Cover Letter for Food and Beverage Manager
A food and beverage manager looks after many areas of operation conducted daily in hotels, restaurants, resort, banquet hall, and in a catering company. He or she is responsible in ensuring the highest-quality service, which eventually increases the business. The manager makes menu planning, contact the vendors for supplies of kitchen equipments, utensils, groceries, and beverages. Maintaining the records of rented accessories at the times of events, supervising the catering staff, and ensuring high hygiene standards are other responsibilities that fall under this position.
To handle these many responsibilities, one has to have excellent management skills and a few years of experience in any settings where customers comes in. A degree in Hotel Management is also essential to work in this position. When you have both, you will need a cover letter. The letter is necessary to offer a short profile for the employer's reference. The profile should clear your management skills and experience relating to food and beverage industry.
3846 Church Street
Asheville, NC 28801
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October 01, 2013
Ms. Susan M. Suarez
467 Arrowhead Drive
Asheville, NC 28820
Subject: Application for the position of Food and Beverage Manager
Dear Ms. Suarez,
A hotel business thrives on the scrumptious meal and quality service. A visitor coming to a hotel for a casual lunch or dinner is potential to become a regular customer if these two things are looked after by an experienced and skilled management professional. That person could be me if you consider my application for a position of food and beverage manager at Cheryl's Hotel.
I have a degree in Hotel Management and been serving the hospitality industry for seven years. The best thing about my career profile is the opportunity given to me by Dine and Wine Restaurant. The owner, Mr. Jeffery Hamilton, had confidence in me and saddled me with the responsibilities of setting up the restaurant. I took this opportunity to heart and sweat a lot in making it the top ten restaurants in Asheville.
After achieving the success in setting up a restaurant, I have developed an hunger of extending my expertise. As there is not much of difference in managing a hotel and a restaurant, I can surely augment your customer database applying everything I have learned in my career. I can handle daily operations, plan budget, meet suppliers and negotiate with them on prices, streamline inventory and procurement process, offer personal care in ensuring very customer receive the best-quality service, cut down food waste, manage payroll and supervise staff.
I believe my experience and skills from hospitality industry will offer great value to your organization. Is it fine to call you next Monday at 11 am for an interview? I am available on my cell phone in case you have other plans. Thank you for your time.
This sample letter is a nice example of narrating your past experiences and achievements. Use it, if you want to receive an immediate call from the employer.
Dear Ms. Simpson
I am pleased to submit my resume for consideration for the available Food and Beverage Server position with your team. Given my background in food service and talent for customer satisfaction I feel I am in a great position to make a positive impact with River Edge Resort. Please review these highlights from my resume:
- My 7 year history as a Food and Beverage Server make me an excellent match for the unique demands of this opportunity
- I can quickly and effectively resolve customer concerns maintaining a high degree of satisfaction among my guests
- In previous roles I have provided on-the-job training and guidance to new team members and am comfortable filling in gaps during busy hectic tourist seasons
The attached resume provides further detail about how my qualifications and background as a Food and Beverage Server are a match for your team’s needs. I welcome the opportunity to further discuss how I can apply my strengths to a great season with River Edge Resort.
I appreciate your taking the time to review my credentials and experience.