Brush up that resume: Linger and Root Down -- including the Root Down that will be opening at Denver International Airport as early as May -- are hiring, and will be interviewing next week. "We are a local restaurant group that is growing and looking for the right individuals to grow with us and become a part of our family," the employment ad pronounces. "Slated to open two new restaurants in 2013, the sky is limitless for the right person." See also: - Justin Cucci opening Chain Lightning, a bar, restaurant and live music venue - Review: With delicious food, Longer gives new life to a former mortuary space - Rumor has it Root Down will open a location at DIA
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Root Down and Linger are hiring for all positions, looking for experienced hosts, support staff, servers, bartenders, line cooks, chefs and all other restaurant positions. Root Down at DIA is hosting an open call for an executive chef, sous chef, general manager and assistant general manager.
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To apply for any of these positions -- which are full-time and long-term, not seasonal -- take a resume to Linger between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Monday, March 18 or Monday, March 25. Find more information on the Linger/Root Down jobs here and on Root Down at DIA here.