Shark Tank's Cousins Maine Lobster is looking to add to our dynamic team. This is a rare opportunity to join the Cousins Maine Lobster family.
We are looking for:
- Food truck employees to drive, cook, prep, expedite and cashier
*6-months -1 yr kitchen/restaurant experience
*Drivers-must have a valid California drivers license and a great driving record
*Outstanding Customer Service/Hospitality Experience
*Own Transportation - Must be able to drive to Service sites
*Must be avail Day Shift(Tues-Fri)and Weekends
This is one role and we are looking for someone that is comfortable with all responsibilities or willing to learn. This is an amazing opportunity to hone new skills and learn about the culinary business. Driver training is provided but candidates must be comfortable driving the truck or learning how to drive one. If you're interested in the job but not comfortable driving, we would still like to meet you!
We are looking for hard workers with food-handling experience. The ideal candidate enjoys working in a fun, fast-paced and competitive environment, has a knack for great customer service and a love for food! Must be willing to work as a TEAM.
This job does require a fair amount of driving to and from events so you MUST have reliable transportation. If this sounds like you, please submit your resume along with why you would like to work for Cousins Main Lobster.
The early days of Cousins Maine Lobster are very similar to those of Apple or Facebook, in that they were founded by men in California. In 2011, as Father Winter deposited snow on Boston, Jim made the trek out to Los Angeles to visit Sabin, for some vitamin D and to reconnect with Sabin. Over an afternoon of playing NHL ‘94, a game they began playing in Maine when it was released and still played on a daily basis in the CML offices 20 years later, the Cousins discussed business opportunities.
They talked childhood, huge pots boiling in the backyard, running around with buttery ears of corn (pronounced “Kahn”) and picnic tables built for 8 seating 10 messy, bibbed kids elbows deep in a steaming hot lobster. They talked about the burgeoning Food Truck industry that was taking over the LA food scene, bringing delicious, unconventional cuisines to the masses cheaply and efficiently. After surveying the landscape, they realized that LA was missing those tasty Maine traditions they fawned over. They decided to pool their savings and launch a food truck that celebrated Maine and served the bounty of their state the only way they knew it: fresh.