• Senor Sisig
  • San Francisco, CA, USA
  • Nov 01, 2019
Full time Cashier

Job Description

Senor Sisig is looking for reliable, enthusiastic, and positive people with a passion for customer service to join our team. The right candidate is someone who is eager to learn, highly motivated, and enjoys working with the general public. A passion for Filipino and Mexican food and fluency in Spanish are a plus.

Who We Are:

We are a San Francisco based Filipino fusion food truck and restaurant business serving multiple locations in the Bay Area. Our food gets rave reviews and we've been voted Best Food Truck by SF Weekly for the past 6 years. What we are looking for:

People who...

  • enjoy working in a dynamic and fast-paced environment
  • have a consistent attitude and leave their problems at home
  • have the ability to multi-task and strive for continuous improvement
  • are team players

We are currently hiring for the following position:

Cashiers (part-time)

Must have prior cashiering and customer service experience. Experience working with Square or another POS is a plus. Looking for someone who is friendly and willing to go the extra mile to ensure customer satisfaction.


  • Must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Must have a valid California Food Handler's Certificate.
  • Able to work effectively in a team environment and independently.
  • Employees must frequently lift and/or move up to 20 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.


  • Fun working environment
  • Great pay
  • Free shift meal
  • Opportunities for career advancement
  • Health benefits for full-time employees (30+ hours)
  • All positions receive above industry average tips on a daily basis in addition to regular wages.

If you are interested please send a RESUME. This position is available now.

If anyone has redefined contemporary street food in San Francisco, it's longtime pals Evan Kidera and Gil Payumo's Señor Sisig fusion food truck. With their special twist on a Filipino happy hour dish sisig,Señor Sisig took the portability of their favorite Mexican taqueria dishes and melded the two together to reflect their diverse palette and down-home appeal. Though sisig is traditionally made from parts of the pig's head bought from the butcher to make use of the entire pig, Señor Sisig's more palatable version uses the meatier pork shoulder.

Taken from his father's family's recipe in Pampanga, a region renowned as the "breadbasket" of the Philippines for its legacy in culinary traditions, Chef Gil marinates the pork shoulder for over 24 hours in a special blend of spices and charbroils the meat until it is packed with succulent juicy flavor. He then uses it as the base for most of the dishes. Not a pork lover? They also have an outstanding version with chicken and tofu, every bit as filling as its porky counterpart.

But how did this culinary crossover happen? Though they both met in high school in Daly City, California, and followed their own respective paths, Evan receiving his MBA at San Francisco State and Gil graduating from Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Academy, entrepreneurship and food runs deep in both of their family's bloodline and it was only a matter of time that their shared love of Filipino food would turn into a fusion rolling restaurant, with Chef Gil at the grill and Evan at the wheel.

Try it once and you'll be hooked! As Senor Sisig continues to expand, you won't have to wait too long to experience a truly unique take on a traditional Filipino delicacy. It's fast, it's fun, it's flavorful, and best of all, it's truly San Franciscan.