The tailor-made Green brand, which offers healthy fast food, is about to open a restaurant in downtown Toulouse. She is looking for versatile team members to support this launch.
Healthy and seasonal fast food: this is the promise of Green à mesure, the brand which offers in its 21 franchised restaurants throughout France salads and poke bowl to compose yourself as well as sandwiches, soups and pies. salty depending on the time of year. A new opening is scheduled for October 18 at Place Victor-Hugo, in Toulouse.
And to support it, the franchisee is still looking for versatile fast food restaurant staff. “We would like to recruit seven collaborators, indicates Philippe Pananceau, one of the two future co-managers. We will be open for lunch and dinner, 7 days a week, so we must be able to cover these large hours.” The team members will have to take care of the preparation of the ingredients, the setting up, the service, the diving, the cleaning and the preparation of the order, since Green Custom also offers click and collect. They may also be required to collect.
Be responsive and have a sense of contact
The Toulouse-Jolimont employment center, and in particular its advisor dedicated to Camille Daudigny, has already helped Philippe Pananceau in his recruitments. “No special qualifications are required,” she says. “You have to be reactive, know how to work with noise, while standing and in a team.”
Philippe Pananceau, for his part, cites in particular the necessary “sense of contact”, as well as the ability to “withstand the adrenaline” during gunfire, especially at lunchtime. The advantage being, for this opening, that the location of the restaurant in the city center does not necessarily require you to own a vehicle. Some contracts are full-time, but others, part-time, are suitable for students seeking employment to finance their studies.
The remuneration is that of the hourly minimum wage, with in addition a variable part depending on the results. Authorized persons can apply by contacting their Pôle Emploi advisor or directly to the dedicated email address [email protected]
A live sector
After very difficult months due to the Covid, the catering industry is starting up again but still struggling to recruit. Working conditions, including cut, staggered and weekend schedules, have often been mentioned to explain these difficulties in hiring. Some recruiters have also “reviewed their copy” on these points, says Camille Daudigny. This week, Emmanuel Macron announced the tax exemption for tips to further encourage candidates to choose this path.