We will seek to bring smiles to our customers' faces and seek further store openings and growth for each and every one of our staff.
Team FPC NZ
Frying things like karaage, making roll or nigiri sushi, arranging them to be presented nicely and then serving delicious food to our customers is the kitchens job!Of course, in order make tasty food, training and preparation are also essential!As you get better in the kitchen, you’ll get the opportunity to learn to do things like barbecue yakitori skewers or slice fish as well!Aside from that, doing dishes, and in cleaning in order to ensure that the kitchen is always sanitary are both important responsibilities of the kitchen staff.
Things like customers orders, making drinks, serving food, deal with payments, everything related to our customers is the hall staff’s job. That said, it isn’t just about fulfilling a set task. Noticing small changes in customers behavior and acting accordingly, meaningless and fun small talk, spending pleasant and enjoyable time with customers are the goals of our front of house staff.Similar to the kitchen, doing dishes, and cleaning in order to maintain a comfortable environment are both also important responsibilities of our hall staff.
Making the roster, staff training, development of new menus, listening to staff, and overall making sure that the restaurant runs smoothly is the manager's job. There are many different levels of managerial positions, such as assistant manager, restaurant manager, area manager etc, providing a clear standard and making it easy to stand up goals for progression within the company
This isn’t all of our responsibilities, though we have introduced you to the majority of our job! There are also many staff who don’t hold a single, fixed position, and instead operate over a wide range of tasks. Through Japanese cuisine in New Zealand, we share culture and hospitality with our customers.
Putting your skills to good use, won’t you work with us to create the best atmosphere for our customers?
We are a workplace where staff who wish to live in New Zealand and have immigrated over, and New Zealand born staff gather together, allowing for an environment where we can share information and come to each other for advice on topics such as livelihood here in New Zealand.