Pescaria, a boom in customers: the search for personnel starts in Padua. Here are the open positions
The Italian fish fast food born in Puglia has published several job advertisements for the Padua office: we are looking for qualified cooks and fishmongers, waiters and waiters as well as desk and tidying up, all full time.
You can send your application directly on the site http://www.pescaria.it in the Work with us section, selecting the location, clicking on the position and entering your data with curriculum (in pdf format). Candidates deemed suitable will be contacted by the Pescaria HR team and called for an interview.
For the points of sale in Polignano, Verona, Naples, Rome, Bologna, Milan, Turin, Trento, Padua and Trani, Pescaria is looking for people who can fill new positions with a view to a national and international growth plan.
The Apulian brand has in fact recently announces the opening of its first store abroad, in Vienna. Pescaria is a new way of eating fish, a format known for its seafood sandwiches and replicated everywhere, born in Polignano a Mare – in Puglia – seven years ago and today present in 11 Italian cities (Polignano, Trani, two in Milan , Bologna, Turin, Rome, Naples, Verona, Trento, Padua). Another 4 stores will open in the next 12 months, including one overseas (the first) in Vienna.
The history of Pescaria
Pescaria was born in the heart of the province of Bari: the first store was inaugurated in Polignano a Mare in 2015 thanks to Bartolo L’Abbate (historic Apulian fish trader, managing director of Pescaria), chef Lucio Mele and Domingo Iudice (co-founder and CMO of Pescaria, among the 100 successful Italian marketing directives according to Forbes). In 2016 the first Pescaria office in Milan was inaugurated in via Bonnet, in 2018 the second store arrived in via Solari and in 2019 the one in Turin, in an exclusive location on two floors in Piazza Carignano, then Rome, Bologna, Naples , Verona, Trento, Padua and shortly Vienna. Pescaria today employs more than 200 people.
Also for these reasons it was the first Italian company to be included in Facebook’s Earnings Call, Facebook’s internal quarterly reports drawn up by top managers, for having given value to the local economy by creating jobs. In October 2019 it was named by Forbes among the 50 most influential Italian companies on Facebook.
Pescaria is the first completely plastic free format in Italy, also in delivery: from December 2018 Pescaria has chosen to give up single-use plastic, saving 7 tons of plastic per month per store. Instead of plastic cutlery and glasses in PLA, a material derived from corn perfectly similar to plastic but in all respects biodegradable and compostable.