Answered - Chef (Current Employee) - Vaughan, ON
Apply online or in store
Answered - Team Leader (Current Employee) - Antigonish, NS
Walk in and give them your resume, that's what I did, and just follow the normal job hunting rules. For example, look presentable, I'm not saying a tux or anything, just a nice, more dressed up outfit rather than a hoodie and sweats. Pre-warning they will ask you when you can work and if you're looking for part-time or full-time, so don't be flustered when they do, and make sure you know which hours you can work during the weekdays and weekends.
Answered - Hostess (Current Employee) - Calgary, AB
I had 2 meetings first one was safety rule and a book with all rules and the menu of the pizzas i had to learn . the next time i came it was pizza test . i had to learn all 12-15 pizza toppings and if i pass i hget my work clothes and the manager tells me when i start to work.
Answered - build station (preparing pizzas and other meals) (Current Employee) - Winnipeg, MB
Go in hand in your resume and fill out the application and hope for a call back.
Answered - Line Cook/Prep Cook (Former Employee) - Edmonton, AB
Apply online and have an interview with the kitchen manager.
Answered - line cook (Former Employee) - Niagara Falls, ON
Interview on the moment you hand in your resume
Answered - Dishwasher (Former Employee) - Calgary, AB
By submitting your resume and if they like it they give you an interview. If you have what they want they'll call you by the end of the weekend and that's it.
Answered - Server (Former Employee) - Prince Albert, SK
Bring a resume to the front desk and ask to speak to a manager or supervisor
Answered - Server (Former Employee) - Stratford, ON
You bring your apllication to the restaurant
Answered - Manager (Current Employee) - Winnipeg, MB