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At Eat'n Park we want to hire the best and brightest individuals to help us grow and achieve continued success. We also want people who like to be on a first name basis with our CEO and just about everyone else from the top down.

All of our team members are given growth opportunities for success. It doesn't matter where you start. Our Senior Vice President of Operations, Mercy Senchur, is just one example. She started her career as a server and over the next 25 years, she moved up through management to ultimately lead the Eat'n Park brand as our Chief Operating Officer.

Mercy's story isn't unique. So many of our team members have risen through our ranks. Here are just a few other examples: 

Nick P. > Dishwasher & Cook > Certified Shift Supervisor > Assistant Manager > Distribution Center Administrative Assistant > D.C. Opeations Special & Cookie Factory Supervisor

“I started my career at Eat’n Park Hospitality Group in 2006 as a dishwasher at the Shaler Eat'n Park, then I transitioned into a cook and finally a Certified Shift Supervisor.  I really enjoyed working for the company and being constantly challenged. That's when I decided to go into management where I worked as an assistant manager two different locations.  Three years ago, I transitioned to the Distribution Center as an administrative assistant.  I’m now the D.C. Operations Specialist and Cookie Factory Supervisor.  Each day is different, and no day presents the same challenges as the prior. I have always taken pride in my job and doing it well, no matter where I’m at.  Knowing that people can depend on me and value my efforts and opinions is what keeps me going each and every day.”

- Nick P., Distribution Center Operations Specialist & Cookie Factory Supervisor

Laine C. > Greeter > Team Smiley Intern > Guest Relations Assistant > Proposal & Marketing Coordinator

“I was hired at the McKnight Road Eat'n Park in 2009 as a greeter when I was 16 years old. I was looking for a way to fill evening hours while my friends were busy with sports (I’m not very athletic!) and to start making steady money. But, I was hooked on Eat’n Park! I stayed at the restaurant throughout high school and college and then was hired as a Team Smiley intern. When I graduated in 2015, the stars aligned and I was hired as a Guest Relations Assistant at the Corporate Support Center! It was such a seamless transition since there were so many familiar faces welcoming me to my new role. I am currently transitioning into my next chapter with our Parkhurst Dining division as a Proposal and Marketing Coordinator! And, I’m the only person my age that I know who can say I’ve worked for the same company for 8 years- talk about bragging rights!”

- Laine C., Proposal and Marketing Coordinator

Mandy M. > Salad Bar > Cook > Assistant Manager > Manager

"Eat'n Park was my first job at age 16. I chose Eat'n Park because my mom works for the company and they were very flexible with my schedule. I started in Salad Bar and was able to cross train in the kitchen. After 15 years as an hourly team member, I decided to go into management. It was a great decision for me. I am now starting my 20th year with Eat'n Park."

- Mandy M., Manager at the South Hills Village Eat'n Park

Every member of the Eat'n Park family matters, whether you're an hourly, management, or Corporate Support Center team member.

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Eat'n Park Hospitality Group is an equal opportunity employer. Hiring, promotion, transfer, compensation, benefits, discipline, termination and all other employment decisions ar made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, national origin, ancestry, marital status, veteran status or sexual orientation. Employment opportunities are and shall be open to all qualified applicants solely on the basis of their experience, aptitudes, and their abilities. Advancement is and shall be based entirely on the individual's achievement, performance, ability, attitude and potential for promotion.