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Date Posted on NACE Philly: Jul 8, 2021

Jeffrey A Miller Catering crafts experiences that are a perfect blend of innovative cuisine and extraordinary hospitality in unforgettable settings.

As a Jeffrey Miller Catering (JAM) Sales and Site Manager, your mission is to run your venue as if it were your own- showing the space with enthusiasm and energy, caring for the property, and selling gorgeous weddings and other special events. You will ensure that each special day for our clients and their guests is spectacularly memorable.

Here’s what you have to look forward to:

  • Responding to leads promptly and with a personal touch.
  • Arranging tours during the days, on evenings, or on weekends.
  • Following up with prospects to close the sale.
  • Planning menus, creating floor plans and schedules, and supervising planners.
  • Managing and caring for your venue.
  • Working as a part of a large and dedicated team.
  • Attending your client’s event and interfacing with the event captain and waitstaff to be sure they execute the event properly, and that your clients receive first-rate hospitality.
  • Seeing the smiles and hearing the laughter of your clients when their event finally comes to fruition!

Here’s what you must bring to the table:

- The ability to work a flexible work schedule. Events and tours are usually on weekends. There are calls and emails to be made and taken seven days a week.

- Your own reliable transportation to get to your venue.

- Excellent references from former managers and possibly past clients and others.

- At least 5-10 years of related full-time work experience.

Here’s what you should bring to the table:

- A competitive spirit and a love of selling

- The ability to operate in a time sensitive, deadline-oriented, and ever-changing environment.

- Attention to detail. Our sales and planning paperwork is very important and following protocol to 100% completion is the recipe to executing a great event.

- A true spirit for hospitality, a love for fine dining, and excellent verbal, writing and computer skills.

- Respect for, and understanding of our company values: Integrity, Quality, Teamwork, Humor, Growth.

Here’s what we bring to the table:

- The opportunity to be a part of the Delaware Valley’s largest and fastest growing high-end wedding catering company.

- A team of experienced and skilled JAM sales reps who enthusiastically support their colleagues. We work together and help each other.

- The region’s most beautiful venues, where each has a social mission that matters.

- A stable company with systems honed over 40 years where we all work to get better every day.

- Standardized systems, training and mentoring.

- Established venues that are up and running.

We are an EEO employer and do not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, religion, general identity or disability.

Job Types: Full-time, Commission

Pay: $60,000.00 - $80,000.00 per year



Date Posted on NACE Philly: Jun 8, 2021


Preferred Experience in Hospitality, Event Planning, Wedding Planning Customer Service, Data Entry

Job Duties: (in no way limited to) Coordinate transportation for wedding couples and event planners Provide quotes via phone and email Expand advertising by canvassing to hotels, travel managers, event planners, and banquet facilities If you have experience in the limousine industry, please give the hiring manager a call at 302-650-2726.

Compensation: Full-time $20 - $25 / hour


FARMHOUSE RESTAURANT MANAGER (part-time),  People's Light

Date Posted on NACE Philly: April 5, 2021

To apply, please send letter of interest and resume to Richard Portney at [email protected] 

Position: Farmhouse Restaurant Manager

Position Type: Part time/non-exempt

Immediate Supervisor: Director of Farmhouse Operations


Job Description

The Restaurant Manager position at the Farmhouse Bistro is a wide-ranging position that encompasses the overseeing of day-to-day restaurant as well as event operations. This person has the ability to complete all Front of House (FOH) tasks in the facility, organize and locate all FOH inventory, as well as manage a staff of 8-12.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities


· Take and organize reservations through the Open Table system.

· Manage phone communications; take reservations, answer questions and return voicemails.

· Build menus, adjust hours, manage orders etc. through the Toast POS system.

· Open, close, and balance the cash drawer.

· Schedule staff for restaurant operations, ensure staff accountability and keep staffing levels consistent with the level of business.

· Oversee the training and onboarding process of new staff as well as the continued training and growth of current staff.

· Resolve any customer concerns, issues, or complaints in a timely, professional, and gracious manner.

· During shifts; wait tables, make drinks, clear and set up tables, and complete any task required to keep the restaurant running smoothly, as well as oversee that these tasks are completed by the rest of the staff.

· Ensure communication between the BOH and FOH during service to ensure all specials, menu changes etc. are communicated.

· Ensure staff understands and completes all side work needed during slow hours.

· Complete inventory every month and identify what needs to be ordered throughout the month so inventory stays at a serviceable level.

· Communicate directly with the facility director regarding what is popular, service standards that are working, things that could be improved, and any ideas that may increase business and grow the restaurants customer base.

· The ability to lift 20-30 pounds and work on your feet for hours during shifts.



· Have knowledge of BEO’s and understand the timing and flow of service throughout an event.

· Oversee staff through the duration of the event, including set-up, cocktail hour, dinner service, closing and clean-up.

· Communicate between the FOH and kitchen to ensure timing is correct and any adjustments can be made during the event.

· Arrange staffing for events, as well as oversee the training and onboarding of new staff and continued training and growth of current staff.

· Able to bartend, serve, restock etc. during events.

· Ensure any customer questions are answered and any reasonable requests can be completed, or problems resolved to ensure a successful event.

· Know the rules of the establishment, properly spot and correctly deal with VIPs, and ensure the safety of all guests and staff during events.

· Know the flow of a wide variety of events, including weddings, memorial services, corporate events, baby/bridal showers, birthday parties, etc.

· Able to lift 20-30 pounds and work on your feet for hours during shifts.



Communicative, adaptable, comfortable working in a fast-paced environment

Able to lead a staff in a helpful manner

Experience managing restaurants or event spaces

Excellent skills in hospitality and customer relations

Passion for great service and teamwork

A self-starter able to work independently, proactively, and with a positive attitude

A commitment to Equity and Inclusion



Hourly rate of $18/hour. Expected work hours are 29 per week. To apply, please send letter of interest and resume to Richard Portney at [email protected]


About us

People’s Light, one of the largest professional theatres in Pennsylvania, forges cultural and civic connections throughout our rapidly growing region. In the heart of Chester County, People’s Light is at a unique crossroads of rural, urban, and suburban populations. Throughout the year-round season, People’s Light produces

contemporary plays, classics, new forms of music theatre, and original work. Beyond the stage, we host a wide array of cultural experiences and education programs that inspire meaningful engagement with, and sustained investment in and from, surrounding communities.

The seven-acre campus at People’s Light features a restored, 18th-century farmhouse, two black box performance spaces, scenic shops, classrooms, rehearsal space, picnic areas, and administrative offices. People’s Light also serves as a local polling place. The farmhouse is home to the for-profit business: a premier event venue, The Farmhouse at People’s Light, and an on-site restaurant. 82,000 people visit the campus each year. Nowhere else in the region can patrons see exceptional theatre, attend a town-hall discussion, have dinner with friends, take a class, celebrate a wedding, and cast a vote, all in one place.

People’s Light is dedicated to building a culturally diverse and equitable environment. BIPOC applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. People’s Light is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, or any other legally protected characteristic.

To apply, please send letter of interest and resume to Richard Portney at [email protected]