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Looking for: GENERAL MANAGER CATERING / BANQUET JOB for large banquet hall with small restaurant. START IN JUNE!!
Serves 70% Northern Indian food (Kashmiri, Punjabi) and 30 % Korean.
In charge of Booking, Selling, Managing events and the establishment. Should have 10 years catering / banquet management experience. Must be familiar with the cuisine OR speak Hindi. Location - outside New York City in attractive marina area with lower cost of living. Canadian applicants WELCOME!
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