Clover is opening a new restaurant on Boylston Street (right across from the Copley T stop). You don’t need a culinary degree to work with Clover (though many of your colleagues will have them). Their employees have backgrounds ranging from fast food to fine dining, from kayaking instructor to photographer, recently-graduated college student to farmer to construction worker. And don’t worry, we’ll get you up to speed on how to make beautiful food and pour their coffee. We’re looking for people who share their love of food, find joy through hard work, and lift the spirits of those around them. Follow the link below to apply.
Team Member is the starting role at Clover, the entry-point to building a career with them.
Team member duties are broad and may include the following:
- Making sandwiches and platters
- Making and serving drinks
- Making fries
- Cleaning, washing dishes
- Assisting with prep
- Clover-guiding (their version of order-taking)
Team Members are expected to:
- Care about food
- Taste all their food
- Have fun talking to customers and making friends of them
- No prior experience required
- You’ll need a positive attitude and a willingness to learn and work to high standard
- Ability to train in another Clover restaurant before Fall opening (they will make sure the training restaurant works for you!)
- Able to stand for prolonged periods of time, and repeated walking, bending, stretching and occasional lifting (up to 50lbs), with or without reasonable accommodation
- Able to work a varied schedule that includes night and weekends
Clover Food Lab is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against otherwise qualified applicants on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, age, sex, marital status, national origin, disability or handicap, or veteran status.
- $12/hr starting pay
- Eligible to participate in tip pool
- Opportunity to build a meaningful career – lots of room to grow
- Discount on Clover meals, apparel and groceries sold in their stores
- Free Knife Skills 101, 102, 103 classes
- Free cooking classes (pickling, soup-making, hot sauce making)
- Opportunities to attend food sourcing trips to coffee roasters, farmers, cheese-makers, etc.
- Opportunities to attend food development meetings, contribute ideas/recipes to the menu
- Discounts of Farm Shares (CSA program)
- Full health, vision and dental benefits available to full-time benefit-eligible staff