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Food Server / Cook Located
George Webb RestaurantsGreenfield, WI
George Webb Restaurant on Forest Home Avenue has opportunities for great people to join our teams as a server or cook. No experience necessary we will train. Our cooks and servers make $12 - $16 per hour in wages and tips.
Full-time/part-time
Servers And Cooks Store Opening July 1st
George Webb RestaurantsGreenfield, WI
Immediate part time and full time openings for servers and cooks on all shifts at a new location reopening in Greenfield at 48th and Forest Home. Flexible hours and opportunities for all no experience necessary we will train.
jobsearcher.com/articlesRestaurants Host Job Description
The host stand is an ideal place to not just learn a restaurant, but also to improve your organizational and communication skills.
As our host is the first person our patrons meet, you will be expected to appear well put together at all times and always be "on stage" in the dining room.
Food Server / Cook Located in Greenfield
George Webb RestaurantsMilwaukee, WI
Overnight Shift (Preferred) Discounted meals and flexible work schedule while providing top notch food and friendly guest service in a casual environment. Fast casual restaurant. Our servers and cooks enjoy daily tips, employee meal program, and a flexible work schedule.
Full-time/part-time

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