Founded in 1958 and headquartered in California, Sizzler operates as a chain of privately held casual-dining chains known for steak, seafood, and salad bar options. With franchises numbering almost 200, the company continually on-boards staff in a variety of entry-level and restaurant industry careers.
Responsible for preparing food orders, cleaning work stations, utilizing quality ingredients, and following company recipes, cooks must perform multiple duties in any given shift. In addition, cooks may need to stock salad and buffet bars, prepare special orders, and work carving stations. A general knowledge of restaurant kitchens, how to operate various kitchen appliances, and how to follow directions typically enhance applicant chances at earning cook positions.
In order to work at the casual-dining chain, potential employees must be at least 16 years old. In certain cases, as with managers or some kitchen staff, the hiring age may raise to 18 in order to reflect stricter hiring requirements, including experience and safety reasons.