41 years ago, Leroy “Bus” Earl Fuller and his son Stanley Earl Fuller had a simple idea: to create a laid-back burger and beer joint filled with warm, friendly people. The first Earls restaurant opened in Edmonton, Alberta in 1984, and it quickly took off — and Earls has never looked back, opening locations across Canada and all over the US. While much has changed since Bus and Stan opened the first Earls restaurant all those years ago, many things are the same — Earls is still a family-owned business, run by great people who are passionate about serving delicious food and drinks in an inviting environment.
Today, Earls is based in Vancouver, British Columbia and has 70 locations across North America. Earls remains committed to offering guests premium globally-inspired food, with exceptional service in an authentic atmosphere.
The Kitchen Partner
At Earls, our Kitchen Partners bring our culinary vision to life. The conductors of seamless dining experiences for our guests, it’s the desire of our Kitchen Partners to constantly improve their skills and lead the pack that keeps their talent fresh, and their skills (and knives) sharp. Our Kitchen teams are creative and curious, inventive and adventurous — and they navigate our high energy kitchens with calm, consistency and commitment to the entire team. They’re truly a “cut above” the rest.
Joining Earls also comes with perks to support you in your personal and professional journey. We’re committed to teamwork, community, and your learning and development. Our ultimate goal is that you leave here with tools in your pocket to live a life you’re on fire for; whether you stay with the company for 5 weeks or 5 (or more!) years.
As a Kitchen Partner, you’ll:
- Be the hands and heart behind delivering on our mission of delivering irresistible food to guests of Earls
- Develop an environment of connected, committed teamwork through communication, the willingness to help others win and your great attitude, drive and commitment
- Be a business owner every shift you work, taking responsibility and accountability for the safety and cleanliness of your station, and quality of product you present.
What you bring to the kitchen:
- The belief that people are the source of extraordinary experiences, and the desire to deliver irresistible food, every day.
- Huge pride in the ability to juggle multiple tasks at once, a willingness to learn and an openness to feedback, coaching and mentorship.
- Communication skills that foster teamwork and coordination up and down the line.
- Required certifications to responsibly work in and create a safe and clean environment for food production and consumption (Food Safe Level 1 a bonus).
- The ability to legally work in Canada (as a citizen, resident or holding other current and valid work permit).
Part-time hours: 20-40 per week
Expected start date: 2021-04-07
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Temporary
Salary: With tips ranging from $15.50-$22.00 per hour
- Prepare, season and cook food as directed, meeting dietary requirements where required
- Follow recipes and presentation specifications
- Operate standard kitchen equipment safely and efficiently
- Clean and maintain station in practicing good safety and sanitation
- Adhere to all sanitation and food production codes
- Recording food temperature
- Preparing reports
Job Types: Part-time, Full-time
Part-time hours: 15-40 per week
Salary: $15.50-$18.00 per hour
- Company events
- Discounted or free food
- On-site parking
Flexible Language Requirement:
- 8 hour shift
- Evening shift
- Monday to Friday
- Night shift
- Weekends as needed
Supplemental pay types:
Ability to commute/relocate:
- Burlington, ON L7S 2J8: reliably commute or plan to relocate before starting work (required)
- Secondary School (preferred)
- Cooking: 1 year (preferred)
- Food Handler Certification (preferred)
- Food Safe, SafeCheck, Food Handler or equivalent (preferred)
- Night Shift (preferred)
- Day Shift (preferred)
Work Location: In person