Great op­por­tu­ni­ties up for grabs right now

The Queensland Times - - NEWS -

JOB hunters are in luck with a num­ber of lo­cal Red Rooster restau­rants re­cruit­ing for a range of po­si­tions in the lead-up to Christ­mas.

Red Rooster Queens­land state man­ager Sunny Olak said be­tween now and the end of the year just about all Red Rooster restau­rants in the area were look­ing for per­ma­nent and ca­sual staff.

“A few po­si­tions are up for grabs at Au­gus­tine Heights, Goodna and Ya­manto, but all the restau­rants are on the look­out,” Mr Olak said.

“This end-of-year hol­i­day pe­riod is the busiest time for us at Red Rooster, plus we are open­ing a lot of new restau­rants. There’s al­ways a need for fresh crew.”

The min­i­mum age to work at Red Rooster is 14 years.

“All that is re­ally needed is a will­ing­ness to work hard, a pas­sion for food and a ded­i­ca­tion to cus­tomer ser­vice,” Mr Olak said.

All kinds of po­si­tions are avail­able.

“It all de­pends on the restau­rant’s needs, from store crew and de­liv­ery drivers to kitchen hands and shift su­per­vi­sor,” Mr Olak said.

“There are cur­rently lots of roles up for grabs from front of house and back of house to man­age­ment.”

Mr Olak said Red Rooster staff, re­gard­less of their roles, were given op­por­tu­ni­ties to de­velop.

“Of course, when you start as restau­rant crew, you will be given all the nec­es­sary train­ing needed to serve our sim­ple, fun and de­li­cious food of­fer­ing. You will also re­ceive train­ing and guid­ance in areas such as cus­tomer ser­vice, food prepa­ra­tion and safety, time man­age­ment, or­gan­i­sa­tion, com­mu­ni­ca­tion and team­work,” he said.

“Many front-of-house crew mem­bers have gone on to move up the ranks in the busi­ness. Some have taken on cor­po­rate roles with head of­fice, oth­ers have bought restau­rants of their own and be­come fran­chise part­ners.”

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Photo: Rob Wil­liams

RE­CRUIT­ING: Red Rooster team mem­ber Skye Sealy, shift su­per­vi­sor Levi Bat­tye and store man­ager Sally Whitty are invit­ing peo­ple to come and work with them.

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