Ontario St, Burlington, ON, Canada
Job Overview Would you like to prepare delicious seafood dishes for our guests and play a critical role in the kitchen? A Prep Cook at Red Lobster is an important kitchen position where you will prep food items to be cooked and maintain a clean, organized work area. Prep Cooks are also responsible for food storage and ensuring the correct ingredients are readily available for our culinary team. What You Need to Succeed •The Willingness and Ability to Cross-Train and Work in Multiple Positions - We believe in the concept of ONE Kitchen, where your training and flexibility will enable you to become an expert in all Heart of House roles •Skills to Make the Grade - Multi-tasking, organization skills, and ability to follow recipes to assist in creating delicious dishes •Job Qualifications - Must be at least 18 years of age, any culinary education is a plus! •Perform the Physical Demands - Remain on your feet for several hours at a time, be able to lift and carry up to 45 pounds, ability to withstand higher temperatures, bend, kneel, and stoop BIG plans are on the horizon for Red Lobster. Our team and restaurants are great today, but our future is even better. There is no better time than now to join the Red Lobster Family! Great Seafood You can be proud of the food you serve. The tremendous variety of seafood makes us the perfect destination for seafood lovers. Our annual "Ultimate Events" like Lobsterfest , Crabfest , and Endless Shrimp are more widely known than practically any other restaurant. You will serve fish at a premium standard. We are a global pioneer and an industry leader in Seafood Sustainability . W ith seafood served from over 30 countries, Red Lobster has a long standing commitment to sustainable fishing and farming. We are a founder and current member of the Global Aquaculture Alliance and a current member of National Fisheries Institute. Our team is proud to be known for not serving any endangered species on the menu and for buying only from fisheries that are sustainably managed through BAP (Best Aquaculture Practices) standards. Great People You will work at a destination for celebration. Our restaurants have a rich history of hosting birthdays, anniversaries, receptions, reunions, and other important memorable occasions. You are part of an amazing family. Our restaurants are a place where you can both make friends and find a mentor. It's important that our family of team members flourish, learn and grow. Our RL Cares program, for instance, is designed to help team members with unplanned expenses in times of great need. You give back to the community. Our RL Shares program donates millions of pounds of food to Food Banks and Food Shelters across the country - making a significant difference for the homeless and hungry in the communities where we operate. Great Results The #1 Seafood Restaurant Company in the US. Opened in 1968, we have earned an exceptional name, brand recognition, and reputation. The #1 casual dining employer for our size. (Forbes Magazine 2016 List of America's Best Employers and 2016 List of Canada's Best Employers) A restaurant that is loved. Our ratings are among the highest in casual dining for restaurant followers and consumer engagement.
Bateston, NS B1C, Canada
Overview: Regardless of university/college major or professional experience, nearly 100% of our full-time employees start out in our Management Training Program. This allows everyone to learn our business from the ground up and understand how they play a significant role in seeing it succeed. Once you've completed your initial orientation and training, you'll be assigned to a branch office in your home area and the hands-on training begins. You'll learn valuable business skills from capable mentors who were once in your shoes. Nearly 100% of all our managers and corporate executives started out as Management Trainees. During your first year, you will actively participate in everything from sales and marketing and customer service to operations and finance. As you progress, you will be tested and evaluated to determine your proficiency in these areas. Successful completion of these tests and evaluations will result in rewards, pay increases and the opportunity for continued promotions. As you progress, increasingly more opportunities will become available to you. You can choose, as most people do, to continue your rewarding ascent within on our Rental Operations managerial track or you can explore one of many other exciting options including, Human Resources, Accounting, Marketing and more. Responsibilities: As a Management Trainee, you are empowered to make business decisions that greatly affect your career as well as the bottom line. You'll gain responsibility for developing new business and maintaining current relationships. You'll be responsible for understanding cost control, reading your branch's P&L statement and understanding what it takes to run a profitable business. You will also learn how to deliver superior customer service. We will teach you how to effectively communicate, influence and interact with all types of customers, vendors and co-workers. You'll learn proper sales techniques to problem solving and conflict management. Those skills will provide you with the opportunity to market to local business partners and build solid, long-lasting relationships with key business decision-makers. In your development to become a successful manager at Enterprise, you'll learn how to mentor, train, develop, manage and promote a staff of your own. Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years old. Bachelor's degree or higher required. Experience in sales, customer service and management is preferred. Bilingual in French/English is preferred. Must have a valid Canadian driver's license with no more than two chargeable moving violations or accidents within the last three years. No drug or alcohol related convictions on driving record (DWI/DUI) or criminal record in the last 5 years. Must be authorized to work in Canada and not require work authorization sponsorship by our company for this position now or in the future.
3425 Morning Star Dr, Mississauga, ON L4T 1Y1, Canada
Greyhound Canada is the largest provider of intercity bus transportation in Canada, serving nearly 800 locations. It has become an icon of bus travel, providing safe, enjoyable and affordable travel to 5.5 million passengers each year. The Greyhound running dog is one of the most-recognized brands in the world. Are you dedicated and enthusiastic with a desire to join a winning team? Being a part of Greyhound Canada, means being part of the largest ground transportation carrier in North America. This is not just a job. It's a career. PURPOSE: Candidates must provide exceptional customer service by greeting and serving passengers at terminal counters, lobby and platforms. They will be responsible to consistently present a professional and positive image of Greyhound Canada. RESPONSIBILITIES : Selling tickets Travel information Billing and handling express and baggage and emergencies Making reports, answering telephones and general responsibility for operation of depots in the absence of his/her designated authority. EDUCATION: Completed high school, some college an asset EXPERIENCE/KNOWLEDGE: Customer Service experience an asset WORKING CONDITIONS: Terminal environment Greyhound Canada is an equal opportunity employer that welcomes a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from women, persons with a disability, aboriginal peoples, and members of a visible minority. Greyhound Canada, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 , the Canadian Human Right Act and Greyhound's Canada Accommodation Policy, will provide accommodations to applicants with disabilities during all steps of the hiring process. If selected to continue, please inform the Greyhound Canada's Human Resources staff at of the nature of any accommodation(s), materials and/or processes that you require to ensure your equal involvement. We thank all applicants for their time and interest in Greyhound Canada, however, only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.
Allanburg, Thorold, ON L0S, Canada
FIRST STUDENT, North America's largest & leading school bus company is training and hiring steady part-time and spare drivers RIGHT NOW. Steady part-time position, steady income supplement. No night or weekend work. HOURS OF WORK Approximately 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM, Monday to Friday (September to June) on school days only. Ideal for retirees, self-employed people with flexible schedules, or stay-at-home moms or dads. In many cases you may even be able to bring your toddler along with you (ask about child ride along). YOU WILL ENJOY • Safely driving students to and from school, following a prescribed route, on a daily basis during the school year. • Performing daily vehicle safety inspections. • Communicating clearly and interacting with parents, school employees, passengers, co-workers & the public in a courteous, professional manner. • Being part of a world-class organization. • Security and opportunities for potential advancement • Extra assignments may be available at many locations, but are not mandatory. • FREE TRAINING. • Competitive wages and a well-maintained fleet of automatic vehicles. • Making a difference in the lives of children. • Still having lots of free time for yourself, your family or your other interests. YOU MUST • Meet the minimum age requirements to hold a school bus driver's licence in your province (and company standard minimum 21 years of age). • Have at least 3 years of driving experience (at least 1 in North America). • Hold a valid (non-probationary) driver's licence and a very good driving record. • Communicate clearly in English or French (depending on the area and school district requirements). • Undergo & pass a Ministry prescribed Medical examination, drug testing, criminal record search, vulnerable sector clearance and other background checks. First Student is an equal opportunity employer that welcomes a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from women, persons with a disability, Aboriginal peoples and members of a visible minority.