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Connect Restaurant Services, LLC

Assistant Managers for Fast-Casual in Houston



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Assistant Manager for Fast-Casual Concept in Houston

Regional fast-casual chain wants YOU to be a part of their new growth. Be a part of the fun and exciting. Family-friendly hours make fast-casual the segment to be in. Less team members and minimal alcohol sells make it a dream segment in the industry. This regional chain owns two concepts in the state, so stability and growth potential is second to none.

Qualified candidates should have some experience in restaurant management, a stable work history, and be VERY hands-on. As in all fast-casual concepts, being very hands-on with the ability to interact with guests is a must.

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About Connect Restaurant Services, LLC
Connect Restaurant Services, LLC is a restaurant management placement company based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area representing many local and national restaurant concepts. We pride ourselves on putting the right candidates in a position to succeed by matching them with the right opportunity.

With a combined 50 years of experience in restaurant training and operations, our abilities in sourcing and hiring is proven with a long track record of success. Phone screens, the use of video interviews, and reference checks ensures a great hiring experience for both our clients and candidates.


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