9/19/2017 - KITCHEN MANAGER - Wholey's Market, 1711 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222 (Strip District)
Candidate must have A MINIMUM 2 years of MANAGEMENT experience.
This position has direct customer contact and requires excellence in customer service skills. Reliability and a professional appearance are a must.
This position is classified as Full-Time Salary Management with 50 hours per week. You must be available to be scheduled any day of the week but you can enjoy evenings and holidays with friends and family. We're open daylight hours only and closed on 6 major holidays.
Wholey's Market is ideally located on a bus line.
Health, prescription drug, dental and vision insurance are available, as are vacation time, PTO, as well as an employee discount. A BACKGROUND CHECK AND DRUG SCREEN are conducted post-offer. No Smokers.
Our mission is to create happy customers by selling the freshest products at the best prices in a friendly, fun atmosphere. If you enjoy giving great customer service and are outgoing and friendly, you will fit right in. Join our team in providing excellent customer service!
Your resume can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with RESUME in the Subject line or FAX your resume or application to 412-261-4834. You can also drop it off at the Customer Service desk on your next shopping trip.
Robert Wholey & Co., Inc is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
8/2/2017 - PART-TIME COOK POSITION - Washington Country Club, Washington, PA
Washington Country Club has a part time cook position open. Candidate must have skills in ala carte and banquet cooking.
Please contact Chef Scott Burkhart at 724-225-9245.
7/2/2017 - PART-TIME CULINARY ARTS INSTRUCTOR - Community College of Beaver County
CCBC is currently seeking applicants for a part-time faculty position in their Culinary Arts program. Requirements include a Culinary Arts degree with Baking concentration, Bachelor’s or Master’s degree preferred; 5 years of current, related experience; a current National Restaurant Association ServSafe certificate and all required state and federal clearances.
The successful candidate will teach first-year Culinary Arts program courses which require thorough knowledge in commercial foods and baking techniques, including the equipment, tools, food preparation techniques, safety, sanitation, inventory maintenance, and maintenance of a commercial kitchen equipment and facility. The successful candidate will teach Sanitation Principles, requiring ServSafe certification.
To apply, visit www.ccbc.edu/Employment.