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Huddle House Job Opportunities

Our Kent Huddle House Teams are comprised of a well diverse workforce. We encourage anyone with a positive, can-do attitude to apply. Experience in food-service in not necessary as we have an excellent training program. Part time and full time positions are available so come by and talk to any of our managers about your future with The Kent Huddle House Team.

Benefits

  • Flexible Scheduling.
  • Vacation Time.
  • 401 (K) savings plan.
  • Sick Time.
  • Insurance.
  • 401k.
  • Paid Weekly.
  • College Tuition Reimbursement.
  • Meal and Beverage Discounts.

– Available Positions –

Wait staff

Starting Server wage is $2.25 per hour. We do pay a premium for 3rd Shift.

  • Report to work on time in a clean, proper uniform with a positive attitude.
  • Practice all rules for safety, security and other restaurant policies.
  • Assist co-workers in excellent guest service.
  • Explain how various menu items are prepared, describing ingredients and cooking methods and answer questions about menu items, making recommendations.
  • Prepare and serve salads, beverages and desserts as required.
  • Check with guests to ensure that they are enjoying their meals and take action to correct any problems.
  • Remove dishes and glasses from tables or counters, and take them to kitchen for cleaning.
  • Clean menus, work areas, counters and tables.
  • Sweep floors, mop and make sure the dining room is neat, organized and clean.
  • Have Fun and SMILE!

Cook

Starting Cook wage ranges from $7.25 - $9 an hour based on experience.

  • Report to work on time in a clean, proper uniform with a positive attitude.
  • Practice all rules for safety, security and other restaurant policies.
  • Assist co-workers in excellent guest service.
  • Complete orders from grills, microwaves and fryers placing food on plates.
  • Grill, cook, and fry foods such as French fries, eggs, waffles.
  • Perform simple food preparation tasks such as making sandwiches and portioning.
  • Plan work on orders so that items served together are finished at the same time.
  • Clean food preparation equipment, work areas, and counters or tables.
  • Follow hand washing procedures and guidelines.
  • Sweep floors, mop and make sure the kitchen area is neat, organized and clean.
  • Have Fun and SMILE!

Dishwasher

Starting Dishwasher wage ranges from $7.25 -$8 an hour based on experience.

  • Report to work on time in a clean, proper uniform with a positive attitude.
  • Practice all rules for safety, security and other restaurant policies.
  • Assist co-workers in excellent guest service.
  • Load and unload a dish-washing machine.
  • Take out the trash and make sure it is secure inside of dumpsters.
  • Sweep floors, mop and make sure the dish-washing area is neat, organized and clean.
  • Pre-bus and bus dining room tables as necessary throughout each shift.
  • Have Fun and SMILE!

Assistant Manager

Minimum Starting Assistant Manager wage is $23,500 plus bonus program

Assistant managers have a lot of responsibility and this job requires solid leadership skills. Assistant managers assist the General Manager with the day-to-day operational duties required to maximize sales growth and minimize expenses while maintaining satisfied guests and developing team members. AM’s need to keep a level head, be able to multitask and have a team-winning attitude. Shifts vary but AM’s can expect to work a full 45-50 hour week. Availability on nights, weekends and holidays is also required. This role requires you to take control and delegate responsibilities to other workers; AM’s are just as hands-on as the hourly team members. The AM can expect to be busy with assisting team members, guests’ relations, completing paperwork, training new employees, cleaning the store and covering shifts. Assistant Managers will be exposed to all the knowledge to become a General Manager and have the opportunity for advancement based on performance.

General Manager

Minimum Starting General Manager wage is $32,500 plus bonus program.

The General Manager has the ultimate on-site responsibility of the store they manage. The manager is to supervise and administer day-to-day operations of the restaurant. The GM must display leadership traits that will produce: excellent service and food in a nice, comfortable atmosphere; a clean restaurant; satisfied guests; continuous sales increases; maximum profits; and an economical contribution to the community in which they operate and live.

Responsibilities of General Manager

  • Prepare weekly sales and cost projections. Communicate objectives to the team and make a commitment to achieve the goals.
  • Achieve maximum sales and profits while maintaining excellent operation standards.
  • Report daily and weekly sales and expenses to Kent Corporate or to a Kent representative.
  • Recruit and maintain an hourly staff to ensure efficient operations of the restaurant.
  • Train new employees making sure they receive all of the adequate information and tools to be successful within their role. Supervise the training, follow up and ensure the new employee is receiving what they need.
  • Acknowledge and greet every guest.
  • Ensure the daily and weekly cleaning schedules are posted and in effect to maintain an impeccably clean restaurant.
  • Follow health standards set by the local health department and by Huddle House Inc..
  • Ensure that all employees have been properly trained to use equipment and that all equipment is in good working order.
  • Ensure fair, honest and consistent treatment of all employees.
  • Ensure that all employees are kept informed of everything that concerns them and their jobs. Have regular workshops and one-on-one sessions with employees to for continuous training and communicating.
  • Apply and enforce all company policies, procedures and standards. Each policy must be understood by each employee.
  • Maintain good solid guest relations. Handle complaints professionally and timely.
  • Maintain ethical behavior and practices while on duty or on own personal time.

The GM must create a climate in the store where there is a feeling that everyone is on the same team pulling together. This is accomplished through supportive management. General Managers will be exposed to all the knowledge of a District Manager and have the opportunity for advancement based on performance.