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Restaurant Management Recruiters, LLC specializes in one thing: The Restaurant Industry. Our laser focus ensures our ability to successfully place leaders like you in positions ranging from unit level to corporate level.
Jennifer Bryant brings deep operations and corporate human resources expertise from several of the top service organizations in the country to your search.
Following her career start in restaurant operations working within the burgeoning microbrew restaurant scene in Denver, Jennifer moved into corporate human resources with Nordstrom and later Frontier Airlines.
As any restaurateur knows well, once you're in the business, no other industry can quite compare. Jennifer's love for the energy and excitement of restaurants led her back to work with the up and coming hot concept Smashburger, where she served as Director of Human Resources.
Jennifer joined RMR in 2010 and has found a high degree of success partnering with restaurant groups around the country helping them to find the best multi-unit operators, general managers and other key management personnel.
Jennifer resides in the Santa Fe, New Mexico area and works with the city's top restaurants as well as many regional and national corporate restaurant companies.
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