Twin Peaks to hire 120 staff members for new Tempe Marketplace location

Dec 10, 2020, 4:25 AM
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(Facebook photo/TwinPeaksRestaurant)
(Facebook photo/TwinPeaksRestaurant)

PHOENIX — Twin Peaks announced on Wednesday that the sports bar and restaurant will be hiring over 120 positions for its Tempe Marketplace location.

The new Tempe location will mark the sports lodge’s fourth spot in the Valley.

Of the 120 positions being hired, 70 will be in front-of-house roles covering the bar, floor and hostess stands.

Back-of-house duties will include 12 busser and barback positions in addition to a total of 40 kitchen and dish staff.

Those that are interested in applying can do so by visiting the new Tempe location from Dec. 15-21 between 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Applications will then begin to be accepted the following week.

All applicants must wear a facial covering prior to entering the restaurant and will be provided with a socially-distanced area to complete their application.

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Twin Peaks to hire 120 staff members for new Tempe Marketplace location