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Kitchen Manager
1487 BreweryPlain City, OH
A minimum of 5 years of experience in varied kitchen positions including food preparation, line cook, fry cook and expediter.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Kitchen Manager
1487 Breweryplain city, OH
A minimum of 5 years of experience in varied kitchen positions including food preparation, line cook, fry cook and expediter.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Restaurant & Bar Manager
1487 BreweryPlain City, OH
A minimum of 9 years of experience in varied service positions including restaurant and bar management, drink preparation, expediter.
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Event Coordinator
1487 Breweryplain city, OH
Must obtain and maintain employer sponsored Certified Tourism Ambassador (CTA) certification, Safe Serve Certification (for food and alcohol), if applicable
Last updated 30+ days ago
Event Coordinator
1487 BreweryPlain City, OH
- Familiarity with German culture and Gemutlichkeit desired BENEFITS: - Base salary plus commission structure - Health, dental, vision - Unlimited PTO - Employee discount on food and beverage We are committed to authenticity At 1487 Brewery & Kitchen, we use our global experiences to bring a truly authentic and unique experience that the whole family can enjoy.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Line Prep Cook
1487 BreweryPlain City, OH
Plating prepared foods based on senior chef's guidance
Last updated 30+ days ago
Sr. Manager ECommerce Merchandising (Remote)
Covetrus North America LLCColumbus, OH
Covetrus is a global animal-health technology and services company dedicated to empowering veterinary practice partners to drive improved health outcomes for pets.
Full-timeRemote
Last updated 1 hour ago
Inventory Coordinator
EteamDublin, OH
Review the Fact Finding for claimants who bypass or fail the Experian identity verification during the initial application.
Full-time
Last updated 2 hours ago
Marketing Coordinator
Great Roofing And RestorationWesterville, OH
Solid computer skills, including MS Office, web analytics and Google Adwords
Last updated 1 day ago
District Manager
American Homes 4 RentColumbus, OH
property management, property manager, regional manager, real estate management, residential property management, real estate asset management, district manager, real estate, business management, property operations, real estate license
Last updated 9 days ago
General Manager
McDonald'sWesterville, OH
McDonald's - 905 N State St [Restaurant Manager] As a General Manager at McDonald's, you'll: Lead a team of Department Managers that has specific responsibilities in the restaurant; Help the Department Managers to set their own goals, following up on their progress; Provide coaching and direction to improve the Departments; Hire and develop Department and Shift Managers Hiring Immediately
Full-time
Last updated 9 days ago
PAC Coordinator I
SpectrumColumbus, OH
Manage address exceptions and changes, new connects, supplements, suspensions, and disconnects to ensure E911 records are updated accordingly.
Last updated 17 hours ago
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