Pub Management roles are employed positions, where you will be employed by the pub company/brewery you are working for. Pubs with a manager are often referred to as managed houses.
You will be responsible for all aspects of the day-to-day running of your pub. You will need to lead, encourage and motivate your team to achieve the best service for your customers.
The salary of a pub manager can be anything from £25k - £35k a year on average, however, it's important to note that this varies depending on the location of the pub and the individual experience of the pub manager.
As a pub manager, you will need to obtain a personal license that allows you to supply alcohol. Pub managers also are responsible for the safety and security of a pub.
Most pub managers have the option to live at or above the pub, which means you can save on living costs. You will work varied hours which will, of course, include some evenings, weekends and holidays, however as a pub manager you will have control over the hours you work which is a bonus.