WHO WE’RE LOOKING FOR
We are looking for someone who has a passionate love and appreciation of good food and drink (particularly tacos and margaritas) to join our team. This position demands an enthusiastic, service-oriented and driven person. You're a proven leader who has remarkable work ethic, financial savvy and a love of managing teams and welcoming guests.
REQUIREMENTS + SKILLS
Develop creative and fun ways to increase sales, marketing opportunities and profitability
Maintain a strong floor presence to emphasize consistent service while building relationships with guests
Meet expense and labor goals to ensure profitability to hit financial benchmarks
Cultivate new and existing guest relationships
Take ownership of all aspects of the restaurant from cleanliness to maintenance to presentation
Hire, train and hold team members accountable to service standards
The ability to work a flexible schedule that is aligned with business needs
Cultivate a good-times vibe that is casual, friendly and professional
Develop the management team into future General Managers
The opportunity to become a part of a fun and growing company
100% employer-funded medical/vision/dental benefits
Unlimited PTO program
Generous and achievable bonus + profit sharing programs
Cell phone stipend
Professional development + certification opportunities
Lots and lots of tacos
Being part of our awesome Tacolicious familia
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
Tacolicious may have launched in 2009 as a stand at the Thursday Ferry Plaza Farmers Market, but Joe's love affair with Mexico started when he was a kid. Back in the 70's, his parents would hitch a catamaran to their VW van and drive the family down to Baja to camp on the beach for months at a time (hippies!). When Joe started returning to Mexico as an adult, it was trip that he and Sara took to Mexico City, eating their way through modern spots such as Contramar and El Califa, that provided the "aha" moment that ultimately lead to Tacolicious. By the start of 2010, T-lish had opened its first brick-and-mortar on Chestnut Street.
Today, Tacolicious has five Bay Area locations and the restaurant is as San Franciscan (see: Marina Girl salad) as it is Mexican (see: guajillo-beef tacos de guisado). We also have a spin-off in San Miguel de Allende, MX called Taco Lab; a tequila bar called Mosto; and our cantina Bar San Pancho. For our philanthropic efforts, read all about the Tacolicious School Project.