41 thoughts on “Broadsheet Job Club

    1. Nicelives

      Definitely looks like Joe Macken himself taking the pic alright… “spotted” seems to be liberally used here :-/

  1. Just sayin'

    The place is full of divas and attitude. Maybe they’ve just reached capacity and can’t take anymore.

    1. Mikeyfex

      Precisely my response to reading that. Why, when you’re writing a job ad would those two stipulations come to mind. I’ll tell you why…*

      *I won’t bother, you know why.

  2. Mr. T.

    His restaurants are basically fast food joints with “what was cool in New York three years ago” decor.

    It’s formulaic trendy business model. Nothing wrong with that. But it’s just that.

      1. stev

        Disagreeing with the now de rigeur trend for lazy faux-hipster crappery that passes as decoration in many restaurants today is a good thing.

    1. Parky Mark

      That’s how cool works, it moves from one place to another as it slowly trickles down. Why do you think JoBurger is only opening in Cork this Summer? As for Galway, I think Top Gun just came out in the cinema there last Friday.

        1. Kieran NYC

          Given current exchange rates, that’s a few quid over even the new ‘proposed’ Irish minimum wage.

  3. ReproBertie

    There’s a place on Marlborough St. looking for a waitress. The ad specifies that she “must have experiences” which intrigues me.

  4. Jason Donovan

    You’d think he’d be able to spell ‘essential’ properly. And the exclaimation mark should be a question.

    He should go back to 3rd class.

    1. Mick Flavin

      I doubt he’ll want to return to school, but he might just do it…
      Especially For You.

  5. Mr. T.

    He’ll be opening a trendy Hot Dog outlet this year I predict.

    Una Mullally will tweet it.

    1,000s of people with no imagination will flock there.

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