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Shake Shack Now Hiring for Restaurants in Phoenix and Scottsdale

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Are you a "fun, intelligent, outgoing, and high energy" individual with a passion for eating burgers and wearing "cool uniforms"? Because if so, then you might just be the perfect candidate for a job at Shake Shack. 

The New York-based burger  chain is opening two locations in Arizona later this year and is now accepting applications for jobs at both restaurants. The two new Shacks, the first to open in the state, will be located in Scottsdale (Fashion Square, 7014 East Camelback Road) and Phoenix (Uptown Plaza, 252 East Camelback Road) and are expected to open in the spring. 

According to the job posts on the Shake Shack website, the company is hiring team managers, shift managers, and store managers for both restaurants. 

For more information or to apply for a job, visit the Shake Shack website

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