Now that the big news of Funky Buddha Brewery's grand opening date of June 1 has been announced, the brewery needs some hired hands to run the joint.
The brewery is currently seeking bartenders, wait staff, and back-of-house staff. Individuals must be energetic, enthusiastic, and self-motivated with a passion for craft beer. Industry experience is always a big plus. Unfortunately, they are not currently hiring any brewery positions.
Funky Buddha will be hosting two open houses on Tuesday, May 7, from 1 to 4 p.m. and Wednesday, May 8, from 5 to 8 p.m. to accept résumés and conduct brief interviews. If you plan on going, bring a one-page résumé with job history and references.
Any drop-ins, phone calls, or electronic résumés will not be accepted outside of this date. Be sure to look snappy and wear a smile.
And this isn't just any food-and-beverage-industry job; this is a chance to work at one of the most anticipated brewery operations in Florida, serving a market that is serious about craft beer.
So if you've got what it takes, drop by the brewery located 1201 NE 38th St., Bay A1, in Oakland Park. The entrance is on the southeast corner of the building. Visit Funky Buddha's Facebook page for more details.
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