Cost Controller- Sheraton Grand Hotel, Dubai

Cost Controller- Sheraton Grand Hotel, Dubai
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To ensure the smooth and effective running of day to day Goods Receiving and stores operation. To assist Food & Beverage department to achieve budgeted Food & Beverage Costs. Manage all aspects of Adaco (TAS) function within hotel and provide training when required.
  • Conduct month-end food and beverage inventories for Stores & Outlets.
  • Prepare Daily Flash Food Report.
  • Doing spot checks for F&B outlets & Spa as per Hotel policy.
  • Create/update recipes (food, beverage, special costing) and link Micros to Adaco.
  • Ensure proper issuance for F&B items from the Store
  • Ensure store items are checked regularly on expiry and freshness.
  • Reduce spoilage by monitoring and using better stock movement.
  • Attend specific banquet function if necessary to spot check stocks.
Control Procedures
Introduce and monitor par stock levels in all Beverage outlets (excluding Banquets) in line with Marriott policy and procedures.
Provide F&B Manager with suggestions for future price structuring of menus, utilizing knowledge of current trends and unit prices.
Control user access within ADACO (TAS) through system security.
To lease with purchasing department on any supply or pricing issues.

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