Archive for the ‘Food Truck Jobs’ Category

Thanks to a suggestion from one of our readers (Janet Tandy), MCM will now be offering the same options for job hunters as we do for food truck owners. If you are looking for a job within the food truck industry, we would ask you to submit your information via email to Mobile Cuisine Magazine. What we would ask from you is to supply us with:

  • Your name (will be withheld from public viewing)
  • Type of position you are looking for
  • Brief description of your experience and/or education
  • Your geographic location
  • Salary requirements
  • Email address (will also be withheld from public viewing)

We will structure this page to show this information and will allow prospective employers to email us for your personal information so they may get in contact with you directly. We cannot assure anyone will contact you, however, if you wish to keep your information posted, we will do that indefinately, or until you let us know you are no long available or looking for employment. For food truck owners looking to hire someone, please feel free to email us at Mobile Cuisine Magazine with the candidate’s listing number, and we will respond back to you with their contact information.

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Mobile Cuisine Magazine would like to introduce a new feature to our web site and is extending this offer to food truck owners as well as food truck manufactures and food truck equipment vendors. Starting today MCM will post job opening for these groups free of charge (this may change at a later date). What we would ask from those submitting specific job openings is to email us at  Mobile Cuisine Magazine with:

  • Job title
  • Brief job description
  • Experience required
  • Job location
  • Company name
  • Contact person
  • Phone number with area code
  • Address (especially email) or fax number and instructions for résumés
  • Employer site URL for job seeker research, if available

Once we have verified that these positions are valid, we will create a post on the main page as well as on our new classified page where readers can come back to check on openings in their area. There will be no limit as to the number of jobs one company can post, however each advertisement for a job opening will be reviewed on a case by case basis and MCM claims the right to not post a job ad for any reason we deem fit. Once the position has been filled or closed, we will delete it from the job listing page, as well as edit a note into the originally posted job article stating that the position search has ended.

With the economy in the its current shape, we would like to do our part in helping both job seekers as well as companies looking to staff up their mobile operations. We hope this idea is welcomed by our readers and takes hold as a means to aid in the continued growth of mobile cuisine industry.