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Concessions Stand Worker - Levy Restaurants (United Center)
Concessions Stand Worker – Levy Restaurants (United Center)
Join Levy Restaurants’ fast growing team as they gear up for the upcoming Blackhawks and Bulls seasons! Levy is now hiring customer service professionals with a “can-do” attitude as Concessions Stand Workers to service guests at the United Center! Competitive wages, easy access to the CTA and an amazing atmosphere!
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The Levy family culture has nurtured incredible growth from a single delicatessen in Chicago, to an industry-leading, food organization over 30 years later. Today, Levy creates great dining experiences at restaurants throughout the country and many of the highest profile sporting and entertainment venues in the world. Levy is proud that thousands of guests have savored their food at some of the most celebrated gatherings in our nation: the Super Bowl, NBA and NHL All-Star Games and the Grammy Awards
Overview of Position
The Concession Stand Worker plays a vital role in delivering best-in-class fan experience to customers of the United Center. The ideal candidate will be passionate, personable, consistent, energetic, engaging, proactive and welcoming.
Compensation – $12.01 per hour
Location – 1901 W Madison, Chicago, IL (The United Center)