Management Graduate Trainee - Bridgegap Careers

Management Graduate Trainee

  • Post Date: March 14, 2019
  • Offered Salary Competitive Remuneration
  • Career Level Fresh Graduate
  • Experience Less than 1 Year
  • Gender Both
  • Industry Consumer Goods
  • Qualification Bachelor Degree
Job Description

Food Concepts commenced operations in 2001. From inception, our aim has been clear-cut and focused: to revolutionize the food sector in West Africa and to deliver extraordinary satisfaction to our stakeholders.

Since launching in 2004, Chicken Republic (Subsidiary of Food concepts) has already opened 55 stores in Nigeria and Ghana. On this basis, we are proud of the brand’s hard-earned reputation as the fastest growing chicken QSR in West Africa and the number 1 chicken QSR in Nigeria (both in revenues and number of outlets). In addition, Chicken Republic was ranked as one of Nigeria’s top 20 brands across all categories (Financial Standards Awards 2009). 

Job Descriptions

Maintain overall quality and service standards.

Follow up on management team shift control issues

Develop Operations Excellence Audit action plan.

Ensure that Health & Safety and Food safety working practices are adhered to at all times

Financial planning

Develop budget plans and tactics to achieve target.

Keep regular contact with customers to obtain feedback on service, food quality and staff friendliness using customer comment cards.

Respond to written customer complaints on a weekly basis.

Conduct management meetings.

Communicate and implement national and local promotions.

Manage the implementation of local sales building programmes


Should possess BSc/HND in any related field

Minimum of 2nd class lower division (B.Sc.) or Lower credit (HND)

Strong leadership, motivational and people skills

Experience in the QSR/Hospitality industry is an added advantage

Desired Personal Attributes:


Pro-active self-starter

Assertive and tenacious

Ability to work with little or no supervision

Highly organized and able to adapt quickly to changing priorities.