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Food Service Server Wauwatosa
George Webb RestaurantsMilwaukee, WI
George Webb Restaurant has opportunities for great people to join our teams as a server on all shifts at our location in Wauwatosa on 122nd and North Ave. Our servers and cooks enjoy daily tips, employee meal program, and a flexible work schedule.
$12 an hour
Servers And Cooks Store Opening September
George Webb RestaurantsWaukesha, WI
Flexible hours and opportunities for all no experience necessary we will train. Immediate part time and full time openings for servers and cooks on all shifts at a new location reopening in Waukesha on Sunset Drive.
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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.
Food Service Server
George Webb RestaurantsWauwatosa, WI
No experience necessary we will train. Discounted meals and flexible work schedule while providing top notch food and friendly guest service in a casual environment. Come work for a restaurant steeped in 70 years of tradition but with an eye on the future.
$12 - $20 an hour Full-time

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