How much do assistant managers in London get paid?

Assistant managers in London earn

£11.76-19.86 per hour

Based on 113 employee reviews

Assistant manager salaries can range between £11.76-19.86 per hour in the London area. This data is based on quiz results from 113 employees who live in and around London.

What do top employers pay assistant managers?

Who are the worst assistant manager employers?

  1. Tim Hortons
  2. Papa John’s
  3. Taco Bell

How are people paid?

by the hour
an annual salary

Based on 113 employees

What contracts are people on?

36% report having zero hours contracts.
2% report having low hours contracts. (less than 16 hours)
23% report having part time contracts. (16-35 hours)
39% report having full time contracts. (more than 35 hours)

Based on 102 employees

What do assistant managers do?

Bar, restaurant and kitchen managers have the job of running a bar, cafe, kitchen or restaurant.

Other names, and types, of bar, restaurant and kitchen managers include:

  • Fast food restaurant manager
  • Hotel restaurant manager
  • General manager
  • Catering manager

Some bars, cafes and restaurants have assistant manager roles too. They are sometimes called deputy general managers.

With this job, you may be working on the restaurant floor, behind the bar, in a kitchen or in an office.

This type of job may involve:

  • Motivating restaurant and bar workers
  • Organising rotas
  • Managing budgets
  • Recruiting and training new workers
  • Developing relationships with suppliers
  • Maintaining hygiene, health and safety and licensing laws
  • Organising marketing events
  • Writing reports
  • Planning menus with the chef
  • Meeting and greeting customers
  • Dealing with customer complaints and feedback

You might be on your feet a lot. But any office-based tasks can be done sitting down.

You may have to work late nights, on weekends and bank holidays.

If you want to apply for a bar and restaurant manager job, you might need the following:

  • Restaurant and/or bar experience and training
  • Managerial experience
  • The right to work in the UK

Qualifications aren’t necessary but can help. These can include a college diploma, an apprenticeship or a graduate training scheme.

Bar and restaurant staff can also be promoted to bar and restaurant managers.

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