• Everybody’s Brewing Needs Experienced Line Cooks!

Everybody’s Brewing Needs Experienced Line Cooks!


Type : Job
Date : February 18, 2024


Everybody’s Brewing is hiring experienced line cooks! Join us at one of the Gorge’s most popular restaurants, now celebrating 15 years of providing our community with delicious food and innovative beers.

Everybody’s is known for supporting our kitchen crew with better wages and benefits than many restaurants provide. In addition to a competitive wage based on previous work experience, line cooks participate in a shared tip pool (tip percentage increases as you hit performance benchmarks). Job benefits include:

  • Paid sick leave
  • Enrollment in a SIMPLE IRA retirement plan after six months of employment
  • Food, beverage, and merchandise discounts
  • Full-time line cooks are eligible for health insurance and paid vacation accrual

Job duties include:

  • Prepares a variety of meats, seafood, poultry, vegetables, and other food items for cooking in broilers, ovens, grills, fryers, etc.
  • Knows and complies with our standards for portion sizes, cooking methods, quality control, as well as all kitchen policies and procedures
  • Stocks and maintains sufficient product levels to ensure a smooth service.
  • Maintain a clean and sanitary workstation
  • Stores and rotates product correctly

Candidates must have pervious experience in a high-volume restaurant kitchen. Schedule flexibility is key, with availability for day and night shifts on weekdays and weekends (including some holidays). To view the full job description and to apply, please visit https://everybodysbrewing.com/pages/careers. You can also apply by sending a cover letter and resume with references to Co-Owner/General Manager Christine Ellenberger (christine@everybodysbrewing.com) and Office Manager Kyle Bray (kyleb@everybodysbrewing.com). Please put “Line Cook Application” in the subject line.



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