Hiring Staff, Multiple Roles

Hiring Staff, Multiple Roles

Hiring Seasonal Server, Customer Service, dishwasher, maintenance

Fall is a busy time of year for us. We need all hands on deck since we also need to staff our space at the Erin Fall Fair.
We have immediate temporary and permanent spots for people to join our team. Outgoing and friendly personality is a must!

A server to work at least the fall season
A customer service oriented person
Dishwasher/Maintenance positions

Are you courteous?

Can you take initiative?
Do you have your Smart Serve certification?
Experience would be preferred but we are willing to train the right individual.
HOW TO APPLY

Drop off your resume and cover letter at the restaurant during our business hours. We look forward to meeting you!
Email a resume: Send it as an attachment to pam@chefpamfanjoy.com. Please include “Hiring” in the subject line.
Or use the short form below to send a direct message (sorry, no attachments can be sent with this form)

 

 

Hiring Application

Experience

Smart Serve status

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We’re Hiring

We’re Hiring

Hiring Seasonal Server

We are looking for a seasonal server to join our team. Outgoing and friendly personality is a must!

Are you courteous?

Can you take initiative?
Do you have your Smart Serve certification?
Experience would be preferred but we are willing to train the right individual.
Drop off your resume and cover letter during our business hours. We look forward to meeting you!

 

Chef Pam Fanjoy – 2018 Rhyze Award Recipient

Chef Pam Fanjoy – 2018 Rhyze Award Recipient

2018 Rhyze Award Recipients

The fourth annual Rhyze Awards were awarded on June 14 at Innovation Guelph with a total of $22,000 in prizes given out! This year’s event, hosted in partnership with the Business Centre Guelph-Wellington, saw 10 female entrepreneurs pitch their businesses to a panel of industry experts. The presentations were as passionate and innovative as the women who lead these amazing companies!

2018 Rhyze Award recipients are:
Julia Kitras, No Guff Automotive, Guelph’s first night garage – $10,000
Chef Pam Fanjoy, Fan/Joy, the friendly chef – $5,000
Caitlin Hall, Reroot Farm, certified organic produce, pastured meats, raw honey – $4,000
Annie Guimond, Green Bicycle Farm, non-mechanized micro farm – $3,000

“We are proud to get behind The Rhyze Awards and help these female entrepreneurs take the next step in their businesses,” said Anne Toner Fung, Executive Director of Innovation Guelph. “We heard from some very innovative businesses tonight, companies that, I believe, are poised to be the success stories of tomorrow.”

In addition to the cash prizes, each award recipient was given a matching Line of Credit from our title sponsor, Meridian Credit Union and a video business profile by Katie Green of Local Ladies. All 10 finalists also received a one-year membership to Company of Women, courtesy of the organization’s founder, Anne Day.

The following presenters/companies participated at The Rhyze Awards pitch event:

Mitra Amiri-Jami, Mirco-Omega Pro, a novel source of fish oil
Dale McRae and Rosemary Smith, Wrist Walk, a hands-free device for dogs and dog walkers
Chef Pam Fanjoy, Fan/Joy, the friendly chef
Karla Andrews, Andrews In- Home Physiotherapy
Donna Grambow, Schmecken BBQ, barbecue and catering
Caitlin Hall, Reroot Farm, certified organic produce, pastured meats, raw honey
Sheri Copplestone, Confident Careplanners Inc., experts in the key focus areas for care planning
Annie Guimond, Green Bicycle Farm, non-mechanized micro farm
Joleen Constantis, Volumes of Space, professional design services
Julia Kitras, No Guff Automotive, Guelph’s first night garage

“I’ve personally been involved with The Rhyze Awards since we started, four years ago, and I continue to be impressed by the passion and creativity of all of the nominees,” said Kristel Manes, Executive Director of the Business Centre Guelph-Wellington. “The Rhyze Award is a wonderful way to help grow women-owned businesses in this area and we’re thrilled to be part of a night like this.”

A special thank you to our judges: Jim Gardiner, Regional Vice President, Commercial Services, Meridian Credit Union; Jennifer Fletcher, Manager, Administration, Applied Research and Entrepreneurship, Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning; and Crystal Ellis, Senior Economic Development Officer, County of Wellington.

Congratulations to everyone who participated in this year’s Rhyze Awards!

For more information please see the Press Release.

 

Local women ‘Rhyze’ to the top – Guelph Today

Local women ‘Rhyze’ to the top – Guelph Today

NEWS RELEASE
INNOVATION GUELPH
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Innovation Guelph, in partnership with the Business Centre Guelph-Wellington, hosted the fourth annual Rhyze Awards on June 14 for local women-owned businesses, awarding a total of $22,000 in prizes. Prizes were awarded after the ten female entrepreneurs pitched their businesses to a panel of industry experts.

2018 Rhyze Award recipients are:

  • Julia Kitras, No Guff Automotive, Guelph’s first night garage – $10,000
  • Chef Pam Fanjoy, Fan/Joy, the friendly chef – $5,000
  • Caitlin Hall, Reroot Farm, certified organic produce, pastured meats, raw honey – $4,000
  • Annie Guimond, Green Bicycle Farm, non-mechanized micro farm – $3,000

“We are proud to get behind The Rhyze Awards and help these female entrepreneurs take the next step in their businesses,” said Anne Toner Fung, executive director of Innovation Guelph. “We heard from some very innovative businesses tonight, companies that, I believe, are poised to be the success stories of tomorrow.”

In addition to the cash prizes, each award recipient was given a matching Line of Credit from our title sponsor, Meridian Credit Union and a video business profile by Katie Green of Local Ladies. All 10 finalists also received a one-year membership to Company of Women, courtesy of the organization’s founder, Anne Day.

The following presenters/companies participated at The Rhyze Awards pitch event:

  • Mitra Amiri-Jami, Mirco-Omega Pro, a novel source of fish oil
  • Dale McRae and Rosemary Smith, Wrist Walk, a hands-free device for dogs and dog walkers
  • Chef Pam Fanjoy, Fan/Joy, the friendly chef
  • Karla Andrews, Andrews In- Home Physiotherapy
  • Donna Grambow, Schmecken BBQ, barbecue and catering
  • Caitlin Hall, Reroot Farm, certified organic produce, pastured meats, raw honey
  • Sheri Copplestone, Confident Careplanners Inc., experts in the key focus areas for Careplanning
  • Annie Guimond, Green Bicycle Farm, non-mechanized micro farm
  • Joleen Constantis, Volumes of Space, professional design services
  • Julia Kitras, No Guff Automotive, Guelph’s first night garage

“I’ve personally been involved with The Rhyze Awards since we started, four years ago, and I continue to be impressed by the passion and creativity of all of the nominees,” said Kristel Manes, executive director of the Business Centre Guelph-Wellington. “The Rhyze Award is a wonderful way to help grow women-owned businesses in this area and we’re thrilled to be a part of night like this.”

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Guelph Today, Staff article, June 21 2018
source article: https://www.guelphtoday.com/local-news/local-women-rhyze-to-the-top-961892

 

Famous chef turns heads with visit to city, university

Famous chef turns heads with visit to city, university

“With the end of the winter semester just hours away, most University of Guelph students were too immersed in final reports Friday to notice much of anything extraordinary on campus – except for the surprise appearance of six-foot, seven-inch star chef Michael Smith.”
Guelph Today, Owen Roberts, Apr 9, 2018

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The spotlight was on two tall chefs in Erin Saturday

The spotlight was on two tall chefs in Erin Saturday

“Michele Harris of Headwaters Tourism was the MC for the chef-to-chef chat between Pam Fanjoy and Michael Smith at Centre 2000 Saturday afternoon. The chat followed a reception featuring appetizers and desserts from Michael Smith’s latest book, “Make Ahead Meals”, and a book signing event at The Friendly Chef Adventures store on Main Street. Chef Michael was very generous with his time, not only personalizing the book signings, but also posing for pix with his appreciative fans. It was a great day for Erin, and also for Chef Fanjoy. Saturday evening, The Food Network aired its episode of “Chopped Canada” with Pam Fanjoy as one of the competitors – AND SHE WON! Congratulations Pam, and thanks from his many fans for bringing Michael Smith to Town.”
Advocate (Volume 138 – NO. 8) Photo, Tristan Clark