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George Webb RestaurantsMilwaukee, WI
George Webb Restaurant in Brookfield has opportunities for great people to join our teams as a server or cook on 2nd shift and 3rd shift. Shift Availability: Day Shift (Preferred) Night Shift (Preferred) Overnight Shift (Preferred) Show more.
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