Soon-to-open Dave & Buster’s to host recruitment day

Auburn team to hire front and back-of-house positions during walk-in interviews

  • Friday, October 20, 2017 11:35am
  • Business

Dave & Buster’s hosts a recruitment day on Monday, Nov. 13, in an effort to hire more than 230 individuals to join the team at its location in The Outlet Collection.

No appointment is necessary for walk-in interviews from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Hampton Inn, 31270 Gateway Center Blvd. S., Federal Way.

Positions include servers, bartenders, hosts, line cooks and game techs.

Dave & Buster’s is slated to open a 43,000-square-foot restaurant and bar in the Auburn mall, its first Washington state location, in December. The restaurant offers dining, a bar with sporting events on large televisions and hundreds of the latest arcade games.

The company offers a benefits package for a number of positions. Benefits include medical, dental, vision and a 401K.

For more information, visit daveandbusters.com/careers.


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