Eataly Toronto Is Hosting A Massive Job Fair On June 28
If you’re on the hunt for a job in the restaurant or retail industry, we’ve got an exciting opportunity for you!
A much anticipated Italian all-in-one grocery market, restaurant, bakery, enoteca, and cheese shop is hiring hundreds of people for its Canadian debut.
Eataly Toronto is hosting a massive job fair on June 28, 2019.
Opening at the Manulife Centre later this year, Eataly is looking to fill over 400 culinary, hospitality, and retail professionals to join its team in Toronto. The job fair is taking place at 1499 Yonge Street between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. and will give job hunters the opportunity to chat with Eataly’s team, interview, and learn more about the positions on offer.
The open call is for a number of different positions, including restaurant managers, chefs, bakery manager, and a beverage manager, to name a few.
They’re also looking for graphic designers, quick service managers, a warehouse manager, servers, bussers, cashiers, and an artisanal cheese and salumi manager, which, to be honest, sounds like a dream job.
If you’re interested in checking the Eataly Toronto job fair out, just make sure to apply online beforehand, and bring a hard copy of your resume with you on the day of.
Toronto will be Eataly’s first Canadian location.
So, if you do get a job after attending the job fair, you’ll be a part of culinary history! Plus, there are probably some pretty cool work perks to be had.
Torontonians are in for a treat when Eataly opens later this year. The restaurant slash grocer is meant to transport visitors to the outdoor markets in Italy. There will be multiple restaurants, bars, and places inside Eataly to grab authentic eats, spanning over three floors and 50,000-square-feet.
While there’s still no official word on when Eataly will open to the public, the hunt to fill positions make us feel like it’s not so far away.
Featured image: Eataly frontage on Bloor at the newly renovated Manulife Centre (CNW Group/Eataly)
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