A CAFE & BAR CAREER IN ASHEVILLE
A CAFE & BAR CAREER IN ASHEVILLE. START NOW! Join our great crew!
Are you fast, friendly, stylish and beer and craft cocktail savvy? Join our fun downtown cafe, bar and lounge.
Experienced personnel with craft cocktail know-how needed now. Beer and wine knowledge a plus. The following positions are available:
Hostess / Host
Door Person / Security
Join our fun and knowledge team in the historic Flatiron Building. Every member of our team is super positive, friendly and has great communication skills.
We have full-time and part-time positions year round. We are open seven days a week and are an equal opportunity employer. Please contact Joe Dunn firstname.lastname@example.org or bring your resume by the bar between 2pm and 3pm.
ABOUT OUR ASHEVILLE FLATIRON BUILDING
World Coffee Cafe Asheville is located in a completely restored 1920′s Sullivanesque nine story skyscraper known as the Flatiron Building. World Coffee Cafe has two entrances at 18 (downstairs) or 20 (upstairs) Battery Park Avenue in Asheville, North Carolina (28801). The Flatiron Building was built in 1924 and is located between Battery Park Avenue and Wall Street. When the doors of our street level of World Coffee Cafe entrance close for the evening –
World Coffee Cafe’s SkyBAR remains open late for live or dj music, light food, craft cocktails, Flatiron Beer, full liquor bar and sweets. World Coffee Cafe may be accessed via the 20 Battery Park Entrance. When you enter through the lobby of the The Asheville Flatiron Building you will be greeted by a classic spiral marble staircase, antique elevator, grand piano and back entrance to the World Coffee Cafe. Ring the buzzer on our antique lift and our elevator operator will whisk you up to the 8th floor SKYBAR entrance. World Coffee Cafe’s SKYBAR is on three balconies on 6th through the 8th floor with two lounges each on the 6th and 7th floors. Walking from College Street make a right onto Battery Park Avenue. On your left you will see a large outdoor sculpture representing an actual flat iron. Before electricity’s widespread use – solid old cast iron appliances heated by steam or fire were used for smoothing wrinkles out of clothes. The sculpture was designed by Reed Todd, 1997 and meant to be a play on words as it sits across from the blunted point of our nine story Flatiron Building (1926. Architect Albert C. Wirth) at Wall Street’s and Battery Park Avenue’s intersection. World Coffee Cafe is just 100 feet Westward on Battery Park. Coming from Otis, O’Henry or Page Streets turn onto Battery Park heading East. Our entrances from that direction are on your immediate left after Chai Pani.