Scottsdale, AZP. F. Chang's China Bistro is an American-based, Asian-themed, casual dining restaurant chain founded in 1993 by Paul Fleming and Philip Chiang. Centerbridge Partners owned and operated Chang's until acquired by TriArtisan Capital Advisors on March 2, 2019. P. F. Chang's is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona.
37,633 JobsServer - off Premises DiningP.F. Chang's China BistroLong Beach, CAKnow the menu inside and out Engage with guests as they make food and beverage decisionsEnter orders, deliver food and beverages, process paymentsWork with passionate people to create and nurture a fun, family-style work environmentUphold our high sanitation and safety standardsWhat you need to have:Previous experience is not required - we will train you!
Prep CookP.F. Chang's China BistroArlington, TXUphold our high restaurant kitchen sanitation and food service safety standardsJob RequirementsPrevious experience not required - we will train youHave a current Food Handler's Card where applicable, or we will help you obtainAbility to learn restaurant menu and recipes and follow uniform standards. Full-time
Line CookP.F. Chang's China BistroDublin, OHA Line Cook, Wok Cook, Cook, Chef De Partie, or Station Chef accommodates Guests needs by preparing food according to established recipes and procedures as well as following safety and sanitation guidelines. Full-time
Server - off Premises DiningP.F. Chang's China BistroAkron, OHKnow the menu inside and out Engage with guests as they make food and beverage decisionsEnter orders, deliver food and beverages, process paymentsWork with passionate people to create and nurture a fun, family-style work environmentUphold our high sanitation and safety standardsWhat you need to have:Previous experience is not required - we will train you! Full-time
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