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The Shift Leader is an entry-level supervisor/manager in our restaurants. The Shift Leader contributes to Shakey’s success through hands-on involvement in the day-to-day restaurant operations. The Shift Leader effectively leads a shift to ensure restaurant operational excellence. Is responsible for assigning work, overseeing guest service, cash handling, food preparations and opening/closing procedures of the restaurant with or without the Assistant Manager or General Manager. 

Responsibilities (The following are representative of the duties of the position.): 

  • Monitors and supervises day-to-day restaurant and shift operations.
  • Creates a team environment that delivers outstanding operations performance and guest service every day.
  • Leads team members to drive the execution of Shakey’s "Fast, Friendly, Clean" culture and standards.
  • Ensures compliance with Shakey’s cash handling, safety/security and Team Member Handbook policies and procedures.
  • Ensures safe and sanitary practices regarding all aspects food handling, preparation, serving and storage.
  • Maintains a safe work environment and ensures adherence to all safety standards and procedures.
  • Leads a shift by ensuring team members are prepared for the day, delegating duties and assigning specific tasks.
  • Cross-trains in all other FOH and BOH positions and provides support to those work stations as needed.


  • Valid Food Handler card
  • Minimum 1 year shift leader, or equivalent, experience in food service or retail
  • Basic math skills
  • Strong customer service skills
  • Effective supervisory skills

Perk and Compensation:

  • Competitive pay and benefits, including medical insurance
  • Advancement opportunities
  • Fun environment
  • Shift meals

• Location: Inland Empire, Rancho Cucamonga

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