Strippers, Servers, Busboys, and Bakers: Fort Lauderdale's Hospitality Jobs This Week

​Calling all strippers...and managers, bartenders, servers, hosts, cooks, dishwashers, DJ's, marketing peeps, and makeup artists.  Meet Robert DeNiro, Carmen Electra, and Hugh Hefner with his bunnies at the re-opening of Cheetah Night Club. This Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. stop by the massive job fair at 100 Ansin Blvd., Hallandale (954-455-2131).  A spokesperson said there are 120 job openings. 
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"Enjoy a sense of ownership," baking at Einstein Bros. Bagels in shifts that start at 2 a.m. Sounds great.

hiring for the front of the house, though there's no job fair and they don't want you to call. I take it that means they'd like for you to head to the restaurant and ask for Noah Davila or Kevin Leogue if you're interested

Deck 84 is looking for a GM and the ad claims they're willing to pay top dollar. 

Jump ship and head to Alabama to work as a sous chef for a pair of the country's most respected chefs-Christopher and Idie Hastings- at Hot and Hot Fish Club. Check it out here.

The Cheesecake Factory and its newest sibling Grand Luxe Cafe need tons of help in front of the house, on the line, and in pastry. Check it out herehere, and here.

How are your knife skills? Red Koi food truck needs sushi chefs. Click here for more information.

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