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‘I Heart Mac & Cheese’ in Palm Springs is looking to fill positions ahead of grand opening

I Heart Mac & Cheese, a restaurant opening next month in Palm Springs – its first location in California – announced Thursday that it is looking to fill up to 50 jobs.

“I am personally dedicated to hiring an inclusive team and finding employees who will engage with our customers and go above and beyond to ensure that every guest leaves happy and excited to return,” said CEO and founder of BMC Foods – franchisee of the new restaurant –Blu Bryan. “We believe in investing in our team members and their future and provide opportunities to learn leadership and management skills to support fulfilling careers.”

The fast-casual restaurant offering traditional mac and cheese and sandwiches with health-conscious options has more than 20 locations nationwide and plans to open more than 75 more locations this year.

A hiring event will take place from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday at the Executive Suites next to Koffi Central in Palm Springs. Candidates are encouraged to show up dressed to impress with CVs ready.

According to a statement from the restaurant, the management team aims to provide opportunities for all applicants, including those who may be traditionally overlooked – people with special needs, seniors, veterans, people with social security and people benefiting from “second chance” programs such as those with previous criminal convictions.

Applicants who attend the event will receive offer letters by June 6 and begin work on June 15. Competitive benefits and salaries will be offered for available crew member and shift supervisor positions, depending on the company.

Benefits for those hired include health insurance, paid time off, paid sick time, 401K matching program, life insurance, shift meals, uniform, wellness program and more , according to the press release.

Candidates can send their CV in advance to [email protected] or apply via for a virtual interview.

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