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Wagamama will take on employees
According to the information from and notifications of Human Resources Department of Wagamama Company, you can search for Wagamama recruitment notices and get information about the firm, as a result, apply for a job, from our website.
Minimum age to work Wagamama: Age limit is 16 years or older.
Working Time: Varies depending on the position.
Available Positions: Front of House Team Member, Line Cook, Chef, Part Time – Full Time
Printable Application Form(PDF/DOC): NO
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Front of House Team Member
On the frontline, creating a unique wagamama experience for every one of our guests – that’s where you’ll love to be. it’s a chance to let your winning ways shine and light-up the guest experience. encouraging those who want it to try out something new. being a walking, talking example of what it means to spread positivity from bowl to soul.
You can play your part by making sure the rest of the kitchen team has all the support they need to create amazing dishes. juggling different tasks, from keeping the kitchen spotless and pot washing to helping chefs with meticulous prep work. whatever the need, you’ll be happy to help and champing at the bit to become one of our chefs.
Your pride in the freshness of our food comes across in your presentation – let alone the flavour. from prep to plate, cooking to order, you’ll perform kitchen wizardry to get dishes out on time and on spec. and your unique personality means this first step into a kitchen career will soon develop along a pathway of your choosing.
- a competitive basic salary
- team keep 100% tips. it’s the right thing to do
- a bonus scheme that’s linked to performance
- a pension
- private health care that includes: gym membership discounts, discounted flights discounted
- spa weekends
- group life and income protection
- employee assistance programme
- wagamama meals on duty
- staff discount – so you can treat your family and friends
- legendary staff parties
Wagamama (stylized as wagamama), a British-headquartered restaurant chain, serving Japanese-inspired food in the style of a modern Japanese ramen bar.
Created by Alan Yau, who subsequently created the Chinese restaurants Hakkasan and Yauatcha in London, the first wagamama opened in 1992 in Bloomsbury, London.
wagamama opened at a time when few people thought the restaurant sector was worth investing in, although the critical acclaim and commercial success the restaurant received soon changed that belief. The first restaurant in Bloomsbury was designed by Stiff and Trevillion Architects, who were subsequently involved in the design of 10 further restaurants. One of the partners of the architectural practice, Michael Stiff stated, “wagamama really pushed back the boundaries and rejuvenated what had become an extremely jaded industry. As well as being completely different from a design point of view, the prices of the meals were also significantly lower than those of other London restaurants at the time.”
In 2005, then-owner Graphite Capital sold a majority stake of 77.5% to Lion Capital LLP for £103 million. In 2011 the chain was sold to Duke Street Capital for an estimated sum of £215M.
In 2013, wagamama opened their 100th restaurant in the converted Hammersmith Fire Station, a 1913 built Grade II listed building at 190-192 Shepherd’s Bush Road, Hammersmith, London W6 7NL.
As of April 2016, the chain includes 140+ restaurants, with 120 being in the UK. Other restaurants are located in Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Gibraltar, Greece, Ireland, Kuwait, Malta, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Qatar, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the UAE and the United States.
The first site in Streatham Street, Bloomsbury, London closed permanently on 19 June 2016.