If you’re looking for a job and don’t mind the smell of popcorn, there’s something you should know.
CMX CinéBistro Halcyon is looking to fill 140 positions for its yet-opened theater at a job fair running now through Monday. Halcyon is a $370 million mini-city with restaurants, retail, offices and homes in southern Forsyth County.
The announcement comes as the mixed-use behemoth announces its opening date of Sept. 18.
On Thursday, CMX tweeted out that the Halcyon location will open Sept. 27.
This is the type of movie theater where you can order dinner and have it in your reclining chair while watching a film.
There are other CinéBistro locations in metro Atlanta at the Peachtree Corners Town Center and at Town Brookhaven.
At the Halcyon theater, they are looking for part-time and full-time positions that include: assistant managers, sous chefs, servers, bartenders, concierges/hosts, kitchen managers and kitchen staff.
A spokeswoman for the theater said pay rates will range between $9 and $14 an hour depending on role and experience.
The job fair will run 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. through Monday at the theater, 6215 Town Square.
No advanced registration is required, but people are encouraged to submit their resumes online before coming.
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