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Red Derby looking for a Cook

by Prince Of Petworth January 5, 2017 at 1:30 pm 10 Comments

red-derby
14th and Quincy Street, NW

“We’re seeking a cook to join our team. we have a one-person kitchen that operates under the direction of our chef/kitchen manager. one of our three cooks is leaving, and we’re hoping to replace his commitment, energy, and attention to detail. the position is roughly full-time, at approximately 75 hours every two weeks. we’d be interested in meeting you if you have culinary experience — but if you don’t, and you have the desire to learn, we’d be more than happy to train you. please email [email protected] …. with your resume and contact information. thank you — we look forward to hearing from you!”

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  • anonymous shaw dweller

    Is there profit sharing or other type of employee ownership? I hear that all there is so much competition between restaurants due to the boom in restaurant openings over the last few years.

  • Khris

    One of my favorite bars. Their food is nothing fancy, but for basic bar fare it’s tasty and it’s consistent.

  • Khris

    If you’re new in town and have decided that you really want to overpay for a miserable hovel on a steep hill right next door to a high school, then this is the place for you!

    • Khris

      Ugh, meant to post this in a different thread.

      • samanda_bynes

        lol was gonna say – if you’re talking shit on red derby you came to the wrong place :p

  • janus

    Sorry if I’m being overly cynical here, but are the hours set at “roughly 75 hours every 2 weeks” so that they come in just under full time employment and avoid paying benefits? I admittedly don’t know much about the service industry so my cynicism may be misplaced.

    • Anon

      I think you are correct re: benefits.

    • Anon Spock

      I’m guessing they’re too small to fall under the employer mandate. Very few (any I wonder) restaurants have 50 full timers.

      • Anon Spock

        I meant I don’t think they have 50 employees even if everyone working was full time which is rare for a restaurant.

    • lizcolleena

      Probably not. Besides the small business exception noted above, service employees rarely work that many hours. Derby is only open 100-ish hours a week.

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