Valley caterer hiring hundreds for busy event season

Aug 16, 2023, 10:36 AM | Updated: 10:37 am

caterers prep food for event...

M Culinary is hosting an open house event in downtown Phoenix on Sept. 6 to hire full-time, part-time and seasonal positions. (M Culinary Photo)

(M Culinary Photo)

PHOENIX — Ahead of its buzzing event season, a leading Valley catering business is hiring 300 positions.

M Culinary will host an open house event Sept. 6 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Warehouse 215, near Third and Lincoln streets in downtown Phoenix.

The company will be hiring on the spot for full-time, part-time and seasonal positions.

There will also be cooking demonstrations, food tastings and giveaways at the event, M Culinary said in a press release.

“Before these team members become part of our team, we want to give them a true taste of the M Culinary experience,” CEO Brandon Maxwell said in the release.

“We invite those interested in a culinary career to be our guest and learn about how to begin or advance their hospitality career with our team.”

What does M Culinary have to offer?

The catering company offers flexible hours and competitive pay. Full-time positions include medical, dental and vision insurance.

Those unable to attend the event can apply online. Candidates will be asked to schedule a 15-minute interview on the careers page or can text “REBEL” to 89743 to apply.

M Culinary has catered for some of Arizona’s largest marquee events, including the WM Phoenix Open, Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships and the Innings Festival.

According to Phoenix Business Journal, M Culinary was the Valley’s highest-grossing caterer in 2022, with more than $15 million in sales.

We want to hear from you.

Have a story idea or tip? Pass it along to the KTAR News team here.

Arizona News

The Grand Canyon National Park entrance is blocked off, in Tusayan, Ariz., Oct. 8, 2013, because of...

Arizona among states to pay to keep national parks open if shutdown occurs

Arizona and Utah will keep the iconic national parks in those states open if a shutdown of the federal government were to occur.

2 hours ago

Red skirts are on display at the Arizona State Capitol in Phoenix, May 5, 2021, to raise awareness ...

Associated Press

Former boyfriend of Navajo woman convicted of her fatal shooting in emblematic Arizona case

The boyfriend of a Navajo woman whose case became emblematic of an international movement launched to draw attention to an epidemic of missing and murdered indigenous women was convicted of first-degree murder in her fatal shooting.

3 hours ago

US President Joe Biden gives a speech at the Tempe Center for the Arts on September 28, 2023 in Tem...

Associated Press

Biden targets Trump’s ‘extremist movement’ in democracy-focused speech in Tempe

President Joe Biden argued during a speech in Tempe “there is something dangerous happening in America” as he revives his warnings on Donald Trump.

4 hours ago

A person holds a Powerball scan entry. Three tickets sold in Arizona each won $50,000 in the drawin...

Kevin Stone

3 Powerball tickets sold in Arizona win $50,000 as jackpot surpasses $900M

Arizona had three five-digit winners in Wednesday night’s Powerball drawing, but the game’s ballooning jackpot went unclaimed.

6 hours ago

Cindy McCain accepts the President Medal of Freedom on the behalf of her late husband Sen. John McC...

Kevin Stone

John McCain was ‘very well aware’ of plans for library, Cindy McCain says

Planning for a library honoring John McCain’s legacy was underway before the Arizona political icon’s death in 2018, Cindy McCain said.

7 hours ago

(KTAR News Photo/Jeremy Schnell)...

Watch: President Joe Biden speaks in Tempe on state of democracy, McCain’s legacy

President Joe Biden spoke on the state of democracy and the legacy of late Arizona political icon John McCain in Tempe on Thursday.

8 hours ago

Sponsored Articles

Home moving relocation in Arizona 2023...

BMS Moving

Tips for making your move in Arizona easier

If you're moving to a new home in Arizona, use this to-do list to alleviate some stress and ensure a smoother transition to your new home.



When most diets fail, re:vitalize makes a difference that shows

Staying healthy and losing weight are things many people in Arizona are conscious of, especially during the summer.



Here are the biggest tips to keep your AC bill low this summer

PHOENIX — In Arizona during the summer, having a working air conditioning unit is not just a pleasure, but a necessity. No one wants to walk from their sweltering car just to continue to be hot in their home. As the triple digits hit around the Valley and are here to stay, your AC bill […]

Valley caterer hiring hundreds for busy event season