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Connect Restaurant Services, LLC

Restaurant Manager in Los Angeles



Job Description
Full service restaurant managers needed for national restaurant concept. Let your 2-3 years of experience of full-service restaurant management land you the job of a lifetime. Stability, development, growth and a highly competitive compensation package can be yours. This family-friendly concept with traditional restaurant hours won't have you working extreme late nights. You know the brand, and most likely love the food and atmosphere. Come be a part of the team!

Qualified candidates must have at least 2 years of experience in salaried management in a full-service environment, and must be willing to submit to a background check and drug test upon offer.







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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