Prep Cook - Jackson Chili's

Brinker International Jackson , MS 39201

Posted 2 months ago

Be A Part Of What's Trending At Today's Chili's.

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Our Heart of House Team Members are responsible for setting the pace for a great shift, every shift. They provide dependable, fast service that is absolutely Chili's. If you take pride in great team work and want to make money while growing your career with a flexible schedule, then we want to hear from you!

We are seeking fun, outgoing, and high-energy individuals to join our team as part-time and/or full-time Prep Cooks.

About the Job:

  • Properly execute all recipe procedures

  • Prepare a variety of foods with different methods of preparation

  • Follow company safety and sanitation policies and procedures

  • Complete assigned prep work to stock and set up stations

About Us:

  • Fast hiring process

  • Make Money with a flexible part-time or full-time schedule

  • Great opportunities for growth into management

  • Great Team atmosphere and culture

About You:

  • Friendly, warm, and caring demeanor with Team Members

  • Thinks and acts quickly in a fast-paced, high-volume environment

  • Ability to use slicers, mixers, grinders, food processors, etc.

  • No experience necessary

What makes a good job, a great job:

  • Team Member dining program

  • Referral bonuses

  • Health benefits

  • Career growth

  • Education credits

  • Flexible online scheduling for family, 2nd jobs, school, and life

  • Highly competitive earnings opportunities

  • Discounts on items like mobile phones, travel, computers, and even autos

Our Story:

Chili's was born in Dallas, Texas in 1975. Since then, we've boldly claimed our place in the casual dining industry as the place to go for Big Mouth burgers, house smoked ribs, full on fajitas, and hand shaken margaritas! With a legacy deeply rooted in service, hospitality, and giving back, we are committed to delivering the best experience to every Guest, every day. Our Team Members work in a positive environment that is committed to our Purpose to Connect, Serve, and Give to Create the Best Life.

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Prep Cook - Jackson Chili's

Brinker International