus plans
  • Training programs

O’Charley’s Kitchen Manager Yearly Salary: NA

  • O’Charley’s Assistant Manager Job Description

The Assistant Manager at O’Charley’s will report directly to the general manager. The individual will be assigned to the bar, kitchen or service area according to the needs of the company. An eight-week training period is provided for each assistant manager during which the individual is guided through each area of the business.

Job roles and skills required:

  • Assist the general manager in the entire operations of the restaurant
  • Help in the hiring and development of the hotel staff
  • Knowledge in P&L
  • Make guest feel welcome in the restaurant
  • Get guests feedback on the food and service
  • Must be 21 years of age
  • College graduate preferred
  • 5 years of experience in hotel management
  • Must have a valid driving license
  • Must be able to work in flexible shifts
  • Must be able to stand for the entire shift
  • Excellent communication skills

Job benefits at O’Charley’s include:

  • Excellent monthly pay
  • Life insurance plans
  • Health and vision plans
  • Retirement plans
  • Quarterly bonus plans
  • Training programs

O’Charley’s Assistant Manager Yearly Salary: NA

  • Some Other Positions

Other job positions at O’Charley’s include being a service manager whose main responsibility includes training hotel staff on door and food service. He/she must also assist the general manager with restaurant profitability.

O’Charley’s Job Application Form Online

O’Charley’s official website http://www.ocharleys.com/ allows users to browse for different job positions at different locations.
The website link http://www.ocharleysinc.com/employment/index.htm allows applicants to easily look and apply for whatever job position they desire as long as they are qualified for it.

Company Reviews

Friday 18th of February 2011
I applied and was hired about 3 weeks ago. I have quite a bit of experience under my belt when it comes to working in a kitchen and just the food service in general. I have been given the opportunity and schedule to be able to continue with my college which is great, but the overall atmosphere and duties that are given here at this particular establishment are very disorganized. I began training and one thing that was mentioned during this process was that all dishes must go out in a timely fashion and remain in the manner as the dish is written in the recipe book. Which i thought was very true! This is how the company has intended it to be and is the way it should be. But unfortunately when one man is trying to perform numerous tasks at once it tends not to be so. Maybe it is because of efforts to control labor costs? Or maybe it is just the way Ocharleys has its kitchen set up.. But I will tell you from my own experiences that one man cant run a salad station and saute station all at one time and produce a quality product that the recipes intended. Only way to do so is by having numerous salads prepared before business hits you and by doing this it allows salads to set more than 30 mins and therefore does not produce a quality product. In this respect I think that Ochareleys as a whole should evaluate this issue and determine whether labor costs or quality products are more important.

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