About Sharebite

Sharebite is the leading food ordering platform built for companies to feed their employees. Our platform allows their employees to place meal orders with their favorite restaurants while helping to combat food insecurity in local communities.  Every meal ordered on Sharebite results in a meal donation through local partners like Feeding America and City Harvest, and to date, we have donated over 4.2 million meals. 

Being well fed is an essential ingredient for employee wellbeing, team performance, and company culture. Join our team and help bring do-good, feel-good eating to the world.

About the Role

Sharebite’s Restaurant Operations team is looking for a (Senior) Director of Restaurant Operations. In this role you will oversee the daily operations and strategic direction for the Restaurant Operations team by working cross-functionally to develop long-term operational improvements,  including go-to-market processes, internal and external operation procedures, strategic projects, and product enhancements in support of Sharebite’s objectives. Ideal candidates demonstrate proven senior management experience in a highly dynamic setting. You will become an expert in addressing the needs and concerns of Sharebite’s restaurant community by leading a team designed to take Restaurant Operations to the next level. 

  • Create and lead strategic direction for the team by establishing group KPIs and creating and tracking quarterly objectives.
  • Develop and scale new and existing processes that support ongoing business growth and operations. 
  • Establish quantitative and qualitative metrics and operating procedures by which the company's efficiency and effectiveness can be evaluated.
  • Collaborate cross-functionally with the business to operationalize market expansion strategy.
  • Plan, direct, control, implement, evaluate, monitor and forecast quarterly budgets.
  • Support and manage company-wide operational compliance in a number of areas (SOC 2, GDPR, etc.) as needed and applicable. 
  • Develop and execute new growth directives and identify opportunities for improvement.
  • Collaborate cross-functionally on new product developments and features ensuring a seamless experience for all Sharebite restaurant partners.
  • Oversee and operationalize restaurant partner training
  • Participate in the hiring and training of Restaurant Operations team members and managers.
  • Create and implement policies and procedures that will improve day-to-day operations, quickly scale growth, and provide operational improvements across the organization. 
  • Collaborate cross-functionally to develop and communicate new directives, policies and procedures in support of continuous improvement of processes and experiences for internal and external stakeholders. 
  • Motivate, coach and lead department managers in achievement of organizational goals.
  • Manage weekly company-wide updates on Restaurant Operations performance / initiatives and quarterly briefings to Sharebite board and investors.
  • Positively represent Sharebite and the Restaurant Operations team internally and externally,  of the organization to employees, customers, industry and community.

Required Skills & Experience

  • A minimum of 10 years of leading and managing large operational teams, preferably related to the food tech industry. 
  • A data driven decision making mentality and sound business judgment through strong analytical thinking.
  • Proven experience leading projects end-to-end, working cross-functionally, and creating operational improvements in high-growth environments. 
  • Ability to take initiative in a constantly-changing work environment.
  • Proven experience in translating high level goals into operational plans and procedures that drive results. 
  • Willingness to be working directly with our restaurant partners on a daily basis.
  • A creative solutions driven mindset, with a get things done attitude.
  • Sharebite highly values access and inclusivity, disabled candidates encouraged to apply.
    • Please email hr@sharebite.com with any access requirements for your application. 

If you're excited by the opportunity to represent a fast growing, mission-driven startup, we'd love to talk with you!

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