Bartender and ServerHEROES GRILLSarasota, FLJob Type: Part-time Pay: $10.00 - $12.00 per hour Benefits: Employee discount Flexible schedule Schedule: 8 hour shift Day shift Monday to Friday Night shift On call Weekends Supplemental Pay: Tips COVID-19 considerations: We comply with city, county and state regulations. $10 - $12 an hour Part-time
Server/Bar BackHEROES GRILLSarasota, FLFull Job Description We are looking for a server to run food, take food orders, and bar back to assist with ice runs, re-stocking and as assigned duties. $8 - $10 an hour Part-time
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