Looking for work in Austin, Texas’ burgeoning food service industry? There are a multitude of places hiring right now. The sleepy old Austin of the early 90s is long gone. It’s been replaced by a fast-paced, voracious city that has new bars and restaurants opening daily.

Rental vacancies are not measured in days-they’re measured in hours as competing interests vie for the most choice properties. A quick perusal across the internet yielded some intriguing employment options. Are you an owner/manager? Send us your listing and we’ll publish it for you. 1} Like a “fast-paced and often high – stress environment!” Are you a dishwasher or a server who thrives on that sort of thing? Foreign and Domestic might be the spot that will allow you to feather your nest. http://austin.craigslist.org/fbh/3128310351.html

2} Are you a combination barista/bartender? This hybridization of skills could, possibly, maybe get you hired at IPic Theaters. http://austin.craigslist.org/fbh/3128377490.html

3} How do you feel about urinating in a cup as a condition of cooking for a living? How long is your rap sheet? A place called Provident Memory Care needs a person who can fulfill the following: “The Relief Cook is an integral part of assuring that the environment is consistently therapeutic, by role modeling appropriate interactions with the residents, staff and families”

4} Bussing tables is bound to be a tough way to earn a buck these days. Uncle Billy’s down on Barton Springs is looking. Do you have “THE PROFOUND ABILITY TO SUGGESTIVELY PROMOTE UNCLE BILLY’S PRODUCTS AND IMAGE!” http://austin.craigslist.org/fbh/3128221628.html

5} The Monument Cafe up in Georgetown is going into the Mexican food business. They’re looking for a chef. Do you have “Extensive knowledge of Mexican cuisine?” http://austin.craigslist.org/fbh/3127850938.html

Good luck job seekers.

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