Gus's World Famous Fried Chicken in Mid-City Los Angeles is hiring Servers & Cashiers for immediate start! The position would entail both Serving and Cashiering shifts. Training and employment would begin immediately.
Prior serving and/or cashiering experience is required. Gus's team members must be self-motivated, hardworking and focused individuals. This is a high-volume, fast-paced dining room that requires strong team members working together in a drama-free manner.
Our average sales generated per a single shift is approximately $1,000. High-performing employees will have the opportunity for promotions and raises.
We are an upbeat, fast-paced, casual dining restaurant. Our recipe was developed in the 1950's in Tennessee. Locally, we have locations in Central LA, Burbank and Long Beach. Since we opened in Central LA in the summer of 2016, we have been featured across many magazines and websites including Eater, Zagat, LA Magazine, LA Weekly and Thrillist. In fact, Eater has ranked us as the #1 fried chicken in the city. GQ and Forbes Magazines claim that we have the best fried chicken in the country!
If the opportunity excites you, please send us your resume with the following subject line:
We want to get to know you, so please let us know the following in the body of the email:
1) What is your favorite food?
2) What is your favorite restaurant?
This is a unique opportunity for truly outstanding individuals with ample room for promotion.
Gus's is an equal opportunity employer and committed to a diverse staff.
At Gus's we're all about the food. Gus's restaurants are low-key with a southern flare where you will hear soulful classics emitting from the jukebox. Many people call Gus's a "blues-infused southern eatery." At Gus's World Famous Fried Chicken we focus on the chicken. We begin by using quality chicken which is treated to our special preparation techniques before being marinated in our proprietary batter. Once it's properly fried to a crisp golden-brown, we serve it up with a plate full of southern inspired sides and a cold beer or sweet tea. The result? Customers line up at our door before we're even open.