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Red Lobster

General Manager

Red Lobster - Lynnwood, WA

General Manager




Title:General ManagerJob Description:This management role is responsible for leading restaurant-level operations through a team of managers and team members; demonstrates leadership that is grounded in the Red Lobster Core Values and enables his/her team to keep our promise to guests by consistently providing a competitively superior dining experience. Successful performance is measured by consistent delivery of balanced results through our systems, methods and procedures from the perspective of our stakeholders. This ultimately leads to sustained growth in sales and profits achieved through personal, people, business and leadership results.Job Requirements* Proven success as General Manager/Director of Operations in a high volume, full service, casual dining restaurant* Proven ability to develop team* Knowledge of systems, methods and processes that contribute to great execution* Stable job history which demonstrates upward career progressionPosition:RLUSA


GM General Manager State:WA City:Lynnwood Job Type:Restaurant Management Zip code:98036-6718 Restaurant Location:Lynnwood, Wa Address:4231 196th Sw

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Red Lobster


General Manager Red Lobster - Lynnwood, WA, United States


Location: Lynnwood, WA

Company Profile:
Company founder Bill Darden opened his first restaurant, The Green Frog, at age 19. From the beginning, Bill’s restaurants focused on quality and service. With a passion for seafood, it was only a matter of time before Bill and his team opened the first Red Lobster in Lakeland, Fla., in 1968. Red Lobster is an American casual dining restaurant chain that is owned and operated by Darden Restaurants, Inc., headquartered in Orlando, Florida. The company also has operations in Canada, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Japan. As of February 24, 2013, there were 705 Red Lobster locations worldwide. On December 19, 2013, Darden announced it plans to sell or spin-off the Red Lobster brand, citing pressure from stock investors.[3]