Regattabar opened on January 29, 1985 and has since become the leading jazz club not only in Boston, but in all of New England. Boston Magazine bestowed its “Best of Boston Award” thirteen times naming Regattabar “The Best Jazz Club.” In 1998 they inducted Regattabar into its “Best of Boston Hall of Fame.” Regattabar has also been named “Best Jazz Club” by both the Boston Phoenix and the Improper Bostonian.
They currently seek a Manager for the Regattabar with a track record of success in Jazz Club Management and a focus on quality and guest service. Ideal candidates are passionate about music and the hospitality industry. Elevating the guest experience and achieving maximum flow through are welcome challenges. Applicants’ enthusiasm and ease for sharing what they know attracts the talent to make it reality.
As the Regattabar Manager at The Charles Hotel you will focus on:
- Managing all areas of the Regattabar operation, including communication with the musicians, by exercising demonstrated knowledge and experience in all areas of jazz club management
- Provide leadership and strategy to inspire your associates to deliver exceptional service.
- Jazz club management and bar operations.
- Enable innovation and drive results to successfully deliver on the guest experience in the Regatta Bar.
A four-year college education or equivalent is plus with 2-4 years of experience in a related position required. Knowledge of the music business and previous food and beverage management experience is needed. To be successful in this role, you must be able to read, write, and verbally communicate effectively and professionally in English with associates, guests, and leadership. You must be able to deal with difficult situations and people, while exhibiting a consistent level of professionalism. You will regularly use a computer and various software. Must be flexible with your schedule to be available during Regatta Bar’s hours of operation.
Apply online at the website below.
The Charles Hotel is an EEO/AA/Disabled/Veterans Employer.