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Assistant Catering Manager
Makina Cafe Eritrean - Ethiopian Eatery
36-47 30th St, Queens, NY 11106, United States
Makina Cafe Eritrean - Ethiopian Eatery hiring Assistant Catering Manager in New York, NY

Makina Cafe Eritrean - Ethiopian Eatery hiring Assistant Catering Manager in New York, NY

Makina Cafe Eritrean - Ethiopian EateryMore Info

Full/Part Time • Hourly ($18.00 - $20.00)
Expired: Sep 26, 2023

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Required Years of Experience

1 year

Job Details
Welcome to Makina Cafe, NYC's premier Ethiopian - Eritrean Eatery!

We are seeking a positive and energetic Assistant Catering Manager to help us build and grow as we expand beyond the darling OG Food Truck, Food Stall at Governor's Island, and our restaurant to be. The commissary kitchen is located in LIC. Our small and mighty team needs you!

You are:
Energetic and positive
Eager to learn and share in a collaborative environment
In love with catering delicious food
Ready to help scale and build the business
Experienced in catering gigs large and small
Ready to take it to the next level

Compensation Details

Compensation: Hourly ($18.00 - $20.00)

Benefits & Perks: Commuter Benefits, Dining Discounts, Family meal, tips

Required Skills

Organizational Skills

Catering Service

Positive Attitude

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Food Truck / Stand

Born in Ethiopia from parents of Eritrean descent, Makina Cafe founder Eden G. Egziabher was raised amidst a vibrant mix of Ethiopian, Eritrean and Italian cultures. It’s no coincidence that “Makina” translates to “truck” in all three of these countries’ languages, whose cultures combine to create the mosaic of flavors found on the mobile cafe’s menu.

Eden prides herself on being the first Eritrean-American female entrepreneur in NYC with a food truck serving “Habesha” food. Used as a term of pride, the word “Habesha” is used to eliminate the distinction between different tribes of Eritrea and Ethiopia and celebrates the unity of people of the same region.

Tasty, healthy, nutritious and something quite unique, Makina Cafe serves up breakfast and lunch to New Yorkers that are tired of the same old take-out options. You can follow Makina Cafe (@makinacafe) on all major social media outlets to find the trucks’ location each day.

In the future, Eden hopes to bring the Makina experience to other parts of the US and use Makina Cafe as a charitable platform that gives back to the community.