Server M Shack / Town Center

Server

Full Time • M Shack / Town Center
M Shack was created by a shared vision to offer gourmet hamburgers made with freshly ground hormone-free beef, crispy fries, and hand-spun shakes in a clean and inviting atmosphere. And to employ people who are passionate about customer service and share our vision for genuine hospitality.

We are looking to grow our team with positive, enthusiastic, like-minded people who share our energy and enthusiasm for creating the best possible dining experience for our guests. This is a great opportunity to take your hospitality skills to the next level with a company committed to the nurturing and professional development of its employees.

Our Servers take care of our guests by taking food and beverage orders at the counter, processing payment using a POS system, checking the food order for quality before delivering to guests’ tables, ensuring guests are enjoying their meal, clearing and cleaning tables and assisting with keeping the entire restaurant clean. Our dynamic team creates exceptional experiences for our guests by balancing high volume with high quality. We have full time and part time positions available.

Primary Responsibilities:
  • Be a brand ambassador, ensuring each guest has a memorable experience
  • Engage with guests in a friendly and helpful manner
  • Take food and drink orders guiding guests through the menu
  • Handle cash, credit, and debit card transactions using a POS system
  • Coordinate and deliver food and drink orders to guests’ tables
  • Take pride in keeping the restaurant clean including clearing tables
  • Support and assist fellow team members whenever possible
  • Contribute to an overall positive and collaborative team environment
Qualifications and Skills:
  • Previous restaurant experience preferred
  • Thrive on working with a team in a fast-paced environment
  • Basic food safety understanding and practice
  • Ability to communicate effectively and professionally with team members and guests
  • Hardworking with a positive, upbeat attitude
  • Excellent attendance and punctuality
  • Reliable transportation to and from work
  • Food Handler Certification a plus and will be required within 60 days of hire
Benefits and Perks:
  • Food discounts at all Medure Brothers Culinary Concepts’ restaurants
  • Health, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance (full time employees)
  • Paid Time Off (full time employees)
  • Flexible work schedules to accommodate school, life, and family
  • Fun and friendly work environment
  • Opportunity to learn and grow with the company
Compensation: $12.00 - $20.00 per hour

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.





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BENEFITS

Healthcare
Medure Brothers offers medical, dental, vision and life insurance benefits to full time team members (30+ hours per week) after 90 days. Managers are eligible after 30 days.
Restaurant Discounts
Medure Brothers offers full time team members generous food discounts of 50% off at Matthew’s Restaurant, Restaurant Medure, Rue Saint-Marc and Midtown Table. Part time team members are eligible for a 25% discount. Both full time and part time team members are offered a 25% discount at all M Shack locations.
Personal Time Off
To encourage our team members to take regular time off to maintain a healthy work-life balance. Medure Brothers offers personal time off to full time employees (32+ hours per week) of 40 hours the first year and 80 hours after 5 years.
Growth Opportunities
We’re committed to enabling our team members to learn and grow into positions they desire to have within all of our concepts.