Working at Denny’s, you can make a guest feel amazing, and get paid doing it. You’ll earn excellent money and may be eligible for benefits like flexible schedules, paid vacations, discounts on meals, and a 401K savings program (depending on eligibility). You will have opportunities for personal and professional growth, and our training programs are the best in the industry. Whether you’re looking for a full time career with potential for advancement or just a part time position to make some extra cash, we’re open to that.
A Denny’s restaurant a busy place and you’re part of a team. People are our most important asset. We trust and support each other, working together for the greater good. We recognize that success will only be achieved through the contributions of ALL and it takes the “Power of We” to accomplish great things. Together, we will celebrate our successes.
SERVER / HOSPITALITY AMBASSADOR
We want our restaurant to feel like home, and you’re welcoming our guests into our home with open arms. Front and center, the Server delivers great service with a smile – every time! You don’t have to be a pro from the get go, but you should be open to learning how to do it the Denny’s way. To our Guests, you are Denny’s.
A Denny’s Server has a “Guests First” attitude, responding to guests and coworkers in a timely, courteous, and respectful way while:
While we may not need to hire a Server immediately, we’re constantly looking for terrific people. If you have a passion for great food and great service, come on in. We’ll accept your application day or night… we’re always open.
Denny’s is open, all right. We’re open every hour of every day and you’re welcome here whenever the whim hits you. We’re open to good prices so that everyone can leave satisfied. We’re open to all kinds of food for all kinds of tastes — with new specials all the time. We’re open to your suggestions. We’re open to your feedback.
Where allowed by law, Denny's, Inc. conducts criminal background checks and uses E-Verify to confirm work eligibility. A criminal conviction is not an automatic bar to employment.