Upward Projects LLC

  • Service Assistant - Postino (Heights)

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    Highly passionate people who relentlessly deliver hospitality to our guests. Our mission is to make people feel good!

    • Team focused collaborators
    • Authentic and humble individuals
    • People who promote a fun and positive place to work
    • Individuals who are driven to be their best
    • People who have integrity in their actions

    You should have previous experience as a service assistant or a high level and willingness to learn. Previous applicable experience will be considered. If you don't have experience as a service assistant, start in a host position and begin your pathway toward this position. We reward hard work, a willingness to learn, and the right results



    In 2001, Phoenix’s original wine café, Postino, opened its doors in the historic 1940’s Arcadia Post Office building. The vision was simple – to create a welcoming neighborhood spot for people to hang out and connect, and Co-Founders, Lauren Bailey, and Craig Demarco were fueled by a clear mission – make people feel good. Since its inception, the company has thrived on this people-first focus.

    Fast forward just over 15 years, the company has gone on to open multiple restaurant concepts across state-lines under the parent company name Upward Projects. This momentum has expanded the company throughout the greater Phoenix, AZ metro, Denver, CO, and recently we opened in Houston, Texas!


    Our concepts include Postino, Joyride Taco House, Federal Pizza, Windsor & Churn



    • A highly collaborative, people-focused culture.
    • Growth; we have several new stores in the pipeline
    • Influence; we provide empowerment to our team members and give you a voice
    • Access to benefits; for full-time eligible team members
    • Development; beverage education in wine and beer; a career path; rewards and recognition for your work; a collaborative training platform; and more is added every day.



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