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Career Opportunity (F/T & P/T):
The Sawmill Market Host will:
Supervisory Responsibilities: None
6 months to 1 year or equivalent combination of education and experience; high volume and/or fine dining experience preferred.
High school diploma or equivalent experience/training; college coursework preferred.
New Mexico Food Handler Certification required; Alcohol Server Certification is preferred.
Essential Functions & Responsibilities:
What Sawmill Market Offers: Competitive Wages and Career Advancement, Employee Benefits, including Medical, Dental, Vision, Flex Spending, Life Insurance, Short-Term Disability, Critical Incident and Accident Insurance, Holiday Pay, Paid Time Off, Dining Discounts, Hotel Room Discounts for Employees and their Friends and Families, Cell Plan Discounts, Employee Referral Bonus Program
Sawmill Market is an exciting new development in Old Town Albuquerque. Following in the style of Napa’s Oxbow Market, San Francisco’s Ferry Market, and the Boston City Market, this new marketplace will feature New Mexico culinary experiences, farmers, food artisans, craftsmen, and artists. This historic lumberyard building is undergoing a dramatic transformation into a new 34,000-square-foot artisanal food hall, housing 24 individual local merchants, a brew pub, a wine bar, restaurant and a mercantile. At the center is THE YARD, an outdoor dine + play space.
An industrial-yet-modern design will incorporate regional design elements with a nod towards conveying the sawmill roots of the area. Floor-to-ceiling steel frame windows highlight an open and airy space filled with natural light. Garage doors leading to patios and plentiful outdoor space set the atmosphere for enjoying pristine New Mexico weather in the warmer months. Piñon wood-burning fireplaces and fire pits create a warm and comforting ambiance in the cooler months.
The Sawmill Market brings a new dining experience to Albuquerque that will celebrate culinary traditions and emerging trends. This building that was once home to over 800 sawmill employees will now serve as a community gathering hall for Albuquerque showcasing the beauty of New Mexico through food, diversity, and art.
HANDCRAFTED. LOCAL. DELICIOUS.