East St. Pizza is Hiring!

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(Sault Ste. Marie, ON June 27, 2019) – Sault College Employment Solutions, in partnership with East St. Pizza Company, will be hosting a Job Fair on Wednesday, July 3 from 4 to 6 pm. The job fair will be held at Employment Solutions on the 4th floor of Station Tower, at 421 Bay Street.

Jane, Owner and Chef of J.Caroline’s is expanding her culinary delights with a new downtown restaurant set to offer busy downtowners pizza, salads and coffee. East St. Pizza Company will be opening this summer in the former Mrs. B’s location on East Street.

Five staff will be hired for the new dining establishment, with full-time and part-time positions available for Line Cook and Counter Attendant. East St. Pizza Company is looking for those with at least two years of experience in customer service or cooking. Line Cooks require a Safe Food Handling Certificate.

Those interested in applying should attend the East St. Pizza Company Job Fair on Wednesday, July 3 from 4 to 6 pm at Employment Solutions. Please bring a resume and cover letter. Applicants meeting the minimum qualifications may receive an interview during the job fair.

J.Caroline’s offers progressive comfort food with a northern twist. Their cozy, contemporary diner centres on fresh ingredients with a focus on local fare. Dishes are prepared daily to bring great food to guests. Always. Internationally experienced chef and owner Jane McGoldrick is committed to delivering soul-pleasing food that is true to her Northern Ontario roots. She is ready to further provide fresh and delicious meals to locals and visitors with East St. Pizza Company.

If you would like help preparing for this job fair, drop in to the Employment Solutions office on the 4th floor of Station Tower or phone 705-945-0705. Find more information about free employment programs and services online at www.employment-solutions.ca and follow them on Facebook and Instagram.

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  1. Quality is the name of the game and why Mrs B’s closed. For the last few years they had kids working there that didn’t know or care how to make a consistent product there was always an issue whether it be under cooked, not enough sauce, too much sauce, too much dough, hardly any toppings, etc, etc. Hopefully the new owner will make a much better product and continue to sell it by the piece as that is what a lot of the people want. Not everyone wants to order a pizza, even if it’s just a personal sized pizza for seven or eight bucks.

  2. Gourmet pizza I heard. In my opinion it’s completely genius. We don’t have anywhere else in town that is focused solely on gourmet pizzas, so if this pizza co is gourmet pizza, you will do awesome ! Can’t wait

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