The Red Onion is Hiring

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The Red Onion, one of our sponsors, is looking to hire a couple people with some restaurant experience. Anyone who regularly visits the Red Onion know that the place is often filled to capacity. They are hoping to expand their hours soon as well as have the deck open more as the weather gets nicer.

So if you have 5+ years experience working at restaurants and serving beer and wine and are looking for a job, stop by the restaurant at 23209 56th Ave W or give them a call at 425-678-8340.

You can find more information about the Red Onion here.

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  1. 5+years? Most of the people needing a job in Terrace are younger adults in their 20’s who most likely do not have 5+years experience in this.

    • Yeah, I have to agree… 5+ years experience? They must pay really well, because the R.O. is not a full service place, so the tips are minimal if exist at all. With 5+ years experience, someone looking for a job could quickly get a job at a full service restaurant and make much more in tips.nnAnd again, I agree, most in MLT looking for that type of job are going to be in their 20’s without that kind of experience. I don’t think the R.O. has the kind of clout or pay level to pull in quality employees with 5+ years experience, unless it’s someone looking for a filler job.

    • I’d be glad to post about job openings for Mountlake Terrace businesses. Heck, I’d even create a job posting section of the web site if there were enough. The Red Onion is the only MLT business that has mentioned to me that they are looking to hire. nnNaturally I’m in contact more with MLTnews sponsors than non-sponsors so they may get more coverage on MLTnews. I try to keep tabs with what’s going on with other businesses but there is only so much I can do with my limited time.

      • Cool, it just seems like lately the site (along with the FB extension) has been very biased towards ‘sponsors’, which in my mind, detracts from the purpose of this type of forum.nnStories always seems to include now “one of our sponsors”, which is lending to an appearance of bias.nnI know, I’m always the bad guy. 🙂

        • Oh, and you are doing a helluva job BTW Dustin… I have NO idea how you keep up on all the stuff you do, take care of your beautiful little girl AND work a FT job… keep up the good work.

          • Thanks for the comments, Mark. I’m never one to shy away from constructive criticism and I very much appreciate it. I’m always trying to find ways to get information from sources outside of what/who I normally interact with. I in no way want this site to be only about me and my experience in Mountlake Terrace but to reflect the great amount of diversity in our community. nnOh and if you’re not busy, I’ll be at Sorelli on Saturday around noon to check out the campaign kickoff for Vince DeMiero. Would love to share a pitcher and a pie if you’re free!

          • Then it works out, as I’m heading North tonight for a multi-year H.S. reunion, so I won’t be at Sorelli either… however, would happy to split a pie and a pitcher on another day… totally! Just say the word!

  2. 5+years? Most of the people needing a job in Terrace are younger adults in their 20's who most likely do not have 5+years experience in this.

  3. Yeah, I have to agree… 5+ years experience? They must pay really well, because the R.O. is not a full service place, so the tips are minimal if exist at all. With 5+ years experience, someone looking for a job could quickly get a job at a full service restaurant and make much more in tips.And again, I agree, most in MLT looking for that type of job are going to be in their 20's without that kind of experience. I don't think the R.O. has the kind of clout or pay level to pull in quality employees with 5+ years experience, unless it's someone looking for a filler job.

  4. I'd be glad to post about job openings for Mountlake Terrace businesses. Heck, I'd even create a job posting section of the web site if there were enough. The Red Onion is the only MLT business that has mentioned to me that they are looking to hire. Naturally I'm in contact more with MLTnews sponsors than non-sponsors so they may get more coverage on MLTnews. I try to keep tabs with what's going on with other businesses but there is only so much I can do with my limited time.

  5. Cool, it just seems like lately the site (along with the FB extension) has been very biased towards 'sponsors', which in my mind, detracts from the purpose of this type of forum.Stories always seems to include now “one of our sponsors”, which is lending to an appearance of bias.I know, I'm always the bad guy. 🙂

  6. Oh, and you are doing a helluva job BTW Dustin… I have NO idea how you keep up on all the stuff you do, take care of your beautiful little girl AND work a FT job… keep up the good work.

      • Thanks for the comments, Mark. I'm never one to shy away from constructive criticism and I very much appreciate it. I'm always trying to find ways to get information from sources outside of what/who I normally interact with. I in no way want this site to be only about me and my experience in Mountlake Terrace but to reflect the great amount of diversity in our community. Oh and if you're not busy, I'll be at Sorelli on Saturday around noon to check out the campaign kickoff for Vince DeMiero. Would love to share a pitcher and a pie if you're free!

        • Then it works out, as I'm heading North tonight for a multi-year H.S. reunion, so I won't be at Sorelli either… however, would happy to split a pie and a pitcher on another day… totally! Just say the word!

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