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Systems Manager

Los Angeles, CA

This position will work under the executive management team for 11 House of Blues venues. It will act as a central point of contact for multiple departments, including Restaurant/Bar Operations, Culinary, Marketing, Finance, and IT/Point of Sale.

The role is responsible for maintaining the enterprise inventory management (CrunchTime) system, employee scheduling and communications (HotSchedules) system, as well as providing reporting insights to leadership.


  • Manage CrunchTime web-based inventory system (recipes, products, inventory, purchasing)
  • Manage HotSchedules web-based scheduling and labor management platform
  • Help coordinate HOB companywide initiatives (e.g., new menus, purchasing, marketing)
  • Provide timely support to venue and corporate users during business hours
  • Analyze, recommend and help implement operational improvement initiatives
  • Reports to HOB Manager of Business Operations, while also providing direct support to local operations teams
  • Supports venue point of sale (Micros Simphony) menu programming, employee & user accounts


  • College degree and 2+ years of experience in a financial/administrative/operational role
  • Prior experience with CrunchTime or similar restaurant operations system preferred, but not required
  • Prior experience with HotSchedules or similar labor management system preferred, but not required
  • High level of attention to detail, and ability to design and maintain complex analytical system
  • Highly proficient in Microsoft Excel
  • Independent working style and desire to own and drive business performance improvements
  • Ability to clearly communicate and work effectively with all levels and functions of HOB organization

If the above description sounds like you and fits your background, apply online at to join the Live Nation Entertainment team today!

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The expected compensation for this position in California is:

$66,560.00 USD - $75,000.00 USD

Please note that the compensation information provided is a good faith estimate for this position only and is provided pursuant to the California Salary Transparency in Job Advertisements Law. It is estimated based on what a successful California applicant might be paid. It assumes that the successful candidate will be in California or perform the position from California. Similar positions located outside of California will not necessarily receive the same compensation.

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