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Posted: Tuesday, October 17, 2017 12:09 AM

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City Catering Company

www.citycateringcompany.com

509 Dexter Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109


Flexible Scheduling for mornings, nights and weekends!

Servers, Bartenders, and Cooks are needed for the Fall and Holiday Seasons at City Catering Company!
We are hiring on the spot for those who qualify and have valid ID and Food Handler's & MAST permits. We have many opportunities to pick up event shifts throughout the year on both weekdays and weekends and are looking for polished professionals to join our crew of part-time and on-call event staff. You must be willing to work shifts that range from 4 to 10 hours long and capable of doing some lifting, as well as standing on your feet for long periods. This is a great option for working part-time around another full or part-time job or during your time off from school.
Food and Beverage experience is preferred but not required for servers.
Bartenders and Cook positions will require some experience and Culinary students are encouraged to apply.
You must be willing to work shifts that range from 4 to 10 hours long and capable of doing some lifting, as well as standing on your feet for long periods.

Please be available to work on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings or at least two of those days per week, consistently. We also have some day shifts available depending on the events booked each week. You'll start immediately!

We pay an hourly rate that is paid every two weeks on payday (Fridays) and new hire paperwork and valid ID's will be required before your first shift.
***The Majority of shifts start at the event location and you will be responsible for getting your own transportation to and from events.

Please apply via email on our website with your resume or reply to this ad.
See more at citycateringcompany.com

• Location: Seattle

• Post ID: 54939097 seattle
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