Hangry Joe's is looking for a passionate and skilled

Restaurant team member to join our new team!

Are you a natural people-person with an eye for the details? Do you love going above and beyond for customers? If so, we want to hear from you!

Position Type: Full-time and Part-time

Compensation: $15.00+ per hour + tips

Our Benefits Include:

  • A fun work environment where you can positively influence others

  • Flexible scheduling

  • Learning first-hand from an experienced Owner/Operator and Restaurant Leaders

  • Intentional growth and development to help you reach your professional goals

  • Scholarship opportunities

  • Competitive pay

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Consistent and reliable

  • Cheerful and positive attitude

  • Loves serving and helping others

  • Customer service oriented

  • Strong interpersonal skills

  • Detail-oriented

  • Able to multi-task

  • Works well independently and in a team environment

  • Be willing and able to work a flexible schedule

  • Have the ability to lift and carry 20-40 lbs on a regular basis

  • Have the ability to stand for long periods of time

Back of House Team Member Responsibilities:

  • Prepare, cook, assemble, and present food safely, quickly and efficiently, meeting Hangry Joe's standards

  • Be knowledgeable of the assignments for all kitchen stations, including fries, breading, assembling, boards, and food prep

  • Stock kitchen inventory as needed

  • Keep the kitchen neat, clean and orderly at all times

  • Keep up-to-date with new products rolled out by Hangry Joe's

  • Work safely around kitchen equipment and report any maintenance issues to Leadership

  • Maintain personal knowledge by completing in-house training and stay up-to-date on any changes

  • Complete all opening or closing tasks as assigned

  • Adhere to Hangry Joe's San Marcos rules and dress code at all times

  • Other duties as assigned

Front of House Team Member Responsibilities

  • Smile

  • Create and Maintain Eye Contact

  • Speak Enthusiastically

  • Make Emotional Connections with Guests

  • Honor and encourage others to follow the vision and values of the Restaurant

  • Multitask quickly, yet thoroughly

  • Be team-oriented, adaptable, dependable, with a strong work ethic

  • Work on their feet for several hours at a time

  • Communicate effectively with guests and Team Members

  • Adhere to Hangry Joe's rules and dress code at all times

  • Other duties as assigned

What sets Hangry Joe's apart?

Hangry Joe's is not just another fast casual hot chicken franchise. We're a vibrant and passionate team dedicated to delivering an unforgettable dining experience to our customers and creating a positive work environment for our employees.

When you join Hangry Joe's, you become part of a close-knit family that values teamwork, creativity, and a love for all things hot chicken. We take pride in serving our signature crispy, succulent hot chicken that keeps our customers coming back for more. But it's not just about the food; it's about the unique atmosphere and culture that we've cultivated within our restaurants.

As a Hangry Joe's team member, you'll find yourself surrounded by like-minded individuals who share a genuine enthusiasm for providing exceptional customer service. We believe that our success stems from the dedication and hard work of our employees, which is why we prioritize creating a supportive and inclusive work environment where everyone feels valued and appreciated.

We are committed to nurturing personal and professional growth, offering opportunities for career advancement and development. Whether you're just starting your journey in the culinary industry or seeking to take your skills to the next level, Hangry Joe's provides a platform for you to thrive and flourish.

But it's not all work; we know how to have fun too! From team-building activities and friendly competitions to employee appreciation events, we make sure to celebrate our accomplishments and foster strong bonds among our team members. We also offer competitive salaries, flexible scheduling options, and a range of enticing benefits to ensure your overall well-being and happiness.

Join us at Hangry Joe's and be part of a team that is passionate about serving up the best hot chicken while creating memorable experiences for our customers. Your journey with us will be filled with opportunities to learn, grow, and create lasting connections. Together, let's make every day at Hangry Joe's a sizzling success!

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