One of Canada's 100 best restaurants is hiring 3 positions


One of Canada’s 100 best restaurants is hiring 3 positions, earn up to 20/hr

Heading back in to the real world?

Do you need consistency and hours? Do you want guaranteed full time hours in one of the city’s busiest restaurants?

If so, then one of Canada’s 100 best restaurants #14 Shokunin has 3 open positions available.

Based on experience, successful applicants can earn up to $20 per hour and be guaranteed 40 hours per week.

Are you passionate about food?

In love with local Canadian products?

Want to expand your culinary ability while getting paid?

Do you want to work in a dynamic kitchen where you can exercise creative freedom in an ultra-collaborative environment with peers who care about food as much as you do?

Do you love Japanese food and drink?

1 – Full time day prep sous position starts at $18-$20/hr depending on experience

1 – Full time cold side (garde manger) CDP (chef de partie) Starting at $17-$18/hr depending on experience

1 – Part time hot side position starting at $16-$19/hr depending on skill set

A successful applicant will possess some or all of the following:

Will have some Japanese experience or a keen interest to learn
Be in possession of their own knives and be able to perform basic knifework, specifically brunoise, julliene, slicing green onions and chives, baton, batonette etc.
Have at least 2 years experience in a professional kitchen or a culinary certificate
Be able to work till 1 am if filling the night position
Or able to work from 6 am if filling the day position
Sense of cleanliness and attention to detail

Our on the job TRAINING will set you up for success in a “particular set of skills”:

Japanese basic sauce prep
Full animal butchery
Fish butchery
Working knowledge charcoal grilling
Sushi preparation and creation

If any of these appeal to you please send your resume to to schedule an interview during our hiring fair this Saturday, August 28th

or show up in person from 10 am – 3pm with resume at Shokunin 2016 4th St SW

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