GOODS: Gastown’s “L’Abattoir” Looking For Some Help In The Office And At The Door

GOODS: Gastown’s “L’Abattoir” Looking For Some Help In The Office And At The Door

The GOODS from L'Abattoir Vancouver, BC | Gastown's L'Abattoir restaurant is looking for a part-time administrative assistant-hostess/host to work 3 to 5 shifts a week on a flexible schedule. The successful applicant will have Open Table, MS Word and Office proficiency, and be organised with good phone etiquette and communication skills. Restaurant experience a must. Apply in confidence to paul [at] labattoir [dot ca]. Learn more about the restaurant after the jump...(THIS POSITION… more 

GOODS: Gastown’s “L’Abattoir” Hunting For A New Foodrunner To Join Its Service Team

GOODS: Gastown’s “L’Abattoir” Hunting For A New Foodrunner To Join Its Service Team

The GOODS from L'Abattoir Vancouver, BC | Gastown's L'Abattoir restaurant is looking for a competent food runner to work 2 to 4 shifts a week on a flexible… more 

GOODS: Gastown’s “L’Abattoir” To Launch Sunday Night Service Beginning April 10th

GOODS: Gastown’s “L’Abattoir” To Launch Sunday Night Service Beginning April 10th

The GOODS from L'Abattoir Vancouver, BC | L’Abattoir, the Gastown hotspot recently voted Best New Restaurant in the annual Golden Plates issue of The Georgia… more 

Gastown’s “L’Abattoir” Seeking Self-Motivated Chef De Partie…

Gastown’s “L’Abattoir” Seeking Self-Motivated Chef De Partie…

Job Posting from Scout supporter L'Abattoir Vancouver, BC | L'Abattoir is seeking a motivated Chef de Partie/Line Cook. The successful candidate will be a self… more 

Gastown’s “L’Abattoir” To Plate Prix Fixe This New Year’s Eve…

Gastown’s “L’Abattoir” To Plate Prix Fixe This New Year’s Eve…

News from Scout supporter L'Abattoir Vancouver, BC | Diners looking to satiate themselves in gourmet style this New Year’s Eve need not look further than… more 

Scout Jobs: A Winter Of Warmth Hosting The Door At L’Abattoir

Scout Jobs: A Winter Of Warmth Hosting The Door At L’Abattoir

Job Posting from Scout supporter L'Abattoir Vancouver, BC | Gastown's L'Abattoir restaurant is seeking a part-time host/hostess for 1-3 shifts a week, daytime… more 

Gastown’s Popular “L’Abattoir” Taking Its First Reservations…

Gastown’s Popular “L’Abattoir” Taking Its First Reservations…

News from Scout supporter L'Abattoir Vancouver, BC | Gastown hotspot L’Abattoir will begin taking dinner reservations just in time for the busy holiday… more 

L’Abattoir

L’Abattoir

Details 217 Carrall St, Gastown | Vancouver, BC Telephone: 604-568-1701 Email: info@labattoir.ca Website: www.labattoir.ca Twitter | Facebook Gallery Hours… more 

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