Red Lobster is an American casual dining restaurant chain established in 1968. There are more than 650 locations worldwide. Red Lobster normally hires on new help and seeks to fill occupations such as guest services, kitchen staff, and managerial vacancies. Whether you’re just diving into the workforce or your career is changing direction, your dream job could be waiting at Red Lobster.
Host, Hostess, Waiter, Waitress, Business Analyst, Financial Analyst, Pricing Coordinator, Facilities Manager, Maintenance Technician, Human Resources Associate, Bartender, Dishwasher, Line Cook, Prep Cook, Alley Coordinator, Culinary Manager, Service Manager, Kitchen Manager, Assistant Manager, Restaurant Manager, Assembler, Backup Associate, Baker, Production Team Member
MOST WANTED POSITIONS
There are many available jobs at Red Lobster, but these are most wanted:
HOST/HOSTESS - The popular seafood restaurant chain looks to hire hosts and hostesses on a regular basis. Hosts work restaurant front ends. Primary roles in restaurant services include greeting customers, answering telephones, taking reservations, seating patrons, and explaining specials and menu items. Red Lobster host jobs require a great deal of interpersonal communication and patience.
COOK - Restaurants regularly need cooks and similar kitchen workers to prepare menu items. A popular seafood restaurant, Red Lobster consistently hires new line cooks at locations across the country. Generally, Red Lobster selects cooks with some previous culinary experience, though current workers often receive additional training if employees express interest.
Red Lobster offers excellent benefits to its employees:
Dental, vision and life insurance
Maternity & paternity leave
Vacation & paid time off
Bartender - $6.59 hourly
Hostess - $9.32 hourly
Restaurant Manager - $49,615 per year
Line Cook - $10.84 hourly
Alley Coordinator - $9.77 hourly