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ApplyView All JobsOpportunities With Pei Wei Pei Wei Asian Diner is a specialty concept where you will find a team of exceptional people intent on delighting all Guests who walk through our doors.
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PEI WEI is looking for a full time or part time crew member to join our team in Southlake, TX. As a PEI WEI crew member, you can be the smiling face that greets and serves our guests or a cook who makes things happen in the kitchen.
Marketing Content Creator Full Time Position Serving high quality dine in, take out, pick up and now curbside, Pick Up Stix & Pei Wei are two of four brands within a portfolio making us the second largest Asian chain in the nation.
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