I'm riveted by Chipotle's jobs campaign, since I don't think of opportunity in the form of a wrapped burrito, presented in a thunk of rice-stuffed tin foil. But I may be the anomaly, considering that even Willie Nelson works for Chipotle. The job fair is this Friday from 8 to 11 a.m. For more information, check it out here

South Florida Needs Burrito Wrappers, Bike Messengers, Bartenders, and Baristas

Calling all cyclists: Keep it old school by picking up a job as a bike messenger, delivering Jimmy John's sandwiches in downtown Miami. Must ride a Bianchi, Surly, Jamis, or Fuji road bike. Fixies OK. Sleeve tattoos required. Check it out here.

More after the jump.
Looking for changing scenery? A new food truck to debut next week in Fort Lauderdale and Miami needs employees. Be ready to roll on November 13. Check it out here.

A new Boca Raton Pizzeria and Bar is looking for a general manager. Must know all aspects of the business, particularly wine. Here's the information. 

New chophouse slated to open within a month needs bartenders and servers. Owners with 40 years in the business seek applicants with fine-dining experience, but willing to train rookies. Find more information here

Michael's Genuine must really need servers, line cooks, pastry platers, and bussers with two or more years' experience, since it's posted ads for four days in a row. Apply in person from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. 

Brew needs baristas. Please apply. The line is very long. My favorite barista ever works alone. It's a great coffee house

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